Read and see photos below; The images were taken in the countryside of Terekeka, 53 miles north of Juba. The photos depict the Mundari tribe of South Sudan, who revere cows as equals and whose lifestyle revolves around cattle and cattle-herding. The tribe has a close bond with livestock, according to photographer Roberto Pazzi, 46, and each member has an estimated 10-12 cows.
Research has described humans as social creatures who usually try to communicate with other being they adore as gods. Before the introduction of Christianity and Islam, many communities worshipped other God's and their ancestors. These supernatural beings are believed to provide answers and help in times of difficulties such as natural disasters.
The Mundari Tribe of South Sudan are mostly found in the countryside of Terekeka, 50 miles North of Juba. The tribe is known to have a strong connection with animals, where each member has an estimate of 15 to 20 cows. Their culture centres around cattle and cattle-herding and they also worship cows and treat them as equal to human beings.
Africa is the gold mine of every social economic activity in the world. Ranging from historical inventory of technology to industrialization in Mesoptomia. Now a new competition in the world history is being practised in Africa. The fatting competition is gaining fame in parts of South Sudan. This competition is done after one drinks milk for five months without walking anywhere. If one wins for being the fattest, a bull is slaughtered and celebrations continues for a week. And people will really respect the
Humans are social beings, making them likely to communicate and interact with others. As social beings, this makes them less self-reliant in certain ways, hence relying on others for support, especially emotionally. Strangely sometimes, we seek this emotional support from some other beings that are not human.
They the world is full of wonders and they will never end. It is only that some of these wonders are unknown to some of us. Today we are going to look at a tribe in South Sudan with unique behavior which few people know off. As many of us think of going to the hospital to be immunized, Mundari tribe of South Sudan have unique way of fighting infection. According to Mundari tribe, cow urine bathing is a natural antiseptic way to fight infection. To largely keep themselves clean, Mundari men will squat under stream
The Mundari are cattle herders as well as fierce warriors who lives in South Sudan.They live in symbiosis relationship with their cattle and nothing is more important for them than their cows.The tribe use dung to protect themselves and their cows from mosquitos.Image credit; Dailymail According to reports by Dailymail, the tribe worship cows and treat them as equals.
The Mundari Tribe The Mundari people are a small racial group that resides in South Sudan. They primarily grow and raise yams, sorghum, and sheep. The Mundari people live in the savannahs and raise cattle. The Mandari people commonly raise cattle for commercial and domestic use, they are known for giving a lot of value to this agricultural product, it is said that they protect their cattle by shooting with weapons, and also, a man's success in life is measured by the number of cattle he has. The Mundari people
Mandari are a small ethnic group of South Sudan and part of the Karo people one of the Nilotic peoples. The group is composed of cattle-herders and agriculturalists and are part of Karo people which also includes Bari, Pojulu, Kakwa, Kuku and Nyangwara. Mundari take up wrestling as a serious hobby from a very young age. Everyday, young mundari will organise wrestling competitions and the best ones keep going at it until they are too old for it, with some clans having some countrywide heroes Amid the tumult is
Africa is one of the world's seven continents. It is rich in several minerals and crops varieties not found in other parts of the world. Its occupants have a rich culture and norms followed to the latter up to date by some tribes. One of these African tribes whose members still observe and believe in their culture despite how strange it might appear is Mundari ethnic group located in South Sudan. The group is composed of cattle herders and agriculturalists. The land occupied by members of this ethnic group,like
Cattle are treasured assets in Africa. They are a critically important daily source of food and nutrition, of much needed income, and of nitrogen-rich manure for replenishing soils and other uses. Various communities in Kenya have demonstrated their wealth basing on the number of cows they have. The Mundari Community : Photo Courtesy For instance, the Maasais are known for keeping large herds of cattle, some have gone to an extent of possessing 500 cattle. The Mundari tribe in south Sudan has its origin in