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Punch drunk: The couple (not pictured) had exchanged garlands during the first part of the ceremony when the groom went to a nearby road to drink alcohol with his cousin until both fell unconscious

Bride beats up Indian groom after he arrives at the ceremony drunk

Italian photographer Cristiano Ostinelli spent time with the mysterious tribe to capture their mysterious way of life

Incredible images show life of India's cannibal Aghori tribe

Italian photographer Cristiano Ostinelli visited the exiled tribe of Aghori monks from Varanasi, India. As part of their rituals, they eat human flesh, drink from human skulls, chew the heads off live animals and meditate on top of corpses.

Learning: Many Mennonites embrace modern technology but the ones that Cirera visited don't use electricity or drink alcohol. In this photograph a group of young girls in the community learn to work with fabric

Rare snaps of Mennonites who shun photography and electricity

Photographer Jordi Ruiz Cirera took revealing snapshots of the Mennonite colonies in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, for his 2014 book Los Menonos after slowly gaining the trust of the families.

The mysterious tribe drink alcohol from human skulls, known as kapalas, and are said to also drink urine and eat faecal matter

Incredible images show life of India's cannibal Aghori tribe

The Aghori monks of Varanasi live near cremation sites, eating human flesh and meditating on top of cadavers as part of their spiritual rituals.

Tribe members live in cemeteries and feast on human flesh as part of their rituals, as well as drinking from human skulls, chewing the heads off live animals and meditating on top of cadavers in search of spiritual enlightenment, to help them reach a disconnected state and bring themselves closer to revered Hindu god Lord Shiva. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2975435/Incredible-images-life-India-s-cannibal-Aghori-tribe.html#ixzz3TFJPjlng

Incredible images show life of India's cannibal Aghori tribe

Tribe members live in cemeteries and feast on human flesh as part of their rituals, as well as drinking from human skulls, chewing the heads off live animals and meditating on top of cadavers in search of spiritual enlightenment, to help them reach a disconnected state and bring themselves closer to revered Hindu god Lord Shiva. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2975435/Incredible-images-life-India-s-cannibal-Aghori-tribe.html#ixzz3TFJPjlng

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