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The Bakhtiari Nomads, Ancient Persians Reside in South West Iran
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June 11, 2017August 23, 2017

The Bakhtiari Nomads, Ancient Persians Reside in South West Iran

Their ancestral roots being traced all the way back to 40,000BC, the ancient Bakhtiari Nomads of Iran were of the first human beings on this planet to begin agriculture, farming and civilization. These ancient Persians reside in south west Iran in Chahar Mahal & Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, Lorestan, Kohgiluye & Boyer-Ahmad and Isfahan. Although, as with...

THE NOMADS OF SISTAN & BALUCHESTAN
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January 19, 2017January 28, 2017

THE NOMADS OF SISTAN & BALUCHESTAN

Treading the scorching hot plains of Sistan & Baluchestan, every year the Baluchi Nomads make their way to the Mashgieh (Mashkel) date palms just in time for the collection and cooking of the sweet dates. Dodging 43-44oC heat in the summer, these tribes can up and change their locations, within a matter of hours! Their...

THE KURDISH NOMADS
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January 19, 2017January 28, 2017

THE KURDISH NOMADS

Following the warm breeze, the colorful and cheerful members of the Kurdish nomad tribes relocate their living settlements by the turning of the season, all in order to better accommodate and raise their lively herd. This interesting group of Persian nomads reside along the most northern parts of the Zagros Mountains; West Azerbaijan through Kermanshah...

THE TORKAMAN NOMADS
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January 13, 2017January 28, 2017

THE TORKAMAN NOMADS

Up early at the break of dawn, no citizen of any colorful Torkaman nomadic tribe stays asleep until noon; the group must be in sync and move together at all times. This way of life does not only apply to the times that the tribes are travelling or changing residence. It reflects their entire outlook...