This series of exploitation resulted in a number of reactionary movements against the Hindus, the Christians and the British, like The Revolt of the Gonds (1819), Chero disturbances in Chotanagpur (1820) and Khond
resistance to the abolition of Meriah sacrifice (1830) (20).
 observed the highest frequency of whorls (47.07%) in males and loops (60%) in females among the Khond
community of Andhra Pradesh; Narahari and Padmaja  presented fingerprint data on Bondos of Malkangiri district of Orissa (India).
The chloroform extracts of the root, stem, leaf, inflorescence and fruit had provided the solute in the range of 1-4.5% which was well within the range exhibited by the medicinal plants of Indian origin as reported by Khond
It houses a significant and growing collection of the tribal and village arts of India, particularly those from the Khond
tribes and arts from the Karnataka region.
In the Khond
community, the elderly often have the role of looking after little children while the parental generation works in the field.
A few years ago in India, for example, the indigenous Bhagata, Khond
, Konda Reddi, and Samantha communities found themselves targeted by foreign companies interested in the bauxite (aluminum ore) deposits on their lands.