We are very proud of what we do'- See The Indian Town Where Women Breastfeed Animals


Sat breastfeeding in the Indian sun, the woman is not just nursing her own child, but a baby orphaned fawn. The sight may be a shock to outsiders, but here amongst the ‘Bishnoi’ tribe, animals are just as much a part of the family as their own offspring.



The Bishnoi community, which comprises of around 2,000 homes, have followed the Hindu Guru Sri Jambeshwar Bhagwan since the 15th century and religiously obey 29 rules suggested by their Guru.



One is the protection and love of animals and nature. They take care of the flora, fauna and protect the animals from the summer heat or potential poachers. However, the deer is believed to be a sacred animal of the community and is given special attention.


Ram Jeevan said: ‘We have followed this way of living for over 550 years with a lot of love and affection. 'We are very protective of our animals, especially the babies. We are helping them. Feeding them is what they need. We are very proud of what we do.’


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