Sole prints of 180 Telis (93 males and 87 females were analysed for the presence of patterns on the Hallucal distal hypothenar and II, III, IV interdigital areas to indicate the bimanual bisexual and interpopulation differences. The most common configuration in the hallucal area is the loop in both the sexes of Telis of Chhattisgarh. The second and fourth. interdigital areas are usually devoid of patterns. The highest incidence of patterns is recorded in the third interdigital area. Patterns occur more frequently on the distal hypothenar area than in the proximal hypothenar area.
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Chakravarty and Singhrol (1991). Frequency Of Patterns On The Plantar Configurational Areas Of The Distal Sole Among Telis Of Chhattisgarh. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 4(1), pp.1-9.