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It is not unheard of for men to have more than one wife with many cultural practices and religions of the world even supporting the habit. However, it comes across as unusual to hear of a woman with multiple husbands.
Polyandry is a form of polygamy in which a woman takes two or more husbands at the same time. Polyandry also existed among tribes in South America as the Bororo practiced polyandry while up to 70 percent of Amazonian cultures may have believed in the principle of multiple paternity. To enable commenting and other interactive features, please switch to the more advanced. Everything you need to live well. We have gathered five known countries with tribes that practice polyandry and they are listed below:.
Although largely uncommon in Nigeria, there are tribes in Nigeria that also allows polyandry.
The Irigwe people of Nigeria practiced a woman having co-husbands until their council voted to outlaw it in India as a country has more than one tribe practicing polyandry. Polyandry is prevalent in parts of North India by Paharis in the Jaunsarbawar region while in Kinnaur, Himachal a minority of the people justify and practice Polyandry.
As descendants of the Pachi Pandavas five brothers who were husbands to a woman named Draupadi daughter of King Panchalathey believe they have to carry on the tradition. Kenya In AugustKenyan witness polyandry when two men decided to be husbands to a woman they both love. There have also been reported cases of polyandry among the Massai people of Kenyan.
The practice of fraternal polyandry is common among the people Tibet in the Nepal parts of China and India. It is based on the belief that can have more than one father and usually when two or more brothers marry one woman, they all have equal sexual access to her.
So they keep their small farmlands and properties big by getting married to the same woman. In this article: marriage marriage cultures Polyandry polygamy.Are you polygamist lady of needs
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