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Turmi Bull Jumping

Turmi Bull Jumping is a initiation ceremony used by the Hamar people of the Turmi village in the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia.

This ceremony combines ritual dancing around cows and bulls with some interesting local practices such as the women being whipped and naked boys running over bulls’ backs!

Not for modest types!

Why do the Turmi Bull Jumping?

Traditional and cultural initiation ceremony of the Hamar tribes people Ritual dancing and interesting practises Not for the modest!

 

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