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Traditional Wedding Ceremony of Azerbaijanis near Tabriz, Iran.

Traditional Wedding Ceremony of Azerbaijanis near Tabriz, Iran.

Kurdish Women dancing at a Wedding in The Province Kordestan, Iran. Love the Colors❤

Kurdish Women dancing at a Wedding in The Province Kordestan, Iran. Love the Colors❤

Traditional Lor Wedding in the Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province in Iran, where Lors make up a majority of the population.

Traditional Lor Wedding in the Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province in Iran, where Lors make up a majority of the population.

Beautiful Baloch Girl from Balochistan, Pakistan.

Beautiful Baloch Girl from Balochistan, Pakistan.

Balochistan: Pictures of Papers, People and Places of a Country Occupied – Tarek Fatah : MA Jinnah’s letter to the Khan of Kalat on Feb. 2, 1948 is evidence that Pakistan and Balochistan were two separate and independent countries. The late Nawab Akbar Bugti, Sardar Ataullah Mengal and Nawab Khair Bux Marri in a rare photo from 1960. This is what passes for a school in Balochistan. This New York Times report from Aug. 11, 1947 clearly shows Pakistan recognizing Kalat as the ‘Moslem...

Balochistan: Pictures of Papers, People and Places of a Country Occupied – Tarek Fatah : MA Jinnah’s letter to the Khan of Kalat on Feb. 2, 1948 is evidence that Pakistan and Balochistan were two separate and independent countries. The late Nawab Akbar Bugti, Sardar Ataullah Mengal and Nawab Khair Bux Marri in a rare photo from 1960. This is what passes for a school in Balochistan. This New York Times report from Aug. 11, 1947 clearly shows Pakistan recognizing Kalat as the ‘Moslem...

"Dances of the Talysh People", Iran, ca. 1933.

"Dances of the Talysh People", Iran, ca. 1933.

Mah Sharaf Khanom Mastoureh Ardalan or Mastura Ardalan (1805 –1848) was a Kurdish poet and writer. She was born in Sanandaj in north-western Iran and deceased in Sulaymaniyah in present-day north-eastern Iraq. She was a member of the feudal aristocracy in the court of the Ardalan principality centered in Senna. She studied Kurdish, Arabic and Persian under the supervision of her father, Abolhasan Beig Qadiri. Her husband, Khasraw Khani Ardalan was the ruler of the principality.

Mah Sharaf Khanom Mastoureh Ardalan or Mastura Ardalan (1805 –1848) was a Kurdish poet and writer. She was born in Sanandaj in north-western Iran and deceased in Sulaymaniyah in present-day north-eastern Iraq. She was a member of the feudal aristocracy in the court of the Ardalan principality centered in Senna. She studied Kurdish, Arabic and Persian under the supervision of her father, Abolhasan Beig Qadiri. Her husband, Khasraw Khani Ardalan was the ruler of the principality.

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