Tribal Woman And Children, Mru Tribe, Kank : News Photo

Tribal Woman And Children, Mru Tribe, Kank

[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] With a population of just over 20,000, the Mrus (also known as Mros or Murongs) are an indigenous community inhabiting Arakan in Myanmar and the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, mainly the area of Alikadam. The Mru people often live in remote villages accessible only on foot. They cultivate the land around their villages and also have a few animals such as pigs and cows. Mrus have many children. This woman prides in having a beautiful family.
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] With a population of just over 20,000, the Mrus (also known as Mros or Murongs) are an indigenous community inhabiting Arakan in Myanmar and the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, mainly the area of Alikadam. The Mru people often live in remote villages accessible only on foot. They cultivate the land around their villages and also have a few animals such as pigs and cows. Mrus have many children. This woman prides in having a beautiful family.
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December 31, 2013
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With a population of just over 20 the Mrus are an indigenous... News Photo 464864527Bangladesh,Chittagong Hill Tracks,Community,Geographical Locations,Human Interest,Indigenous Culture,Myanmar,Rakhine,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Moment © Francois-Olivier Dommergues[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] With a population of just over 20,000, the Mrus (also known as Mros or Murongs) are an indigenous community inhabiting Arakan in Myanmar and the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, mainly the area of Alikadam. The Mru people often live in remote villages accessible only on foot. They cultivate the land around their villages and also have a few animals such as pigs and cows. Mrus have many children. This woman prides in having a beautiful family.