Iran beauties. Undercover living

Iranian Woman

The beauties of Iran are legally obliged to wear handkerchiefs and full head-to-toe clothes preferably dark. Some kind of freedom in the clothes can be afforded at the wedding ceremonies, as women and men celebrate it separately from each other or at home. When some man comes to the house (except husband, father and brothers), […]

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Four great ancient cities-to-see

Angkor-Wat, Cambodia

Angkor, Cambodia Angkor is breathtaking even for the best-travelled people. When the population of London hardly reached 50,000, almost one million people lived in the capital of the Khmer Empire. The largest pre-industrial city in the world, Angkor was founded in the 9th century and abandoned in the first half of the 15th century under […]

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Stone steps in the cedar forest: a pilgrimage to the Haguro Mount

Haguro Mount, Japan

Japan is a country with rich traditions. They seem so amazing for tourists with its unusual East Asian color. The ancient Japanese religion Shinto based on nature deity and nature worship is particularly interesting. Shintoists believe that the sacred spirit can be haunted in any natural object, for example, in a stone, in a tree […]

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A bride of the Bael tree

Nepalese Girl

The historical inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley are Newar. The people were in the contact zone of Caucasoid and Oriental races. Bindi is a dot on the forehead represents the third eye. But before marriage wearing it is optional and after marriage it’s compulsory. Even 4-year-old girl who have had the wedding ceremony. As a […]

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Badrinath Temple: an age-old source of wisdom and penance

Badrinath Temple, India

The Badrinath Temple located is the province of North India at the height of 3 000 m. This place, as well as the Jagannath Temple, the Dwarkadhish temple and the Ramanathaswamy Temple, is a part of four Holy places dedicated to Vishnu, so it attracts a lot of pilgrims every year. Unlike the bright temple territory, […]

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The culture of Cambodia

Culture Of Cambodia

Throughout Cambodia’s history, religion has been greatly influenced by its development and culture. The Khmer culture shows the religious beliefs of the local population in animism where elements of Hinduism and Buddhism can be found. These two religions, along with Sanskrit and other elements of Indian culture, penetrated the mainland of South-East Asia in the […]

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Larung Gar

Larung Gar, Sichuan province, China

The hillside houses of the residents look like a big anthill. It is located in the Larung Gar town, in the western part of the Chinese Sichuan province. It is considered the largest Tibetan Buddhist school in the world. Students have been learning at least three years there. The school was founded in the high […]

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Malaysia. Light face

Malay Woman

Most of Malaysians are Muslims. Local women prefer the traditional European dress: baju kurung or baju kebaya. The first one is enclosed dress with a long-sleeve shirt, it has been worn by aged women. Young people choose baju kebaya with body conscience silhouette of the blouses. A compulsory part of a Muslim dress is a tudung (a […]

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Khmer dances

Khmer Dance

The brightest model of Cambodian classical dance is a dance based on a story from the epic Rama poem (Ramayana) that according to the legend has an author Valmiki (a wise singer, whose name was given by Hindu God Brahma). This religious literary work is dated about IV century AD and is known for many interpretations […]

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Vietnamese habits

Vietnamese Man

They sleep at work, walking the birds, eat dirt and change their name before their death. However, there is a logical explanation for the freaks of Vietnamese. They sleep at work from 12 to 14 o’clock. Clerks nap in chairs or on sleeping mats on the floor, fishers and merchants sleep in boats. Chút chút […]

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