In Indian society the tribal culture has its own significance. Their livelihood practices are intimately associated with nature environmental resources and supernatural agencies. The traditional health care system of the tribal people are associated with their indigenous knowledge, ethno-ecology and oral tradition. The concerned people have a strong faith on the benevolent and malevolent deities, supernatural agencies and co-related health issues and misfortunes. In their society traditional healers plays a very crucial role and the people are very much psychologically depended upon them. Thus in the tribal societies health-disease and treatment are deeply inter-related to one another and the traditional health care system is an integral part of their cultural tradition.