A Unique, Quaint and Peculiar Indian Rabari community for You, Foreign TV Channels and Media….

A Unique, Quaint and Peculiar Indian Rabari community for You, Foreign TV Channels and Media….

Goingindiaa is always working very hard to show unique, quaint and peculiar people, culture, traditions, ritual and lifestyle etc to the world. This time we are inviting you, foreign TV channels and other media to come down India for a unique and fantastic shoot about Indian Rabari Community. This rehabilitation society has not been able to change the time since the human settlement. Rebari is spread across the whole of India! Especially in North, Pashwim and Central India! But since the beginning of the main occupation of animal husbandry and a nomadic life (illusory).

Places to be cover during shoot:    Poni ki Bagli, Makroda, Sirohi, Viroli & Mundara Mata Ji.

During my recent trip to Rajasthan, I found this interesting community who :

  • Travel in group and take their animals (camel, cows, goat and sheep) with them.
  • They travel 50 to 80 Km per day during summer time and cover 3000-4000 Km.
  • How they survive and arrange their food during travel, this will be very interesting to find out.

I am very keen to show this very interesting, fantastic and unique rich and old culture to the world. This caste is innocent and the habitation of the god dwells in it, or as a descendant of God, it is also known as Devi’s name!

They have a caste council called Nyat that controls matters related to their community. The Rabari social organization is characterized by the clan system, locally called Ataks. In Rajasthan the Rabari wear colourful dresses, while the Gujarati Rabari prefers white garments. They are good at the traditional art of cloth embroidery. They marry within their community. The Rabari tend sheep, goats and camels. Most of the Rabari are vegetarian while some are non-vegetarian; their everyday diet consists of homemade bread of millet or wheat and jowar. Child marriage is common; however adult marriages are also performed through negotiation. Remarriage is permitted for both the widow and widower. They maintain only putative kinship with others. The Rabari live in joint families. Children are also engaged in their primary occupation. The dead are cremated.

It was written in Bombay in 1901 that the “Bombay Gazetteer” has found that the physical strength of the Rebario seems to be possible that they may also be “Persian” descendants, and they have come from Persia to India, because the Rebearium is named as a ‘fire’! And the Persians are worshipers of ‘Fire-fire’!

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