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Meet These Tribal Women Who Breastfeed Wild Deer For An Amazing Purpose

It was the ancient time when human beings and animals used to live and grow together. But, the modernization has totally affected the bond and separated the lives on earth into different communities, majorly animals, and human beings.

But, still there are certain groups of people, who have been seen keeping their heads above water in countrysides and following the ancient trend. One of them is a community of Bishnoi tribes living in India. The tribes have been following the tradition of protecting and raising the animals, mainly deer by feeding them milk and food. The mothers breastfeed orphaned fawns and protect them from potential poachers. Their offsprings also grow playing along with the animals. Bishnois consider them members of their family and have been following this lifestyle since several centuries. 

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Meet These Tribal Women Who Breastfeed Wild Deer For An Amazing Purpose

Meet These Tribal Women Who Breastfeed Wild Deer For An Amazing Purpose

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The Indian Bishnoi Tribal women breastfeed orphan fawns and raise them just like their offsprings.  

The Indian Bishnoi Tribal women breastfeed orphan fawns and raise them just like their offsprings.  

The tribal women have been following this way of living since 550 years and nurturing the animals with a lot of love and affection. 

The tribal women have been following this way of living since 550 years and nurturing the animals with a lot of love and affection. 

There are around 2000 homes of Bishnoi community. They all are the followers of Hindu Guru Shri Jamdeshwar Bhagwan, who set 29 religious rules for them. 

There are around 2000 homes of Bishnoi community. They all are the followers of Hindu Guru Shri Jamdeshwar Bhagwan, who set 29 religious rules for them. 

One of which was protecting and loving animals and nature. 

One of which was protecting and loving animals and nature. 

A deer is also believed to be a sacred animal in the community. 

A deer is also believed to be a sacred animal in the community. 

Their children grow up playing with the animals and consider them their brothers and sisters. 

Their children grow up playing with the animals and consider them their brothers and sisters. 

The women do not consider deer orphaned and feed them milk and food. 

The women do not consider deer orphaned and feed them milk and food. 

They also protect them from potential poachers. 

They also protect them from potential poachers. 

The entire Bishnoi community live with animals in their houses. They think them members of their families and provide all love, care, and protection. 

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