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# Dewangans basically belongs to the chattisgarh state of India
 
# Dewangans basically belongs to the chattisgarh state of India
 
# Maa Parmeshwari is considered to be Kul Devi, or godess for Dewangan society
 
# Maa Parmeshwari is considered to be Kul Devi, or godess for Dewangan society

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  1. Dewangans basically belongs to the chattisgarh state of India
  2. Maa Parmeshwari is considered to be Kul Devi, or godess for Dewangan society
  3. Still alot of dewangans are in fabric/textile business..production as well as sale
  4. Largest amount of Kosa silk is made in chattisgarh(Bilaspur Area)by dewangans



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