Master snake and rodent catchers, that is the thing that makes the Irula trbes of South India uncommon. With a population of roughly 3,00,000, the Irulas inhabits parts of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala. Moreover, the Irulas are the second largest tribe in Kerala and is usually seen within the district of Palakkad. So, once you are on a vacation in Kerala to enjoy the sprawling hues of the Nilgiri Mountains and cruise down the sparkling backwaters of Alleppey, only for each day steer to Palakkad. What to experience? The Irulas are largely hooked into agricultural products like paddy, ragi, dhal, plantains, chilies, and turmeric. Further, the main attraction remains their varied ritual performances. Though most of them are Hindus they still believe worshiping their own diety, Irulas also are known to be familiar with white and sorcery.