Member of a seminomadic people of Dravidian origin, living in NW India and numbering about 4 million. They are hunter-gatherers and also practice shifting cultivation. The Bhili language belongs to the Indo-European family, as does Gujarati, which is also spoken by the Bhil. Their religion is Hinduism.
Bihari / bɪhɑːri /
The Indic language spoken in Bihar (and by some people in Pakistan and Bangladesh).
Member of a N Indian people, also living in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan, and numbering over 40 million. The Bihari are mainly Muslim. The Bihari language is related to Hindi and has several widely varying dialects. It belongs to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family. Many Bihari were massacred during the formation of Bangladesh, which they opposed.
Hindoo / hɪnduː /
Chiefly British usually disparaging; a dark-skinned foreigner; especially; one from the Middle East or Far East