Himalayan Art, Style and Fashion

April 10, 2017

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The Himalayan Aryan Headdress – A hat to top all others!

 

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All made of untwisted silk floss:

These flowers are unique! They are perennial blooms and do not wither away in time so they are an ideal addition to a handmade work of art.

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The turnout at the festival is huge and almost everyone shows up in their traditional costumes. Only those who are going through bereavement within the extended family do not participate.

 

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More about the festival in another note.

 

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