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Inadan

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Inadan
Wani aikin gado na Inadan ya haɗa da aikin maƙeri a cikin al'ummomin Abzinawa. [1]

A Inadan, kuma ake magana a kai a matsayin Enad ko Tinadan, sun kasance ɗaya daga cikin tarihi artisan castes a Afrika ta Yamma, musamman a tsakanin Abzinawa mutane . Wani lokaci ana magana da shi azaman ogarfillo mai rikitarwa kuma wani lokacin a matsayin marassa ƙarfi a cikin Abzinawa, ana samun Inadan a Nijar, Mali, Libya, Sahel da sauran sassan Saharar Afirka .[2][3][4][5][6]

Inadan sun kasance wani bangare na al'umar Abzinawa waɗanda a al'adance suka nuna kasancewar dangi, matsayinsu na zamantakewar al'umma da kuma mukamai a cikin kowace kungiyar siyasa. [1] Waɗannan tsarukan tsarin sun haɗa da masu martaba, malamai, masu sana'a da kuma rarrabuwa ta mutane. A cewar masanin halayyar ɗan adam Jeffrey Heath, Abzinawan masu sana'o'in hannu sun kasance keɓaɓɓun jarumai da aka sani da Inhædˤæn (Inadan) a cikin wannan rarrabuwar zamantakewar. [1]

Inadan suna zaune ne a ƙauyukan Abzinawa, masu zaman kashe wando ne da duhu, an ɗauke su a ƙarƙashin su da kuma kaskantattu, kuma masu rikon amana saboda kyamar zamantakewar aure game da kuma auratayya tsakanin kabilunsu da sauran 'yan ƙabilar Abzinawa. Aikinsu na gado ya kasance aikin fasaha ne da ke da alaƙa da fatu, amman kuma sun karkata zuwa samar da ayyukan Ƙwadago kamar na yawon buɗe ido a cikin al'ummomin Abzinawa na wannan zamani. Inadan sun haɗa da maƙeri, da kayan ado, da ma'aikatan itace da kuma masu sana'ar fata. Sun samar tare da gyara sirdi, kayan aiki, kayan gida da sauran abubuwa don Abzinawa. A kasashen Nijar da Mali, inda aka fi samun mutanen da suka fi yawa a cikin Abzinawan, masu sana'ar kere-kere sun kasance a matsayin abokan cinikayya ga dangin masu fada a ji ko masu mukabala, kuma suna isar da sako zuwa nesa ga danginsu. Hakanan su ne al'adun gargajiya suke yanka yayin bukukuwan Musulunci. [1]

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