Teenage girl at the Litang Horse festival, Tibet, in traditional Tibetan ceremonial costume from this region. The jewelry in her costume is probably worth over a hundred thousand dollars/euros, and is the main store of wealth for her family. These ornaments will be handed down from generation to generation.  If the Litang Horse Festival hadn't been banned for political reasons in 2008, then people who travel there might have been able to meet her. Seems she was at the festival most years.

Teenage girl at the Litang Horse festival, Tibet, in traditional Tibetan ceremonial costume from this region. The jewelry in her costume is probably worth over a hundred thousand dollars/euros, and is the main store of wealth for her family. These ornaments will be handed down from generation to generation. If the Litang Horse Festival hadn't been banned for political reasons in 2008, then people who travel there might have been able to meet her. Seems she was at the festival most years.

vera kebaya

vera kebaya

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The bath

A Dayak woman in Borneo

A Dayak woman in Borneo

Indonesia.The Dayak or Dyak are the native people of Borneo. It is a loose term for over 200 riverine and hill-dwelling ethnic subgroups, located principally in the interior of Borneo, each with its own...

Indonesia.The Dayak or Dyak are the native people of Borneo. It is a loose term for over 200 riverine and hill-dwelling ethnic subgroups, located principally in the interior of Borneo, each with its own...

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Javanese bride

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Javanese Dancers in Indonesia - much love this pic!

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Gunungan Lanang dalam Upacara Grebeg Besar di Keraton Yogyakarta, difoto: Selasa, 15 Oktober 2013, foto: a.sartono

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Javanese dance

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