India has given shelter to a large number of tribal people with diverse cultural and biological identity in diverse environmental and geographical conditions. The fact that tribal people need special attention can be observed from their low social, economic and participatory indicators. The book provides interesting informative material concerning anthropological, socio-economic and constitutional aspects of tribals. Further, this book is divided into seven chapters. This book is an out of an in-depth comparative study of tribal farmers’ socio-economic conditions of two states i.e. Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. This book will interest a range of readers including academicians, researchers, planners, policy makers, administrators and change agents for transforming an agricultural based tribal society.