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Ethiopian tribe held photographer and his daughter at gunpoint

Photographer Trevor Cole, 64, said one tribesman pointed a Kalashnikov while another brandished a machete at him, his daughter, 20, and another photographer during a visit to the Omo Valley.

Ethiopian Omo Valley tribes and their body art

The tribal people of the Omo River Valley in Ethiopia are famous for the way they decorate their bodies. Sadly their way of life is threatened by the Gibe III Dam.

Photographer captures three unique tribes in Tanzania

Romanian adventurer Vlad Cioplea, 30, went to Tanzania to spend time with the Maasai, Bushman and Tatoga tribes and has shared his spectacular images from his stay.

The Native People of Brazil - ◦ ◦ ◇ ◈ ◈ ▲ NEW CROP ▲ ◈ ◈ ◇ ◦ ◦

The bright and beautiful natives of Brazil. In 2007 the National Indian Foundation or FUNAI (a Brazilian governmental protection agency for Indian interests and their culture) reported that it had confirmed the presence of 67 different un-contacted tribes in Brazil. Brazil Read on! →

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Indian #art and #culture are enriched by its tribal people who have traditionally inhabited the forests, hills and deserts of this vast country. Read more on India’s 5 #tribal painting traditions that go back thousands of years: https://30stades.com/2022/05/29/indias-5-tribal-painting-traditions-warli-gond-saura-sohrai-khovar-pithora/ #Warli #Gond #paintings
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This oversized hand made painting is a one of a kind intricate depiction of social life of tribal people in India These set of 4 paintings that are hand-painted using acrylic paints on stretched canvas.
Bright and loud colors have been used in it as the people of Rajasthan love bright and colorful ghagra choli. The embroidery used is called 'Zardozi' which is a metallic embroidery work that involves making elaborate designs, using gold and silver threads. The motifs used in this design are both geometrical and animals to show the royalty and wealth of the place. The faces painted on the bottom of ghagra symbolize the tribal people of Rajasthan with turban and moustache, ghunghat and traditional