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“An Awful Big Adventure” Kirsi Pyrhonen by Tim Walker Vogue UK, December 2011

Clothes of a Khalka woman. National Museum of Mongolia, Ulan Bator

Clothes of a Khalka woman. National Museum of Mongolia, Ulan Bator

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Courtesy of Hamid Sardar

A Lassoing competition at Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China.

Scenes from China

Female Shamans and Medicine Women

Female Shamans and Medicine Women

Female Shaman in Mongolia This is an interesting photo to me because the act of Shamanism is still alive and well practiced there. a book call Riding Wind Horses describes how ancient practices have been retained.

Buryat clothing reflects a greater Central Asian and Siberian tradition of ethnic costume and it is no coincidence that it resembles Mongol, Manchu, Tuvan, Altai, Tungus, and Yakut traditional dress. Buryat clothing most closely resembles Mongolian traditional dress, which is no surprise since the Buryats are a Mongolian people.

Buryat clothing reflects a greater Central Asian and Siberian tradition of ethnic costume

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