Here the battle for death is fought for ‘wives’, this bloody tradition continues despite being banned!

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In Ethiopia, Africa, there is still one such tribe whose tradition is very strange. Men from Suri tribe of Ethiopia fight with sticks. The reason behind this is that in this way they find a wife. This festival is called Donga war.

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  • Last Updated:January 12, 2021, 12:22 PM IST

There have been many tribes in the world who have their own different beliefs and traditions. Due to these traditions, he has become famous in the world. Many traditions are so peculiar about which people are shocked to know. For example, in the tribe of Papua New Guinea, a man of any age can have sex with any woman of any age of his clan. There is no restriction on it. UNICEF has also expressed concern over this practice.

At the same time, in the Himba tribe of Namibia of Africa, women take bath only once in their entire life. Even in India, the Naga tribes of the Indo-Mongol family who live in the mountainous regions of the Northeast also have a peculiar tradition that any man will get married only if he beheads a enemy. All these traditions are strange to hear, but in these tribes, they have been going on for centuries. There is still one such tribe in Ethiopia, Africa, whose tradition is very strange.

Why fight with sticks?
Men from Suri tribe of Ethiopia fight with sticks. The reason behind this is that in this way they find a wife. This festival is called Donga war. This war takes place as a celebration in which the men of the Suri Tribe beat each other with sticks and till the end the man who stands on his feet wins a woman of the tribe as his wife. . Canoe fight is very deadly. Many people are seriously injured in this battle, while some people also die. Pole injuries to men are seen as pride.Ethiopian government imposed ban

Men take part in this battle with little or no clothes. In addition, the head is protected from the baton with a helmet-shaped home made armor. Women are not only affected through this fight, but the youth of the clan are also taught to protect the clan. In 1994, the government of Ethiopia had banned the dugout fight, but even today people here organize this fight.



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