The Nomadic Life: The Maasai
The Maasai, or simply means the people who speak Maa, are one of the few nomadic tribes that have kept most of their traditions, lifestyles, and lore. In common with the wildlife with which they co-exist, the Maasai need a lot of land. The Maasai, unlike many other Kenyan tribes, are semi-nomadic and pastoral, living off herding cattle and goats. The Maasai population in Kenya was estimated to be 1,189,522 in the 2019 census, up from 377,089 in the 1989 census.
Many Maasai tribes in Tanzania and Kenya welcome visitors who want to learn about their culture, customs, and way of life Until recently, the only way for a Maasai child to become a warrior was to kill a lion with his spear on his own. The Maasai warriors, however, did not go out hunting lions simply because they could. The rules were in place, and every fighter adhered to them. The Maasai warriors were able to demonstrate their fighting skills against a non-human target because to their lion hunting experience.
Ear piercing and earlobe stretching are the most popular forms of body modification amongst the Masaai. Beaded jewelry, enormous circular earlobe discs, and extravagant earrings are worn by both men and women, especially during celebrations. Stretching of the ear lobes occur at a young age, and large spaced lobes are regarded to be a sign of maturity and wisdom. To enhance their look, men apply ochre to their bodies, and some young warriors demonstrate their ferocity by making scars on their bodies with hot spears.
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