Jawai Tribal life and culture :-
Experience offered by Sena Safari Camp is a visit to see the Rebari community, their livestock and their unique ways of life in the villages. Great proud men, dressed in white with red turbans adorned with silver taking herds of goats and cows to graze every day. The exact origin of the inhabitants of Rebari is unknown. The Rabari, also known as Rewari or Desai, an Indian caste which are nomadic sheep and camels breeders who live mainly in the states of Rajasthan, Rabari has adopted a very nomadic lifestyle. The head of the house wears a khadi dhoti and turban and a pair of gold earrings. Children’s dress in the same way but wear colorful turbans (a white turban is worn when one's father is no more). They wear cheap silver anklets, earrings and necklaces. The hair is cropped close from the forehead, for the protection from the strong winds. The ladies wear silver ornaments, light ivory bangles, a black skirt, a red kanchli and a deep red odhni. The kanchli is a quarter-sleeved blouse covering only the front and tied with strings at the back. The unmarried girl wears a skirt along with a kurta.