Meet the Maasai Cricket Warriors: The colourful semi-nomadic cattle herders promising to brighten up the sport
Ditching traditional whites for their colourful clothing and body decorations, the Kenyan Maasai Cricket Warriors are in serious training for a global Twenty/20 event.
Maasai warriors singing and dancing for tourists in N'Gama village, Masai Mara, Kenya. This dance is also a jumping competition. A circle is formed by the warriors, and one or two at a time will enter the center to begin jumping while maintaining a narrow posture, never letting their heels touch the ground. Members of the group may raise the pitch of their voices based on the height of the jump.
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Samburu dance - Kenya
Not only the Maasais jump during ceremonies, Samburu warriors jump too. Like the Maasai, they live in the central Rift Valley area of Kenya, where the climate is semi-arid. They are seminomadic and belong to the Maa (Nilotic) speaking group of people. They do very little farming. Their livelihood depends upon the cattle, sheep and goats they raise. They use their milk more than meat. They often drink milk mixed with cow's blood. So, like their neighbours, they have to search for water and…
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