The Last Hunter-Gatherers of the Himalayas
Father with his two kids. They belong to the group of the last nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Himalayas. The nomadic Rautes, called the King of Forest, have their own culture, belief and language. They live in forest camps and have for generations resisted being assimilated into society. The Rautes have their own language, and believe in their own god - the Sun God of Berh. The Rautes sustain on monkeys that they hunt in the forests as well as on plants and herbs. Today the group totals only 156 people.
Jan Møller Hansen, Denmark, Copenhagen