KANGI


Story

Rabari are seminomadic tribes that move between Gujarat and Rajasthan with their cattle. During the dry season they move in search of water and vegetation, while they return to their native villages with the arrival of the monsoons. It is a pastoral community that breeds sheeps, goats, buffaloes or camels and lives mainly thanks to the sale of milk and butter. While women and children organize the camp, men graze the livestock all day long. Rabari are very hospitable people and I spent wonderful days with their tribes where I went to control the camels with Kangi. Kangi was very nice to me and wanted me to taste the freshly milked camel milk.. It was very hard to convince him I could not drink it!

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