Like other Oriya castes, the Kurumos are particular with regard to the observation of various vratams (fasts).
The funeral pyre is generally prepared by an Oriya washerman.
This is woven from the fibre of the ringa (Oriya sītkodai gotsho).
Their language is Halba, which is easily understood by those who speak Oriya.
By the Mattiyas, and other Oriya castes, the ghorojavai (house son-in-law) custom is practiced.
Just then an Oriya servant of the Muslim had visited Katak in disguise.
They have house-names like other Telugus, and their females do not wear brass bangles, as low-caste Oriya women do.
In their marriage ceremonies, they conform to the Telugu type, with certain variations adopted from the Oriya ceremonial.
Oriya or Oodra is the language of the districts of Ganjam and Orissa.
On the following day, he took her to an Oriya trader, who thrashed her, in order to make her confess to the theft.