The Kalash are fascinating. Kalash people are a non-Muslim aboriginal minority…

Kalash girl, North Pakistan - Large and striking eyes. They make me feel as if she has an old soul.

Eefje Sandmann - The Kalash

Jabal Siraj God must have loved Afghans because he made them so beautiful.

The Kalash people. Women have one of the highest rankings in the world for indigenous rights.

Map shows how fallen empires have left their stamp on our genes

girl from Kalash, Pakistan, with facial tattoos. According to legend the Kalash are the lost warriors of Alexander the Great’s army.

The culture of the Kalash people is unique and differs completely from the various contemporary Islamic ethnic groups surrounding them in modern northwestern Indian subcontinent. They are polytheists and nature plays a highly significant and spiritual role in their daily life. As part of their religious tradition, sacrifices are offered and festivals held to give thanks for the abundant resources of their three valleys. They are also known for their unique strain of DNA.

The Kalasha live in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan in the higher valleys of the southern Hindukush. They are a pagan people still practising their ancient customs and the women and girls still wear traditional dress.

Blue Eyed Kalasha Man - Bumboret village, Kalash valley, district Chitral, KPK, Pakistan.

Blue Eyed Kalasha Man on his way to the third day of chilam joshi spring festival with fresh henna dyed hair and freshly picked bright pink rose for his pathani cap at Bumboret village, Kalash valley, district Chitral, KPK, Pakistan.

The Kalash people of Pakistan practice Indo-European paganism and speak an ancient Indo-Aryan language

The Kalash people of Pakistan practice Indo-European paganism and speak an ancient Indo-Aryan language

Kalash Girl, Rombir Valley, Chitral, North West Frontier, Pakistan

Kalash Girl, Rombir Valley, Chitral by Richard Stone

Kalash girl, Rombir Valley, Chitral, North West Frontier, Pakistan

Kalash girl, Rombir Valley, Chitral, North West Frontier, Pakistan by Richard Stone

Portrait of beautiful Kalash tribe girl taken in a remote village in north Pakistan.

Portrait of beautiful Kalash tribe girl taken in a remote village in north Pakistan.

The Kalash People: The Lost Blonde Hair and Blue Eye Tribe of Alexander the Great in Pakistan

For centuries, the blond-haired, blue-eyed people of the Kalash tribes of North West Pakistan have lived a libertine lifestyle. Children of the Kalash tribe in Northern Pakistan By Dean Nelson in N…

The Lost Children of Alexander the Great: A Journey to the Pagan Kalash People of Pakistan.

The Lost Children of Alexander the Great: A Journey to the Pagan Kalash People of Pakistan

Feruzan: The Face of One of the Many Muslims Trump Wants to Ban

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