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kocalls · a day ago
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Gece uzun işimiz yoğun.
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sartorialadventure · a year ago
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Yakut fashion, Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
1. Yakut outfit by Augustina Filippova, photo by A. Cheban
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thefeminineurge · 7 months ago
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chuvash artist polina osipova with her traditional wear, for vogue russia.
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smokeritual · 29 days ago
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@lightscape | Kazakh Bürkitshi (eagle hunters) at Golden Eagle festival in Mongolia
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valando13 · 7 months ago
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Turkmen woman during 1970s, Afghanistan.
Source: Roland and Sabrina Michaud
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khanbike · 2 months ago
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Traditional Tatar garments Hasite, Izyu, Chulpa(which is traditionally attached to a braid) and Yaka Chilbyry made by restoration collective Milli Hasite. Model - Dilara Zintaullina.
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kohicake · 11 months ago
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Crimean Tatar traditional clothing in Kyiv, Ukraine from an article by Vogue
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logofellow · 6 months ago
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Braids of Turkic people
Hair is a sacred thing in Turkic culture like many other shamanic cultures. Hence why women braid their hair in sacred numbers such as 40, 41, 7 etc. Men having long hair is also very normal and they also braid their hair. It's known that when Turkmens first came to Anatolia their hairstyle was seen rather strange to Anatolia's peoples. One of the primary sources for men's hairstyles is that gravestones that can be found in many Turkic countries.
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hatixhe · 3 months ago
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Infographics about China's western most province "Xinjiang" which literally means "New Territory" in Mandarin. Like Tibet which is also culturally and ethnically different from the majority Han, this region has been fighting for separation from the Chinese government.
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deityoftheday · 8 months ago
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Ulgan/Ulgen/Ülgen/Bai-Ülgen/Bai-Ulgen/Bay-Ulgan/Bay-Ulgen/Bay-Ülgen/Yryn-Al-Tojon
Origin: Siberian/Mongolian/Turkic
God of: Creation, Goodness, Welfare, Abundance, & Plenty
Popularity: Semi-Popular
Relationships: Created from Tengri, Creator of Erlik, Brother of Umay, Koyash, & Ay Tanri, & Father of Karshyt Khagan, Bura Khagan, Burcha Khagan, Yashyl Khagan, Karakush Khagan, Kanym Khagan, & Bakhty Khagan (the Ak oglanar) & the Akkizlar
Worship: He was regarded as the patron to Turkic shamans and the source of their knowledge. To become a shaman, a kam (someone who intends to be a shaman) must sacrifice a white horse to Ülgen, on whose soul they were said to ride into heaven to meet with Yayik, Ülgen’s servant who will tell the kam whether or not their offering has been accepted. If so, the kam is given the privilege of learning some of Ülgen’s wisdom and becomes a shaman; Animals were sacrificed to him, especially horses.
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songs-of-the-east · 11 months ago
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The First Teacher, 1965, directed by Andrei Konchalovsky
Starring Natalia Arinbasarova and Bolot Beishenaliev
A former Russian soldier (Bolot Bejshenaliyev) instructs the Leninist doctrine to students in a remote Muslim region [in Kyrgyzstan]. 
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kocalls · 23 days ago
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Ayasofya Mosque 3 | İstanbul 🍁
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sartorialadventure · 10 months ago
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Turkic woman
EDIT: I searched yet again in response to questions and have still not been able to find where this woman is from. I DID, however, find another photo of her! The second photo is often identified as “Magyar,” but her clothing does appear to be Turkic rather than Magyar, and the first photo often seems to be identified online in sort of “pan-Turkic” memes. Any more specific info is welcome!
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yuxatengri · 6 months ago
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XIX - beginning of XX century, Tatars, Russia.
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smokeritual · 2 months ago
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Joel Heard | “Traditional Kyrgyz hospitality. The head of the house pours the tea for guests.” Murghab, Tajikistan.
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40svintagepoet · 5 months ago
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I redesigned Cruella as in the style of the ottomans. An ottoman Sultana .
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kohicake · 11 months ago
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Crimean Tatar woman with traditional clothing and pottery in Kyiv, Ukraine
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hoyfjeldsbilde · 11 months ago
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Dukha Türkleri, Духалар, Цаатан
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hatixhe · a year ago
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In the Pamir Mountains bordering the countries of Tajikistan, Pakistan and China lives tribes of nomadic Kyrgyz Afghans isolated from the wars in Afghanistan.
Photos by: Matthieu Paley
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logofellow · 6 months ago
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A lovely bridal headdress from Kazakh people, saukele. Saukeles are very long and uniquely decorated pieces. They also symbolize a status. They can be made from silk, felt etc. They are red since red has the meaning of abundance and protection in Turkic culture. I will try to make a post about the importance of colour red in Turkic cultures in the future too:)
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