Kulina people

The Kulina are an indigenous people of Brazil and Peru. 2,540 Kulina live in Amazonas and Acre in Brazil; while 400 live in southeastern Peru, along the Purus and Santa Rosa Rivers.

Besides Kulina, they are also called Corina, Culina, Kulína, Kulyna, Madihá, and Madija.

Kulina people speak the Kulina language, which is an Arawan language. Parts of the Bible have been translated into Kulina.

This page was last edited on 4 February 2018, at 20:06 (UTC).
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