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Phajaan (which originated from tribal communities in India and Asia) is the practice of separating an elephant’s wild spirit from it’s body so it can be domesticated and worked. It has been used to tame elephants for thousands of years, and despite controversy from the modern world, is still a standard practice today. In this article I will explain the Phajaan process, how it works, the effects it has on the elephants and the controversy surrounding it.
In Thailand and India the villagers believe that in order for an elephant to be tame and suitable for work, it must go through a religious process called Phajaan. In this article I will go through the traditional Phajaan process. If you get easily disturbed by animal cruelty you may not want to read on.
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