The tribals are going through a crucial phase of identity crisis. Their very existence is being questioned today. They have their houses but the land on which they build it is not their own; they live in the forest but every tree in it belongs to the government; a river flows through their area, but its water is poisoned and therefore undrinkable. Uprooted from their own land and neglected by the government these tribals are unwillingly forced to move to towns in search of a dignified lifestyle, but in return they pay a heavy price for doing so. They have to give up their cultural identity in order to fit into the society.