• Aboriginal people Culture life Planet Doc Full Documentaries 2

    African Tribes About, The Lost Tribes Of Africa : Isolated Tribes Of The Amazon Rainforest 2015 (Documentary) . The Himba are an ancient tribe of tall, slender and statue In 2002 there were an estimated 355 people. Now there are about 544 (2010). Their numbers had made a good recovery from an all-time low of 94 people recorded in 1954, the previous reduction in numbers due to the measles epidemic. The total population was 264 when adventurer Karl von den Steinen originally visited the area. The Kamayurá are extremely vulnerable to diseases transmitted by outsiders, as they have not developed immunity to viruses such as influenza, measles and chicken pox that most other societies have been exposed to for hundreds of years. And all have a right to their lands, under international and nation...

    published: 22 Jan 2017
  • Angola tribal peoples life in small town

    The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, rituals, ceremonies, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.

    published: 08 May 2016
  • African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies| culture | lifestyle [Part 21]

    African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies| culture | lifestyle [Part 21] =================================== ►►►►►THANKS FOR WATCHING And don't forget LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE our channel : https://goo.gl/CJUDmq ==================================== Please help me achieve 100,000 subscribers, Thank you very much! Link Sub ----https://goo.gl/CJUDmq A tribe is viewed, developmentally or historically, as a social group existing before the development of, or outside, states. A tribe is a group of distinct people, dependent on their land for their livelihood, who are largely self-sufficient, and not integrated into the national society. It is perhaps the term most readily understood and used by the general public. Stephen Corry, director of Survival International, the world's on...

    published: 06 Feb 2017
  • Tribes Of Africa African tribal rituals and ceremonies #2 Lifestyle, culture, tour to AfricaPart 1

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • 10 INSANE Marriage Rituals From Around the World

    This video shows how people celebrating their weddings. Every culture has it's own rituals. Wedding rituals and traditions vary greatly between cultures, religions, countries, and social classes. Throwing the bouquet, scandalously removing the garter, the couple's first dance, the cutting of the cake, and the life-affirming moment that the Electric Slide begins - these are all wedding traditions that most people know and love. Around the world, wedding traditions are a little bit different: Some of them are heartwarmingly romantic, and some of them are a little strange, and some of them might make you a little bit uncomfortable. Here are some of the most bizarre taboo rituals from all over the world: keywords: tribe,wedding,ritual,amazonia,national geographic,documentary,culture,hist...

    published: 03 Apr 2016
  • Indian tribal culture of north east India, Arunachal Pradesh

    The tribal culture of tribal inhabiting in the north east part of india is a rich aboriginal culture thriving through centuries. This video shows you how a festival called Kro-Chekhor is celebrated by the Sherdukpen tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. A must watch video as you will love the festival as well as the tribe. Sherdukpens are peace loving people following Buddhism for centuries. In the Kro-Chekhor festival they carry holy scripts in their backs and roam around their village to chase out bad spirits and reestablish truth and peace in the region. Its a charm to watch young girls carry the holy scripts in their backs and the young boys being their care takers through out the journey. Later the priests chants "Mantras" to call out their gods and bless the holy land and the people. The fest...

    published: 05 Sep 2016
  • Documentary African Tribal Culture: Pig slaughter and cooking ritual Dani tribe of Baliem Valley

    Documentary African Tribal Culture: Pig slaughter and cooking ritual Dani tribe of Baliem Valley: https://youtu.be/4CPPqPpIpLs

    published: 22 May 2016
  • Traditional ceremonies of African culture

    If you're planning a trip to tribes in Africa, whether on safari, volunteering, visiting ancient civilizations, backpacking or just enjoying a few days in the sun, you

    published: 26 Jun 2016
  • CULTURE, TRADITION AND TRIBAL RITUALS AND CEREMONIES-documentary

    The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.[1] Africa is so full of culture, with it not only changing from one country to another, but within a single country, many cultures can be discovered. Even though African cultures are widely diverse, it is also, when closely studied, seen to have many similarities. For example, the morals they uphold, their love and respect for their culture as well as the strong respect they hold for the aged and the important i.e. Kings and Chiefs. Africa...

    published: 02 Oct 2016
  • Upper Omo Valley : Cattle Camp Life In Suri Tribal Area Of The Upper Omo Valley

    The Suri tribe live in the Upper Omo Valley region of South-West Ethiopia. Also widely known as 'Surma' tribe, they have a cattle-centered culture, the wealth of a family mainly being measured by the number of cattle-head owned. Usually the animals are not for consumption purpose but mainly for bartering purpose, with exception to big tribal ceremonies taking place. The cattle are used for getting milk and blood, both of which they drink. At times, Suri tribe warriors prepare a mixture of cattle blood and milk for a ceremonial rite called 'Cow Bleeding', thus also serving as breakfast for most of the Suri boys and men that attend to the cattle in the cattle camps, usually a bit far out from their residential village locations.

    published: 06 Jul 2016
  • Orissa-Indian Tribes,different,fascinating,and colorful.Full HD

    -The people preseves a tribal culture. -Most of them combining Hindu Gods with Local Gods.

    published: 11 Sep 2014
  • African Ethiopia Tribes Culture, Traditions, Ritual And Ceremonies - Documentary Part 2

    This is a documentary on the beautiful Ethiopian tribes in Africa, their fascinating culture, rituals, traditions and ceremonies. There are many different people groups and tribes across the continent of Africa - with their culture varying from tribe to tribe. Africa has an estimated total of 3,000 tribes, all of which incredibly vary in terms of language and culture. Some African tribal traditions are a mystery and fascination for most of the modern world. This is just some of the fascinating African tribal traditions, culture and rituals. Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley. With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, it’s a place of ancient culture. Among its important sites are Lalibela and its 12th-13...

    published: 26 Jun 2016
  • 8 Disturbing Tribal Traditions Still Used Today

    Today, in the information age, tribal customs are widely thought to be ancient history. But, for cultures all over the world, traditions that may seem like relics of a forgotten age are still very much a part of day-to-day life. These are the eight most bizarre cultural practices still used today… The practice of these ceremonies may seem like something out of the movies, but they often serve as a stark reminder of just how diverse planet Earth is in its people, cultures, religions, and practices. Still, the practices that we observe in this modern age may seem just as bizarre to these cultures as their practices seem to us. The world truly is a mysterious place. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RotatedReality/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rotatedreality/

    published: 20 Nov 2016
  • Hmong Tribal Culture

    by Xiongmee Xiong through instruction by Professor Rev. Dr. James Kenneth Powell II, opensourcebuddhism.org. Very pleasant intro, visuals and video. The origins of the Hmong are obscure. Christian missionaries proposed they were the lost tribe of Isreal. Mountainsides of China for at least two thousand years near the yellow river, as early as 3000 BCE (seems a bit early). They migrate to Thailand and Laos to escape the Chinese. In china too, they are persecuted. Nice crips visuals. The pauses are effective. "Hmong" means "Free" known as "Miao" in China but is offensive. The provinces are named, but now, like the Jews, the Irish, they are global wanderers due to persecution. The types of Hmong are explained nicely. Exogamy and surnames are presented. One must marry outside the...

    published: 03 Mar 2011
  • Gengis Khan. Endangered Tribe | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

    This documentary tells the story of three ethnic groups which, though they inhabit the same territory, have different cultures and traditions. But with one common denominator, they are all HEIRS OF GENGHIS KHAN. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Documentary "Heirs of Genghis Khan" http://pdoc.es/GenghisKhanPl 800 years ago, this man, called Timuyin and better known as Genghis Khan, “The King of the Universe”, managed to create the largest empire ever known in the history of humanity. It all begin in the year 1190 when Genghis Khan managed to bring together the different nomadic tribes of Mongolia in a single, powerful army of 200,000 men. This, and his undoubted military genius, enabled him to conquer vast territories, stretc...

    published: 20 Jan 2015
  • CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

    For Joseph,Respect.Written,produced and arranged by Joseph HILL. Joseph Hill, vocals and percussion Albert Walker, vocals Ire'land Malomo, vocals Performed by Dub Mystic Dean 'Digital' Pond, drums Anthony 'Lion' Arthur, bass Ricky 'Swann' Richardson, guitars Noel 'Barry' Aikens, keyboards Also featuring ...

    published: 05 Nov 2012
  • Illusions: A Tribal Fusion Mix

    Tracklist: 0:00 - Bahramji & Maneesh de Moor - Return Of The Nightingale 10:47 - Silent - Ganges 15:10 - Mosavo - Mystic Caravan 19:33 - Connect.Ohm - Evolution 1-1 27:24 - E-Mantra -Since You Were Gone - Feat. Athena Etana 30:31 - Bahramji and Mashti - About God 35:32 - Desert Dwellers - Monsoon Dub 40:46 - Kaya Project ft. Omar Faruk Tekbilek - Eye of the Storm 45:12 - Bombay Dub Orchestra - The Orange Terrace 50:20 - Cambis & Florzinho ft.Sina - Aman Aman ( Euphonic Traveller remix ) 55:05 - Nada - Earthgarden

    published: 20 May 2017
  • Bangladeshi Tradition Tribal Culture Boishabi at Bandarban

    Bangladeshi Tradition Tribal Culture Boishabi at Bandarban Overview Bangladesh Bangladesh Life Happens Here.mov

    published: 13 Sep 2016
  • A Tribe from Laos | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

    In the north of Laos, dawn breaks over the mountains of Annam and the banks of the Mekong River, near vietnam. Here live the ekor tribe ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ CULTURE DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/CultureDocs Salaebe is where Bojam and Bunseng live. They belong to the Ekor tribe. As soon as he wakes, the head of the family prepares a pipe to help him face the new day. In this laos village, the tradition is that men can smoke opium if they have fathered children and if they are over forty. Bunseng has done his bit and has 5 children. Bojam, his wife, is very busy. I think that broom should have a longer handle. After sweeping up, she has to fetch some water. This is real spring water and the women stock up by filling...

    published: 24 Mar 2015
  • Asmat tribe Papua The Famous Primitive Culture In Indonesia

    Asmat tribe known as the result of a unique wood carvings. Asmat population is divided into two, namely those living in coastal areas and those living in the hinterland. the two populations are mutually different from each other in the ways of living, and social structure of coastal ritual.populasi further divided into two parts, namely Bisman tribes who were among the rivers and streams sinesty nin and spare Shimei There is much disagreement among the Asmat village. The most horrible is the way the Asmat tribe used to kill his enemy. when the enemy killed, his corpse was brought kekampung, then cut and distributed to all residents to eat together. they sing the song of death and cut off his head. his brain wrapped and baked sago leaves and then eaten.

    published: 15 May 2016
  • Manipur's rich tribal culture

    Saint Augustine once said that "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page". Now, if journeys are substantiated by the people you meet along the way, Manipur is a delight! There's a unique community with their own cultural practices at every turn in this northeastern state. Watch full show: http://goodtimes.ndtv.com/videos/manipur-s-rich-tribal-culture-398202 Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube

    published: 11 Jan 2016
  • Beautiful Mountain/ Tribal Village Of Bangladesh

    Location used for this video: Nilachal, Nilgiri Mountain, Chimbul Hill, Sangu River, Bandarban City, Milanchari, Meghna & so on of Bandarban District. Sajek Valley, Kachalong River, Bhaghaichari of Rangamati District, And various places of Khagrachari District. Music: Amazing Grace by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/

    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

    Joseph Hill - Lead Vocals and Percussion Albert Walker - Vocals Ire'Lano Malomo - Vocals PERFORMED BY DUB MYSTIC Dean 'Digital' Pond - Drums Anthony 'Lion' Arthur - Bass Ricky 'Swann' Richardson - Guitars Noel 'Barry' Aikens - Keyboards ALSO FEATURING Dean Fraser - Sax Chico - Trumpet Nambo - Trombone Vin Gordon - Trombone Harry T - Percussion Tony 'Asher' Brisset - Keyboards Recorded at Mixing Lab, Kingston, JA Engineered by Fathead Mixed at Lion & Fox by Jim Fox Songs written, produced and arranged by Joseph Hill

    published: 27 Mar 2012
  • MEETING TRIBAL CULTURE DANCING IN AFRICA

    published: 18 May 2016
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Aboriginal people Culture life   Planet Doc Full Documentaries 2

Aboriginal people Culture life Planet Doc Full Documentaries 2

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African Tribes About, The Lost Tribes Of Africa : Isolated Tribes Of The Amazon Rainforest 2015 (Documentary) . The Himba are an ancient tribe of tall, slender and statue In 2002 there were an estimated 355 people. Now there are about 544 (2010). Their numbers had made a good recovery from an all-time low of 94 people recorded in 1954, the previous reduction in numbers due to the measles epidemic. The total population was 264 when adventurer Karl von den Steinen originally visited the area. The Kamayurá are extremely vulnerable to diseases transmitted by outsiders, as they have not developed immunity to viruses such as influenza, measles and chicken pox that most other societies have been exposed to for hundreds of years. And all have a right to their lands, under international and national law. The fact that they remain isolated does not mean that they remain undiscovered or unchanged. Most are already known of and, however isolated, all constantly adapt to their changing circumstances, they are not ‘backward’ for their lack of ‘industrialised’ technology, material goods or formal education. see more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCub8d8xuuIJrM5hxCjIeIQ
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Angola tribal peoples life in small town

Angola tribal peoples life in small town

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The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, rituals, ceremonies, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies| culture | lifestyle  [Part 21]

African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies| culture | lifestyle [Part 21]

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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies| culture | lifestyle [Part 21] =================================== ►►►►►THANKS FOR WATCHING And don't forget LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE our channel : https://goo.gl/CJUDmq ==================================== Please help me achieve 100,000 subscribers, Thank you very much! Link Sub ----https://goo.gl/CJUDmq A tribe is viewed, developmentally or historically, as a social group existing before the development of, or outside, states. A tribe is a group of distinct people, dependent on their land for their livelihood, who are largely self-sufficient, and not integrated into the national society. It is perhaps the term most readily understood and used by the general public. Stephen Corry, director of Survival International, the world's only organisation dedicated to indigenous rights, has defined tribal people as "those which have followed ways of life for many generations that are largely self-sufficient, and are clearly different from the mainstream and dominant society". This definition, however, would not apply in countries in the Middle East such as Iraq, where the entire population is a member of one tribe or another and therefore tribalism itself is dominant and mainstream. There are an estimated one hundred and fifty million tribal individuals worldwide, constituting around forty percent of indigenous individuals. However, although nearly all tribal people are also indigenous, there are some who are not indigenous to the areas where they live now. It is important to make the distinction between tribal and indigenous because tribal peoples have a special status acknowledged in international law as well as problems in addition to those faced by the wider category of indigenous peoples. Many people used the term "tribal society" to refer to societies organized largely on the basis of social, especially familial, descent groups (see clan and kinship). A customary tribe in these terms is a face-to-face community, relatively bound by kinship relations, reciprocal exchange, and strong ties to place. In some places, such as India and North America, tribes are polities that have been granted legal recognition and limited autonomy by the state. I do not own the copyright for this material Audiovisual content administered by Manufacturer. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor: (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Tribes Of Africa   African tribal rituals and ceremonies #2 Lifestyle, culture, tour to AfricaPart 1

Tribes Of Africa African tribal rituals and ceremonies #2 Lifestyle, culture, tour to AfricaPart 1

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10 INSANE Marriage Rituals From Around the World

10 INSANE Marriage Rituals From Around the World

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This video shows how people celebrating their weddings. Every culture has it's own rituals. Wedding rituals and traditions vary greatly between cultures, religions, countries, and social classes. Throwing the bouquet, scandalously removing the garter, the couple's first dance, the cutting of the cake, and the life-affirming moment that the Electric Slide begins - these are all wedding traditions that most people know and love. Around the world, wedding traditions are a little bit different: Some of them are heartwarmingly romantic, and some of them are a little strange, and some of them might make you a little bit uncomfortable. Here are some of the most bizarre taboo rituals from all over the world: keywords: tribe,wedding,ritual,amazonia,national geographic,documentary,culture,history,expedition,amazonic indians,aboriginal,marriage ********************************** Join the Club! SUBSCRIBE Today! New videos every day SUBSCRIBE Here: https://goo.gl/oFPRLw FOLLOW us on FACEBOOK: COMMING SOON FOLLOW us on TWITTER: COMMING SOON Visit our SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JerBrill?ref=hdr_shop_menu ********************************** Please help our channel grow by giving LIKES, sharing with friends and circles, adding comments and watching our videos. Thanks for watching everyone. ********************************** Interested in every kind of subject? Looking for cool top 10 lists? Then mo10ta is your what you were searching for! We make top ten lists from every kind of subjects like funny cats, interesting medical conditions or amazing touristic places. We want to keep you up to date to the worlds most interesting subjects. If you love top 10 list as much as we do, you should definietly subscribe.
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Indian tribal culture of north east India, Arunachal Pradesh

Indian tribal culture of north east India, Arunachal Pradesh

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2016
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The tribal culture of tribal inhabiting in the north east part of india is a rich aboriginal culture thriving through centuries. This video shows you how a festival called Kro-Chekhor is celebrated by the Sherdukpen tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. A must watch video as you will love the festival as well as the tribe. Sherdukpens are peace loving people following Buddhism for centuries. In the Kro-Chekhor festival they carry holy scripts in their backs and roam around their village to chase out bad spirits and reestablish truth and peace in the region. Its a charm to watch young girls carry the holy scripts in their backs and the young boys being their care takers through out the journey. Later the priests chants "Mantras" to call out their gods and bless the holy land and the people. The festival is carried out day long ending with schematic fight between two groups one portraying good spirits and the other group portraying bad spirits.
https://wn.com/Indian_Tribal_Culture_Of_North_East_India,_Arunachal_Pradesh
Documentary African Tribal Culture: Pig slaughter and cooking ritual Dani tribe of Baliem Valley

Documentary African Tribal Culture: Pig slaughter and cooking ritual Dani tribe of Baliem Valley

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Documentary African Tribal Culture: Pig slaughter and cooking ritual Dani tribe of Baliem Valley: https://youtu.be/4CPPqPpIpLs
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Traditional ceremonies of African culture

Traditional ceremonies of African culture

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If you're planning a trip to tribes in Africa, whether on safari, volunteering, visiting ancient civilizations, backpacking or just enjoying a few days in the sun, you
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CULTURE, TRADITION AND TRIBAL RITUALS AND CEREMONIES-documentary

CULTURE, TRADITION AND TRIBAL RITUALS AND CEREMONIES-documentary

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The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.[1] Africa is so full of culture, with it not only changing from one country to another, but within a single country, many cultures can be discovered. Even though African cultures are widely diverse, it is also, when closely studied, seen to have many similarities. For example, the morals they uphold, their love and respect for their culture as well as the strong respect they hold for the aged and the important i.e. Kings and Chiefs. Africa has influenced and been influenced by other countries. This can be portrayed in the willingness to adapt to the ever changing modern world rather than staying rooted to their static culture. The Westernized few, persuaded by European culture and Christianity, first denied African traditional culture, but with the increase of African nationalism, a cultural recovery occurred. The governments of most African nations encourage national dance and music groups, museums, and to a lower degree, artists and writers.
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Upper Omo Valley : Cattle Camp Life In Suri Tribal Area Of The Upper Omo Valley

Upper Omo Valley : Cattle Camp Life In Suri Tribal Area Of The Upper Omo Valley

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2016
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The Suri tribe live in the Upper Omo Valley region of South-West Ethiopia. Also widely known as 'Surma' tribe, they have a cattle-centered culture, the wealth of a family mainly being measured by the number of cattle-head owned. Usually the animals are not for consumption purpose but mainly for bartering purpose, with exception to big tribal ceremonies taking place. The cattle are used for getting milk and blood, both of which they drink. At times, Suri tribe warriors prepare a mixture of cattle blood and milk for a ceremonial rite called 'Cow Bleeding', thus also serving as breakfast for most of the Suri boys and men that attend to the cattle in the cattle camps, usually a bit far out from their residential village locations.
https://wn.com/Upper_Omo_Valley_Cattle_Camp_Life_In_Suri_Tribal_Area_Of_The_Upper_Omo_Valley
Orissa-Indian Tribes,different,fascinating,and colorful.Full HD

Orissa-Indian Tribes,different,fascinating,and colorful.Full HD

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-The people preseves a tribal culture. -Most of them combining Hindu Gods with Local Gods.
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African Ethiopia Tribes Culture, Traditions, Ritual And Ceremonies - Documentary Part 2

African Ethiopia Tribes Culture, Traditions, Ritual And Ceremonies - Documentary Part 2

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2016
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This is a documentary on the beautiful Ethiopian tribes in Africa, their fascinating culture, rituals, traditions and ceremonies. There are many different people groups and tribes across the continent of Africa - with their culture varying from tribe to tribe. Africa has an estimated total of 3,000 tribes, all of which incredibly vary in terms of language and culture. Some African tribal traditions are a mystery and fascination for most of the modern world. This is just some of the fascinating African tribal traditions, culture and rituals. Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley. With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, it’s a place of ancient culture. Among its important sites are Lalibela and its 12th-13th century rock-cut Christian churches, and Aksum, the ruins of an ancient city with obelisks, tombs, castles and Our Lady Mary of Zion church.
https://wn.com/African_Ethiopia_Tribes_Culture,_Traditions,_Ritual_And_Ceremonies_Documentary_Part_2
8 Disturbing Tribal Traditions Still Used Today

8 Disturbing Tribal Traditions Still Used Today

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2016
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Today, in the information age, tribal customs are widely thought to be ancient history. But, for cultures all over the world, traditions that may seem like relics of a forgotten age are still very much a part of day-to-day life. These are the eight most bizarre cultural practices still used today… The practice of these ceremonies may seem like something out of the movies, but they often serve as a stark reminder of just how diverse planet Earth is in its people, cultures, religions, and practices. Still, the practices that we observe in this modern age may seem just as bizarre to these cultures as their practices seem to us. The world truly is a mysterious place. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RotatedReality/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rotatedreality/
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Hmong Tribal Culture

Hmong Tribal Culture

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by Xiongmee Xiong through instruction by Professor Rev. Dr. James Kenneth Powell II, opensourcebuddhism.org. Very pleasant intro, visuals and video. The origins of the Hmong are obscure. Christian missionaries proposed they were the lost tribe of Isreal. Mountainsides of China for at least two thousand years near the yellow river, as early as 3000 BCE (seems a bit early). They migrate to Thailand and Laos to escape the Chinese. In china too, they are persecuted. Nice crips visuals. The pauses are effective. "Hmong" means "Free" known as "Miao" in China but is offensive. The provinces are named, but now, like the Jews, the Irish, they are global wanderers due to persecution. The types of Hmong are explained nicely. Exogamy and surnames are presented. One must marry outside their surnamed family. Shamanism emerges. Everything has a spirit, continuous circle birth and rebirth. The spiritual coexists with the physical -- ancestral, nature, evil spirits abound. Fantastic video of the shaman. He heals sickness...sometimes it is loneliness and depression. The black cloth enables communication with the spirits. Pleasing ancestral spirits, they will bring good spirits to the families. The afterlife makes funerals sacred. The qeej is a guidance for the soul to go to the right direction so they can reincarnate properly. The Secret War brought them to America. Fantastic video again. We hear of Veng Pao the general. Nice to see him in action. Heard much of him in Madison. They tried to name a school after him. I attended that school board meeting. Some bad guys painted him as a drug smuggler/murderer and it got shot down. I see him as a great hero myself. Terrible sad photos. Kids behind barbed wire....more camps exposed. One family per room. Eight or more families per house. From 1975, the US finally pays its debt and helps the Hmong. California, and Wisconsin are lucky enough to receive these unique peoples.
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Gengis Khan. Endangered Tribe | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

Gengis Khan. Endangered Tribe | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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This documentary tells the story of three ethnic groups which, though they inhabit the same territory, have different cultures and traditions. But with one common denominator, they are all HEIRS OF GENGHIS KHAN. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Documentary "Heirs of Genghis Khan" http://pdoc.es/GenghisKhanPl 800 years ago, this man, called Timuyin and better known as Genghis Khan, “The King of the Universe”, managed to create the largest empire ever known in the history of humanity. It all begin in the year 1190 when Genghis Khan managed to bring together the different nomadic tribes of Mongolia in a single, powerful army of 200,000 men. This, and his undoubted military genius, enabled him to conquer vast territories, stretching from the Pacific to the heart of Europe, and from northern Siberia to India, Iran and Turkey. With the end of the Khan dynasty, a series of civil wars threw the country into confusion, until, in 1578, Buddhism was established as the form of government, under the leadership of Altan Khaan. Two centuries later, Mongolia came under Chinese control, until 1924 when, with the creation of the soviet bloc, the country converted to communism and became a satellite of the USSR. With the arrival of the Russians, Mongolia underwent rapid changes, modernising and industrialising. But with the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, and the consequent disintegration of the Soviet bloc, the Russians left just as quickly as they had arrived, and overnight Mongolia was completely paralysed, suffering political and economic collapse from which it has still far from recovered. Since then, the city has rapidly deteriorated, and its inhabitants struggle to survive as best they can. The Gobi is an extreme, arid desert, covering a third of Mongolia. With temperatures of up to 50 degrees centigrade in summer, which generally fall to 40 degrees below zero in winter, life in the Gobi is harsh and difficult. he Tansendarya live in a camp composed of four gers, the traditional shelter perfectly adapted to the needs of nomadic life. For them, the horse represents much more than simply an animal used for transport and carrying goods, which they began to tame 4,000 years before Christ. Small, fibrous, and incredibly resistant, with strength greatly out of proportion to their size, these horses were key in enabling Genghis Khan to create such a powerful army. While it is still summer in the lowlands, up in the valleys of the Dorkhod Sayani mountains autumn arrived several weeks ago, suddenly and without warning. This is the home of the Tsaatan, one of the smallest and least well-known tribes in Asia. The life of the Tsaatan has never been easy, but since the arrival of communism, part of their culture, traditions and daily life have been destroyed. The herds of reindeer, which had belonged to them since time immemorial, became state property. The Mongolian government accuses them of sexual relations between cousins, brothers and sisters, and even parents and their children. The Tsaatan, which literally means “the reindeer people”, are an ethnic group originating in Russian Siberia, with their own language whose origin lies in Turkey. In the Altai range, winter has arrived with even greater force than normal, and at the start of October a thick layer of snow already covers the mountains. Though we are still in Mongolia, the majority of the people who live in this region are of Kazakh origin. Like the Mongol nomads, they too live in gers, but theirs are considerably bigger and much better decorated. Nothing could be more exciting and enjoyable for a Kazakh from the mountains than to go out hunting with his eagle. These hunters always use female golden eagles, which they consider to be much more aggressive than the males. The Kazakhs use nets to trap eagles when they have just eaten and so are unable to fly. For the first month, they are kept inside the ger, to accustom them to the sounds and smells. Then, for several weeks, they are trained so they maintain their balance on the arm of the rider as he gallops along. Finally, and most difficult of all, they are trained to return to their master after they have been released. From the time they are caught, they always remain close by him, even sleeping at his side. Today, and because they are isolated by the Altai mountains and the river Hovd, these hunters have been able to preserve their language, their cultural traditions, and their identity as Kazakhs. And that is the story of three ethnic groups that live in a world of constant movement, struggling to preserve their most valuable treasure, their culture, which, little by little, is being wiped out by a society engaged in a headlong rush towards globalisation. ▶ SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc ▶ FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs ▶ FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶ TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc
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CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

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For Joseph,Respect.Written,produced and arranged by Joseph HILL. Joseph Hill, vocals and percussion Albert Walker, vocals Ire'land Malomo, vocals Performed by Dub Mystic Dean 'Digital' Pond, drums Anthony 'Lion' Arthur, bass Ricky 'Swann' Richardson, guitars Noel 'Barry' Aikens, keyboards Also featuring Dean Fraser, sax Chico, trumpet Nambo Robinson, trombone Vin Gordon, trombone Harry T, percussion Tony 'Asher' Brisset, keyboards Recorded at Mixing Lab, Kingston, Jamaica Engineered by Fathead Mixed at Lion and Fox Studio, Washington, D.C. Engineered by Jim Fox TRIBAL WAR Tribal war can't solve the problem Tribal war can't solve it at all Just the other day I forward down a river side Nuh fi go check Granny a scrub some clothes As she smoke up her herb in her little chalk pipe She say "Chah, not even the soap nah sudd again" The other day I saw a ladies war They were planning to march up to such house They said they're not getting any justice in the kitchen So they plan to make a big war with their big spoon I said ladies where are you going They said I'm going to stand up and fight for my rights Another time I saw a youth man With an M-16 just lying on his back I said youth man tell me where are you going He said "I'm going to stand up and fight for my rights" We should live in love War can't do a thing The arms of gun is helpless Fathers against son Countries against countries What we need is love
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Illusions: A Tribal Fusion Mix

Illusions: A Tribal Fusion Mix

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Tracklist: 0:00 - Bahramji & Maneesh de Moor - Return Of The Nightingale 10:47 - Silent - Ganges 15:10 - Mosavo - Mystic Caravan 19:33 - Connect.Ohm - Evolution 1-1 27:24 - E-Mantra -Since You Were Gone - Feat. Athena Etana 30:31 - Bahramji and Mashti - About God 35:32 - Desert Dwellers - Monsoon Dub 40:46 - Kaya Project ft. Omar Faruk Tekbilek - Eye of the Storm 45:12 - Bombay Dub Orchestra - The Orange Terrace 50:20 - Cambis & Florzinho ft.Sina - Aman Aman ( Euphonic Traveller remix ) 55:05 - Nada - Earthgarden
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Bangladeshi Tradition Tribal Culture  Boishabi at Bandarban

Bangladeshi Tradition Tribal Culture Boishabi at Bandarban

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2016
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A Tribe from Laos | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

A Tribe from Laos | Culture - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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In the north of Laos, dawn breaks over the mountains of Annam and the banks of the Mekong River, near vietnam. Here live the ekor tribe ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ CULTURE DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/CultureDocs Salaebe is where Bojam and Bunseng live. They belong to the Ekor tribe. As soon as he wakes, the head of the family prepares a pipe to help him face the new day. In this laos village, the tradition is that men can smoke opium if they have fathered children and if they are over forty. Bunseng has done his bit and has 5 children. Bojam, his wife, is very busy. I think that broom should have a longer handle. After sweeping up, she has to fetch some water. This is real spring water and the women stock up by filling these enormous bamboo canes. The chores of fetching water and washing take up half the morning. This woman walks almost 2 miles to the village twice a day carrying more than 100 lbs on her back. Even so, most of their time is spent grinding rice, which is their basic food. And they seem to enjoy doing it. It’s February 5th today in Laos, their New Year´s day, so they’ll color the rice red, green and yellow. Then they’ll prepare special cakes and rice liquor. The women grind rice and the men smoke. They’re waiting for the first rains to arrive, so they have to get the fields ready to plant the rice. Goodness! There’s a man actually working! The Ekor tribe treat their forests with great respect. They only cut the amount of firewood they need for cooking and keeping themselves warm. Everyone keeps on working. And when they finish, each person puts a leaf into her mouth and then they all play a sonata to the forest to thank it for its generosity. These are some girls. SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs CULTURE DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/CultureDocs FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
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Asmat tribe Papua The Famous Primitive Culture In Indonesia

Asmat tribe Papua The Famous Primitive Culture In Indonesia

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Asmat tribe known as the result of a unique wood carvings. Asmat population is divided into two, namely those living in coastal areas and those living in the hinterland. the two populations are mutually different from each other in the ways of living, and social structure of coastal ritual.populasi further divided into two parts, namely Bisman tribes who were among the rivers and streams sinesty nin and spare Shimei There is much disagreement among the Asmat village. The most horrible is the way the Asmat tribe used to kill his enemy. when the enemy killed, his corpse was brought kekampung, then cut and distributed to all residents to eat together. they sing the song of death and cut off his head. his brain wrapped and baked sago leaves and then eaten.
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Manipur's rich tribal culture

Manipur's rich tribal culture

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Saint Augustine once said that "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page". Now, if journeys are substantiated by the people you meet along the way, Manipur is a delight! There's a unique community with their own cultural practices at every turn in this northeastern state. Watch full show: http://goodtimes.ndtv.com/videos/manipur-s-rich-tribal-culture-398202 Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube
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Beautiful Mountain/ Tribal Village Of Bangladesh

Beautiful Mountain/ Tribal Village Of Bangladesh

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Location used for this video: Nilachal, Nilgiri Mountain, Chimbul Hill, Sangu River, Bandarban City, Milanchari, Meghna & so on of Bandarban District. Sajek Valley, Kachalong River, Bhaghaichari of Rangamati District, And various places of Khagrachari District. Music: Amazing Grace by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

CULTURE - Tribal War (One Stone)

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Joseph Hill - Lead Vocals and Percussion Albert Walker - Vocals Ire'Lano Malomo - Vocals PERFORMED BY DUB MYSTIC Dean 'Digital' Pond - Drums Anthony 'Lion' Arthur - Bass Ricky 'Swann' Richardson - Guitars Noel 'Barry' Aikens - Keyboards ALSO FEATURING Dean Fraser - Sax Chico - Trumpet Nambo - Trombone Vin Gordon - Trombone Harry T - Percussion Tony 'Asher' Brisset - Keyboards Recorded at Mixing Lab, Kingston, JA Engineered by Fathead Mixed at Lion & Fox by Jim Fox Songs written, produced and arranged by Joseph Hill
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MEETING TRIBAL CULTURE  DANCING IN AFRICA

MEETING TRIBAL CULTURE DANCING IN AFRICA

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  • Updated: 18 May 2016
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