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Under the optics of the white culture, such wars, obviously, are absurd, because they are not for obtaining the ownership of more land, but to avenge friends and relatives. The indians possess already an amount of enough land. (NOSELLA, 1978). The dance is a form of indian to express its feelings, as joy, pain, regret, worship and would be a proposal to provide asurin a form of traditional leisure of the tribe, what he makes it difficult is that this dance already is seen with an obligator character for asurin, assuming the form of half-cio. As we cite, he makes paj them to dance so that they do not forget what she evidences a form of disinterest for the dance to excessively asurin.

The challenge is to unfasten the obligator character of the dance and to make with that they adopt asurin it as activity of cio. This proposal is impracticable since the media inside propagates of the tribe the desire for the activities of the white. The aboriginal traditional games had been created as a form to brighten up the discrimination and to provide activities of leisure inside to the indian of its culture, observing that the competition with different tribes takes them to the interest for its activities and maintenance of its traditions. The idealizers of the project in Par explain: the games stimulate practical of the aboriginal traditional sports, the cultural manifestations, propitiating a worthier and respectful life in the interelacionamento with all the involved society, thus rescuing the pride of the born Brazilian, the man-indian. Another beneficial initiative for the maintenance of the citizenship and the respect to the indian is the project sport for all, that is executed in the village Will change for the professors Carlos, Olavo and Nirley. The project is idealized by the Government and develops esportivas, social, cultural actions and rescue of the language, by means of theater, and still the dance and the manufacture of artesanato.

That above all let us can each time more have as our principles, reverenciar and practise the teachings of our ancestor, valuing our traditional and cultural roots, so that let us fortify each time more and becoming us more authentic (TERENA, 2006). I believe that the valuation and the maintenance of the aboriginal culture break of a series of initiatives that above all involve the respect and the dignity, mobilizing not only the society which the white is inserted, but evidenced as a process of awareness of the proper indian whom it needs to be the executor of its culture and its customs. With this we can preserve and conserve this culture through the times.