Daily life in ancient tribe Kalash in NW Pakistan

Daily life in ancient tribe Kalash in NW Pakistan

Daily life in ancient tribe Kalash in NW Pakistan Photo taken on May 14, 2018 shows a Kalash woman wearing traditional colorful costumes in Kalash Valley in northwest Pakistan’s Chitral District. The Kalash are the ancient tribe of Pakistan and they have their own way of life, religion, language, rituals and identity. A Kalash man prepares tea More...

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