BACHMAN FLOWER. BACHMAN


Bachman flower. Anna rose floral design



Bachman Flower





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    bachman
  • Richard see King4

  • Bachman Station will be a DART light rail station located in Northwest Dallas for service on the and . The station will open as part of the Green Line's expansion in December 2010. It will serve nearby attractions such as Bachman Lake and surrounding neighborhoods.





    flower
  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"











bachman flower - Historic Print




Historic Print (L): Birds' eye view of New-Orleans / drawn from nature on stone by J. Bachman [i.e., Bachman


Historic Print (L): Birds' eye view of New-Orleans / drawn from nature on stone by J. Bachman [i.e., Bachman



This is a museum quality, reproduction print on premium paper with archival/UV resistant inks.
New York : Published by the agents A. Guerber & Co., c1851 (Printed by J. Bachman [i.e., Bachmann])
Copyright by A. Guerber & Co., New York. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC Panoramic maps (2nd ed.), 240.1
1 print : lithograph, tinted ; 74 x 95.5 cm. (sheet)
Waterfronts--Louisiana--New Orleans--1850-1860. New Orleans (La.)--1850-1860.United States--Louisiana--New Orleans.
SOURCE: Library of Congress










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An old naked tree on the edge of Bachman Lake. See sun behind tree.











Bachmans Sparrow1




Bachmans Sparrow1





Bachmans Sparrow at Chickasawhatchee WMA, Albany Georgia









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BLACK FLOWER HAIR CLIP - BLACK FLOWER


Black flower hair clip - Crystal flower jewelry.



Black Flower Hair Clip





black flower hair clip






    hair clip
  • My parents and Mr. Rogers were the only people in the world who used the words "special" and "fancy" without a trace of irony. And they always said "supper," instead of "dinner," as if deciding anew every day to avert their eyes from romance.

  • A hair pin or hairpin is a long device used to hold a person's hair in place.





    flower
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom





    black
  • Make black, esp. by the application of black polish

  • blacken: make or become black; "The smoke blackened the ceiling"; "The ceiling blackened"

  • Make (one's face, hands, and other visible parts of one's body) black with polish or makeup, so as not to be seen at night or, esp. formerly, to play the role of a black person in a musical show, play, or movie

  • being of the achromatic color of maximum darkness; having little or no hue owing to absorption of almost all incident light; "black leather jackets"; "as black as coal"; "rich black soil"

  • the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)











Blythe - Black Checkered Tube Top Party Dress with Rhinestones and Hair Flower Clip - BD-001




Blythe - Black Checkered Tube Top Party Dress with Rhinestones and Hair Flower Clip - BD-001





Getting ready for the Christmas party or Christmas ball!? This gorgeous black checkered tube top party dress perfect for all 12" Blythe and or any other 11.5" and 12" dolls. Close at the back with snap closing. Decorated with black lace and rhinestones for an elegant look, also comes with a matching lace hair flower clip (see photos for details). Can be worn in an elegant party or as a casual dress. Just be creative!

This listing is for party dress only. Blythe and shoes are not included.

Flickrmail me if interested =)











Blue & Zebra Striped Flower Hair Clip




Blue & Zebra Striped Flower Hair Clip





What a wonderful and unique fashion statement this one of a kind alligator clip will make for you or your child! The silk flower is about 3 1/2 inches in diameter and sits upon an alligator clip about 1 1/2 inches in length. It is hand cut, sewn, and singed for a BEAUTIFUL, realistic, flower effect.









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BLUE FLOWER RUG. BLUE FLOWER


Blue Flower Rug. Cadeau Bouquet. White Lilies Bouquets.



Blue Flower Rug





blue flower rug






    blue flower
  • The Blue Flower (Blaue Blume) is a central symbol of Romanticism. It stands for desire, love, and the metaphysical striving for the infinite and unreachable.

  • (Blue-flowered) Phacelia bolanderi is a species of flowering plant known by several common names, including Bolander's phacelia, Bolander's scorpionweed, blue-flowered grape-leaf, and caterpillar flower.

  • (blue-flowered) having blue flowers





    rug
  • floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)

  • A rug (UK), blanket(Equine and other livestock, US), or coat (canine and other companion animals, US) is a covering or garment made by humans to protect their pets from the elements, as in a horse rug or dog coat.

  • A small carpet woven in a pattern of colors, typically by hand in a traditional style

  • A thick woolen coverlet or wrap, used esp. when traveling

  • Rhug (normally Y Rug in Welsh; sometimes given the antiquarian spelling Rug) is a township in the parish of Corwen, Denbighshire, Wales, formerly in the old cantref of Edeirnion and later a part of Merionethshire, two miles from CorwenRug Chapel and ten miles north east of Bala.

  • A floor covering of shaggy or woven material, typically not extending over the entire floor











blue flower rug - Lextra (Pashmina




Lextra (Pashmina Flowers), Mouse rug, Black/Red/Tan/Rust/Light Blue, 10.25 x 7.125 Inches, One (MPF-1)


Lextra (Pashmina Flowers), Mouse rug, Black/Red/Tan/Rust/Light Blue, 10.25 x 7.125 Inches, One (MPF-1)



This new MouseRug features intricate and engaging floral and other highly detiled, intensely colored design details unlike any other item in the collection. The original rug is from Northern India, mid-17th century. Silk (wrap and weft), pashmina wool (pile); asymmetrically knotted pile. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913 14.40.714. Produced in cooperation with The Metropolitan Museum of Art from a design in its collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is one of the world's largest and finest art museums. It's collections include more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe. Nearly five million people visit the museum each year. The Metropolitan's collection of Islamic art, which ranges in date from the seventh to the nineteenth century, reflects the great diversity and range of Islamic culture. Nearly 12,000 objects have been assembled at the Metropolitan from as far westward as Spain and Morocco and as far eastward as Central Asia, India, and Southeast Asia. The collection includes some of the finest Islamic carpets in existence. Copyright 2010 by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. All rights reserved. Made in the U.S.A. www.metmuseum.org. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this product will be used to support the Museum.










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wee man




wee man





With the North wind howling outside it is lovely to have my feet resting near to the burner on a wee log and dreaming the dream of days gone bye..

A wee story comes to mind of a day by the river ,not long ago

So as the snow outside retreats up the ben ,no longer a carpet of pure white snow more a thread bare rug discarded across the glen.

let me tell you of a day in the magical mountains of SCOTLAND.

As i made my way down the moss covered bank i pushed gently on the silver birch branch in front of me..

I knew at once this was a place i wanted to sit and watch a while

a wee golden pool at the foot of a waterfall was visible through the wood lined banks

The silver birch was in full leafed splender and here and there spindly branches leaned out across the peaty water and dipped there tips into the warm water.

The sky above was filled with a moon so large that it felt you could leap on it and go for a night ride across the sky .

the wee river leading from the pool was bubbling and dancing around large rocks in it’s way under the moon light

as i made my way to the edge of the pool i could see some slight movement from the surface of the pool so i carefully took my seat and focused on the spot

for the next couple of seconds nothing stirred in this wee piece of heaven ,then YES

i was sure it is .it is a salmon one of the monarchs of the mountains a fish that i believe embodies all about us Scots.

a great wanderer a fighter and such passion to reach the place of its birth

So as i sat there every nerve a tingle ,the joy at being able to witness the return of this great fish

his head out of the water looking at the waterfall for the way forward over this last great barrier to the pool of his birth less than 20 yards away.

The journey he had just completed seemed to flash in his eye a journey off thousands of oceanic miles or more, perils and dangers than he cared not to think off,the day he had finally spotted the river estuary but he had made it and with a final sum of his energy he knew he would be there soon..

he seemed to gaze at me for a split second then with all his reserved energy he began to climb out of the water twisting this way and that in an effort to release all the energy at one single explosion and almost as if in slow motion he gained high first one foot then another and just as it seemed he would make it he fell backwards into the pool

I watched as for a couple of minutes no movement on the pool i feared he had used all his energy and with a hint off sadness i looked to the moon still beaming still beaming how many times had you seen this journey i thought .

Then a slight movement in the golden bubbly waters and i knew he was back (like i said a true SCOT) the battle was not over and with an even more dramatic burst of power he leapt clean 3 foot in the air and with the moon shinning brighter as if in encouragement a final splash at the surface he made it and with a quick glance backwards to me he headed to the pool of his birth there in the magical mountains of the northern country of Scotland..

then from nowhere fish first one or two then what seemed hundreds filled the pool and started to scale the waterfall from all angles fish leapt and failed the jump then more would leap and some succeeded this seem to send more and more hope until they seemed to take the barrier in their stride but a few with every ounce of energy spent drifted to the bank DEAD and DYING ..

at that moment i was about to get and go home when from the corner off my eye two huge yellow things seemed to fall from the sky

the moon was hidden behind a wandering cloud but still enough light escaped to allow me to see what it was

An eagle larger and more colourful than i have ever seen swooped legs stretched out talons at the ready ,wings folded back plummeted through the gap in the trees and with an amazing accuracy landed on one of the floundering fish and gently came to earth his meal well and truly secure

With a loud call that reverberated across the glen he tucked into his meal one monarch feeding another .the way it has always been

peace and light

the dafthermit x








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I've been researching for a while, and feel I have got to a position of Deciding!

So it's off to the stores to see if they've got one like this........but I want to see ALL their stock before deciding!
The salesperson will wish I had not come in today!
I want to see all of them.....................









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FLOWER AND PLANTS - FLOWER AND


Flower And Plants - Plant And Flower Identification.



Flower And Plants





flower and plants






    flower
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts





    plants
  • Place (a seed, bulb, or plant) in the ground so that it can grow

  • (plant) buildings for carrying on industrial labor; "they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles"

  • Bury (someone)

  • (plant) implant: fix or set securely or deeply; "He planted a knee in the back of his opponent"; "The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"

  • (plant) put or set (seeds, seedlings, or plants) into the ground; "Let's plant flowers in the garden"

  • Place a seed, bulb, or plant in (a place) to grow











flower and plants - Painting Flowers




Painting Flowers and Plants (Watercolour Tips and Techniques)


Painting Flowers and Plants (Watercolour Tips and Techniques)



In this bright and colourful book Janet Whittle covers many creative techniques for capturing the beauty of flowers and plants - wet-in-wet, wet-in-dry, negative painting, masking, lifting out, glazing and more. She also looks at detailing the finer parts of flowers such as veining and stamens. Janet's paintings are characterised by their lively backgrounds and her vibrant palette and she gives guidance on painting backgrounds as well as on composition. Clear step-by-step projects on snowdrops, poppies and daisies are included and many other flowers are depicted in examples of Janet's finished work.










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Flowers or Plants in My Garden




Flowers or Plants in My Garden





Just some of the flowers and plants from my garden. I've been doing gardening a lot when I came to Australia, because I like the flowers here very much than in my own country.

But the flowers will die up or dried up eventually, so the best way to keep them alive is using the camera to capture their most beautiful and stunning moment.

I not even remember what is every single flower name in my garden,haha...so i didn't name some of them in my tittle...sorry about that!











Flower, Banana plant, San Benito, Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines




Flower, Banana plant, San Benito, Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines





The flower of the banana plant (also known as banana blossom or banana heart) is used in Southeast Asian, Bengali & Kerala (India) cuisine, either served raw with dips or cooked in soups & curries.









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flower and plants




AHS Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers (American Horticultural Society)






Since its first publication in 1987, the AHS Encyclopedia of Plants & Flowers has sold nearly three million copies worldwide.
Packed with 8,000 plants for every climate—inside and out—from trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, biennials, bulbs, water plants, and cacti, the AHS Encyclopedia of Plants & Flowers is a must-have reference for all gardeners!
This fully revised and updated edition features a brighter, clearer design and improved navigation—cataloging plants by color, season, and size—that makes the book more intuitive for the reader.
The American Horticultural Society (AHS) is one of the oldest national gardening organizations in the country. Since 1922, they have provided America's gardeners with the highest quality gardening and horticultural education possible.










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FLOWER GIRL DRESS WITH BLACK SASH - WITH BLACK SASH


Flower Girl Dress With Black Sash - White Floral Prom Dress - Prom Flowers Wrist.



Flower Girl Dress With Black Sash





flower girl dress with black sash






    flower girl
  • a woman who sells flowers in the street

  • A young girl who carries flowers or scatters them in front of the bride at a wedding; a child bridesmaid

  • Wedding ceremony participants, also referred to as the wedding party are the people that participate directly in the wedding ceremony itself.

  • A woman or girl who sells flowers, esp. in the street

  • a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession





    black sash
  • The Black Sash was a non-violent white women's resistance organization founded in 1955 in South Africa by Jean Sinclair. The Black Sash initially campaigned against the removal of Coloured or mixed race voters from the voters' roll in the Cape Province by the National Party government.

  • Black Sash is an American action adventure drama television series starring Russell Wong. It ran from March 30, 2003, to June 1, 2003. Including pilots, a total of eight episodes were made, however only six episodes were aired on The WB.





    dress
  • Put on one's clothes

  • a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice

  • full-dress: suitable for formal occasions; "formal wear"; "a full-dress uniform"; "dress shoes"

  • Wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type

  • Put clothes on (someone)

  • put on clothes; "we had to dress quickly"; "dress the patient"; "Can the child dress by herself?"











flower girl dress with black sash - Size-6X RRE-48731H




Size-6X RRE-48731H BURGUNDY SILVER BLACK TAFFETA PLAID BUBBLE SKIRT Special Occasion Flower Girl Holiday Pageant Party Dress,H348731 Rare Editions LITTLE GIRLS


Size-6X RRE-48731H BURGUNDY SILVER BLACK TAFFETA PLAID BUBBLE SKIRT Special Occasion Flower Girl Holiday Pageant Party Dress,H348731 Rare Editions LITTLE GIRLS



Beautiful BURGUNDY & SILVER/BLACK TAFFETA PLAID BUBBLE DRESS features sleeveless, square neckline, GATHERED BODICE with PLEATED SILVER CUMMERBUND BAND & SPARKLING BEADED-CENTER FLOWER ACCENT at the waist. Fully lined, knee-length BURGUNDY & METALLIC SILVER TAFFETA PLAID SKIRT features BUBBLE HEM and back zip closure with IRIDESCENT SILVER BOW TIE SASH IN BACK for perfect fit. Hand wash, line dry. Imported (Sri Lanka). Of polyester/metallic - Sash of rayon/polyester - Lining of polyester/nylon - Exclusive of trim/decoration. Matching/Coordinating sister styles available in sizes 4-16, search for style(s): RRE-48731. More baby & girl party dresses available, search for: "rre-girl-party-dress "










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Kalash Girls in Rumbur, Chitral, Pakistan - June 2006




Kalash Girls in Rumbur, Chitral, Pakistan - June 2006





The Kalash are found in 3 valleys Rumbur, Bumburet and Birir. They are a warrior like people who ruled from near Kabul to the Lowari Pass. They are not Muslims but follow their own way of life and there is only a few thousand Kalasha left as many have converted to Islam, the majority religion in the region. If they change religion they are no longer considered Kalasha. Non-Kalash women do not wear the black dress with voluminous embroidery.
Linguists think Kalash are descendants of Indo-Aryans who overran the region in 2BC. Kalash say they are from a place Tsiam although no one knows where that is. They managed to keep Tamerlane at bay. In the western side there were Bashgalis or Red Kafirs. Between the13th and 16th centuries the Chitralis gradually subdued the Kalasha. By the 19th century there were estimated to be 50,000 and they Kalasha were pushed to higher valleys of the southern Hindu Kush. Rudyard Kipling set “The Man Who Would Be King” here even though he never came here. In 1893 the British and Afghan governments drew a common border that took 2 years known as the Durand Line which cut through Kafiristan. Amir Abdur Rahman, the ruler of Afghanistan slaughtered the Bashgalis and any survivors were forced to convert to Islam. That area known as Kafiristan was renamed Nuristan. In 1895-6 many Bashgalis fled to Chitral and settled in the Upper Kalash Valleys and in an ironic twist of fate within 50 years they all converted to Islam. They are seen as Nuristanis or Shiekhs by Kalasha.
Most Kalasha are Mediterranean looking. The men have largely traded traditional goat-skin tunics for Shalwar Kameez and Chitrali caps, often with a flower or feather in the brim.
The women wear voluminous black or brown dresses reaching to ground, bound at the waist with a sash. Over thin plaits they wear headpieces decorated with cowrie shells, beads, buttons and coins. Ceremonial versions can be spectacular with exotic embroidery, mounds of bead necklaces, bells and plumes. The women often decorate faces with mulberry-juice tattoo’s, or pomegranate seeds, or blacken them with burnt goat hair which also serves as sunburn protection too.
Kalash religion is complex and polytheistic with a single creator called ‘Dezau’ or ‘Khodai’ and lesser gods and spirits with their own responsibilities. The Warrior God named ‘Mahandeo’ is the guardian of crops, animals and other public matters and the female goddess ‘Jestak’ who cares for home, family and private matters. Goat sacrifices are common at their shrines throughout the valley. Traditionally the dead are buried above ground in carved wooden sarcophagi. Wooden totems or effigies were carved for wealthy or honoured people. The old style graveyards have graves that have fallen open and bones scattered.
Tradition is that women are less pure than men and there are precise rules what each may do, where they may go and how to purify people and places. During menstruation or childbirth women are confined to the lodge called ‘Bashaleni’ or ‘Bashali’ – which is also shrine to goddess ‘Dezalik’ who looks after births. Men can’t go in and women must be purified after visit. Women may not visit most shrines. In old days ceremonial acolytes had to be virgin boys.
The Kalasha love festivals. Typically the older men stand in centre and take turns chanting old legends or just chatting. Accompanied by drums the women dance around them, arms around one another’s waists and shoulders in spinning two’s and threes or trance-like encircling lines. Maybe day dancing or night dancing and some maybe closed to outsiders. Each valley has its own style and timing. Dates can be fixed at the last minute depending on harvest or other things.
‘Joshi’ is the festival dedicated to spring and future festivals. It includes day dancing and family re-unions and runs for 4 – 6 days in mid-May.
‘Uchau’ is held only in Birir in late September to early October. It includes night dancing with day dancing on the last day. It marks walnut and grape harvests and the end to wine making, though origins concerns return of shepherds from high pastures.
‘Chaumos’ is a solstice festival and the biggest of the Kalasha. It includes visiting, feasting and night-dancing for around 10 days starting in mid-December. In Bumburet it is closed to Muslims but not non-Muslim foreigners and then expected to take part.
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Kalasha Girls in The Kalash Valley of Rumbur, Chitral - Pakistan - June 2006




Kalasha Girls in The Kalash Valley of Rumbur, Chitral - Pakistan - June 2006





The Kalash are found in 3 valleys Rumbur, Bumburet and Birir. They are a warrior like people who ruled from near Kabul to the Lowari Pass. They are not Muslims but follow their own way of life and there is only a few thousand Kalasha left as many have converted to Islam, the majority religion in the region. If they change religion they are no longer considered Kalasha. Non-Kalash women do not wear the black dress with voluminous embroidery.
Linguists think Kalash are descendants of Indo-Aryans who overran the region in 2BC. Kalash say they are from a place Tsiam although no one knows where that is. They managed to keep Tamerlane at bay. In the western side there were Bashgalis or Red Kafirs. Between the13th and 16th centuries the Chitralis gradually subdued the Kalasha. By the 19th century there were estimated to be 50,000 and they Kalasha were pushed to higher valleys of the southern Hindu Kush. Rudyard Kipling set “The Man Who Would Be King” here even though he never came here. In 1893 the British and Afghan governments drew a common border that took 2 years known as the Durand Line which cut through Kafiristan. Amir Abdur Rahman, the ruler of Afghanistan slaughtered the Bashgalis and any survivors were forced to convert to Islam. That area known as Kafiristan was renamed Nuristan. In 1895-6 many Bashgalis fled to Chitral and settled in the Upper Kalash Valleys and in an ironic twist of fate within 50 years they all converted to Islam. They are seen as Nuristanis or Shiekhs by Kalasha.
Most Kalasha are Mediterranean looking. The men have largely traded traditional goat-skin tunics for Shalwar Kameez and Chitrali caps, often with a flower or feather in the brim.
The women wear voluminous black or brown dresses reaching to ground, bound at the waist with a sash. Over thin plaits they wear headpieces decorated with cowrie shells, beads, buttons and coins. Ceremonial versions can be spectacular with exotic embroidery, mounds of bead necklaces, bells and plumes. The women often decorate faces with mulberry-juice tattoo’s, or pomegranate seeds, or blacken them with burnt goat hair which also serves as sunburn protection too.
Kalash religion is complex and polytheistic with a single creator called ‘Dezau’ or ‘Khodai’ and lesser gods and spirits with their own responsibilities. The Warrior God named ‘Mahandeo’ is the guardian of crops, animals and other public matters and the female goddess ‘Jestak’ who cares for home, family and private matters. Goat sacrifices are common at their shrines throughout the valley. Traditionally the dead are buried above ground in carved wooden sarcophagi. Wooden totems or effigies were carved for wealthy or honoured people. The old style graveyards have graves that have fallen open and bones scattered.
Tradition is that women are less pure than men and there are precise rules what each may do, where they may go and how to purify people and places. During menstruation or childbirth women are confined to the lodge called ‘Bashaleni’ or ‘Bashali’ – which is also shrine to goddess ‘Dezalik’ who looks after births. Men can’t go in and women must be purified after visit. Women may not visit most shrines. In old days ceremonial acolytes had to be virgin boys.
The Kalasha love festivals. Typically the older men stand in centre and take turns chanting old legends or just chatting. Accompanied by drums the women dance around them, arms around one another’s waists and shoulders in spinning two’s and threes or trance-like encircling lines. Maybe day dancing or night dancing and some maybe closed to outsiders. Each valley has its own style and timing. Dates can be fixed at the last minute depending on harvest or other things.
‘Joshi’ is the festival dedicated to spring and future festivals. It includes day dancing and family re-unions and runs for 4 – 6 days in mid-May.
‘Uchau’ is held only in Birir in late September to early October. It includes night dancing with day dancing on the last day. It marks walnut and grape harvests and the end to wine making, though origins concerns return of shepherds from high pastures.
‘Chaumos’ is a solstice festival and the biggest of the Kalasha. It includes visiting, feasting and night-dancing for around 10 days starting in mid-December. In Bumburet it is closed to Muslims but not non-Muslim foreigners and then expected to take part.










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