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Khan of Kalat, Balochistan, India The Baloch or Baluch (Balochi: بلوچ) are a tribal society and an ethnic group who are native to the Balochistan region in the Indian subcontinent and southeast corner of the Iranian plateau in Southwest Asia.

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Fashion Victim: Sir Mir Mohammad Khan, Khan Of Kalat of the Mir Wari Clan, [now central Balochistan, Pakistan]

Arab soldiers standing guard with their camels, 31 March 1948 by John Philips/Time Life Photos

Book 3 - how to play with this to get it right? gunrunnerhell: Desert Warriors Arab soldiers standing guard with their camels.

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Two young women in chadors walk down the street with two unveiled Ahvazis in the Khuzestan province in south Iran. Photograph: Courtesy of Manoto's Time Tunnel

badesaba:    Qajar Era Reclining Lady Reading a Book  Antoin Sevruguin

Studio Shot of a Reclining Lady Reading a Book Artist: Possibly Antoin Sevruguin Medium: Albumen silver photograph Dates: Late century Dynasty: Qajar

H.H the Sultan of Muscat and Oman Seyyid Feisal Bin Turki Bin Said Bin Sultan Al Said

H the Sultan of Muscat and Oman Seyyid Feisal Bin Turki Bin Said Bin Sultan Al Said

Vogue in Iran, December 1969

In December 1969 Vogue published a collection of fashion photographs taken in mosques and palaces in Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and Persepolis.

"We Are Iran: The Persian Blogs" by Nasrin Alavi - In September 2001, a young Iranian journalist, Hossein Derakhshan, created one of the first weblogs in Farsi. When he also devised a simple how-to-blog guide for Iranians, it unleashed a torrent of hitherto unheard opinions. There are now 64,000 blogs in Farsi, and Nasrin Alavi has painstakingly reviewed them all, weaving the most powerful and provocative into a striking picture of the flowering of dissent in Iran.

"We Are Iran: The Persian Blogs" by Nasrin Alavi - In September 2001, a young Iranian journalist, Hossein Derakhshan, created one of the first weblogs in Farsi. When he also devised a simple how-to-blog guide for Iranians, it unleashed a torrent of hitherto unheard opinions. There are now 64,000 blogs in Farsi, and Nasrin Alavi has painstakingly reviewed them all, weaving the most powerful and provocative into a striking picture of the flowering of dissent in Iran.

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Iranian skillful carpet weavers mix wonderful patterns with admirable colors

Sultan Qaboos

Sultan Qaboos

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