India is the second most populated country in the world. It is the land of diversity. The Denotified and Nomadic Tribes are such communities, which are invisible and are still out of census list even after 65 years of independence of India. Majority of the Denotified & Nomadic Tribes (DNTs) are deprived of fundamental human needs like food and shelter. They lack the basic documentation such as proof of nationality, records of their existence and therefore are unable to access government schemes and welfare policies. The atrocities and violence against them are common. These are the most marginalized, neglected, scattered and excluded communities of India today. This book explores these invisible and unheard communities of India. The interrelation of what freedom fights in colonial rule costed to these communities for generations. This book reveals the issues of "Paradhis", one of the Denotified Tribes in India.