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Guru Ki Fauj…A Nihang Singh.

Punjab, India Portraits india 2008 by Gorgoro For more ethnic fashion inspirations and tribal style visit www.

This picture does not quite work. Focus is in on the scarf, I want more light in the face and focus on a catch light in the near eye.   Perhaps auto focus was used.

(LIFE) Her eyes are so beautiful. I just love how the entire photo is filled with the bright orange drapes of her head cover and then you just go straight to the bright green of her eyes.

Body paint of Omo Tribes, Ethiopia

From Hans Silvester's exhibition Natural Fashion. People of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia.

Avtar Singh Mauni's prepares to wear a traditional Punjabi turban called   'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India

Avtar Singh Mauni wears the world's heaviest and longest turban, in pictures

Avtar Singh Mauni wears a traditional Punjabi turban called 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India

wenvrsleep: “ Traditional Tibetan hair braiding and ornamentation for ceremony.

“Nature is beautiful, such beautiful must be based on beautiful facts and beautiful laws” ― Muhammad.

Marriageable young Moroccan women of the region’s dominant tribe, the Ait Hadiddou, are the object of the bridegroom’s haste. They conceal their reputed beauty under heavy capes and spangled headdresses. National Geographic | January 1980

Marriageable young Moroccan women of the region’s dominant tribe, the Ait Hadiddou, are the object of the bridegroom’s haste. They conceal their reputed beauty under heavy capes and spangled headdresses.

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Mayan traditions involved the combination of heavy face and body paint, along with drumming music and dancing. The Mayans would dance for all occasions, from celebration to ritual. Mayans also possessed high intellectual skills and a complex culture

Gorgeous Khampa Girl from Aba Town Zhachong festival

Tibetan modeling an incredibly expensive and heavy ceremonial costume during the King Gesar Arts Festival / Khampa arts festival in the Kham region of Tibet in

'Hamar Portrait, Ethiopia' (2012) by photographer Pascal Mannaerts. "The Hamars are a people of East Africa living in southwestern Ethiopia in a fertile area of the Omo Valley. The gracious Hamar women are easily spotted with their characteristic outfits." Image and quote via National Geographic

The Hamars are a people of East Africa living in southwestern Ethiopia in a fertile area of the Omo Valley. The traditional dress code for unmarried Hamar girls includes cowrie-shell collars, glass-beaded necklaces, and decorated goatskin.

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