The Khasis are a tribe in India that grow  their own bridges. For generations they  have passed down the art of tree-root  manipulation, forming centuries-old  ‘living bridges’ out of the powerful roots  of the Ficus elastica trees.  Source Source 2 Source 3   Photo:   anselmrogers-wiki cc /   amusingplanet        Photo: amusingplanet / anselmrogers-wiki cc    Photo: amusingplanet

The Khasis are a tribe in India that grow their own bridges. For generations they have passed down the art of tree-root manipulation, forming centuries-old ‘living bridges’ out of the powerful roots of the Ficus elastica trees. Source Source 2 Source 3 Photo: anselmrogers-wiki cc / amusingplanet Photo: amusingplanet / anselmrogers-wiki cc Photo: amusingplanet

India | Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly 60km from Bhuj in the Kutch District  | © Kimberley Coole

India | Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly 60km from Bhuj in the Kutch District | © Kimberley Coole

Apatani I - Apatani tribe in India

Apatani I - Apatani tribe in India

Gond Painting in India is an ancient tribal art dating back several hundred years. The Gond tribe painted the walls of their mud homes with pictures to mark important occasions such as weddings, birth and the harvest. For Instruction and more on Gond Painting visit Colormehappy .

Gond Painting in India is an ancient tribal art dating back several hundred years. The Gond tribe painted the walls of their mud homes with pictures to mark important occasions such as weddings, birth and the harvest. For Instruction and more on Gond Painting visit Colormehappy .

Portrait of a girl from the nomadic Fakirani Jat tribe wearing traditional clothing near the village of Chhadvara, located roughly 100km from Bhuj in the Kutch District

Portrait of a girl from the nomadic Fakirani Jat tribe wearing traditional clothing near the village of Chhadvara, located roughly 100km from Bhuj in the Kutch District

The face of poverty: Intimate portraits of Indian paupers reveal toll of life in villages where people survive on 33 pence per day | Daily Mail Online

The face of poverty: Intimate portraits of Indian paupers reveal toll of life in villages where people survive on 33 pence per day | Daily Mail Online

Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying a woman, demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying a woman, demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

North Sentinel Island lost tribe of India captured in rare video - Yahoo7

North Sentinel Island lost tribe of India captured in rare video - Yahoo7

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