Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Dazana Tribe Of Brazil Living Ancient Wild Lifestyle
Brazil, the country of Latin America which is going to host 2016 World Olympics and where preparations for Football World Cup to begin on June 12 are in full swing, also has tribe Dazana living at a distance of 3,000 miles from capital Rio de Janeiro, that lives a traditional ancient wild life style in this atomic age. This ancient world was discovered by Australian photographer David Lazar. The only access to this tribe living in the centre of rainforest is a long journey by boat, from Minas city. The England team will play its first match of Football World cup in Minas city. According to David the people of this tribe are very peaceful and happily living people. Their men, women and children live half-naked and cover their lower body only with the leaves of trees. David has shot photos of the people of tribe and say he want to bring a new and different face of Brazil to light and show the world. But, these peaceful people have the right of living their own whatever lifestyle they want to live.