After being organised into a state, tribal societies gradually got divided into social unequal classes. the leading families joined the ruling class while the others joined the lower jatis

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The society came to be divided into varnas or castes in the Vedic culture. For many years, the Adivasis lived cut off from rest of the society. Their secluded lives led to the preservation of their social, cultural and religious practices. But after being organized into a state, the tribal societies started living together interwoven in nature as they all knew the condition of being cut off from the society. They have no castes or scheduled tribes thought they come from vastly different backgrounds.They are still egalitarian and believe in sharing all their resources equally. Widow remarriage is also encouraged and the position of the ruler is not hereditary.