India the land of many cultures, Vadi tribe is well known for its snake charmers in Gujarat. The tribe usually keeps travelling, moving every six months from one place to another, and has a long-standing, almost mythical affection to snakes—especially cobras. From the age of two children are trained and taught how to handle the snakes, including the ancient act of snake charming, with division between the genders defining their future roles: men learn how to charm snakes with the flute, while women are tasked with caring for the snakes. The entire training process takes ten years, after which the children are adept at handling snakes. Gujarat’s Vadi tribe are possibly the last remaining authentic snake charmers left.