L. Veniukov, “Tungusy-lamuty” (Kamchatka) in Native Peoples of Siberia.
And we drum and drum and drum… -This picture is showing Siberian Itenman (‘Itelmens’) women in their traditional dress. Itenmans (which means ‘existing’ , ‘living here’, ‘an inhabitant of dry land’ or just ‘a human being’) are the original inhabitants of the Kamchatka peninsula, East Siberia (Northeast Asia) (The Itenmans (‘Itelmens’) are traditionally fishermen and […]
Native Smiles from Dolgan Girls, Northern Siberia – Dolgans are a nomadic Turkic people, indigeneous to Krasnoyarsk Krai (a federal subject of Russia (a krai). It is the second largest federal subject after the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic and it lies in the middle of Siberia. Read more: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=535609149783956&set=a.267054339972773.76476.254587994552741&type=3&src=https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/705972_535609149783956_1661961479_o.jpg&smallsrc=https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/7005_535609149783956_1661961479_n.jpg&size=961,670
“Dancing is our Prayer” This picture is showing native Siberian Itenman ( or Itelmens) people in their traditional dress. Itenmans (which means ‘existing’ , ‘living here’, ‘an inhabitant of dry land’ or just ‘a human being’) are the original inhabitants of the Kamchatka peninsula, East Siberia (Northeast Asia) (Read more: The Itenmans are traditionally fishermen […]
Woman of the Kayan Lahwi tribe. Girls first start to wear rings when they are around five years old. Over the years the coil is replaced by a longer one, and more turns are added.
Repost IDLE NO MORE – Jatiluwih Mountains, Bali, Indonesia. IDLE NO MORE – Jatiluwih Mountains, Bali, Indonesia.
“From Tibet to Turtle Island | End Occupation | End Colonization | #IdleNoMore” Young Tibetan activists in the Bay Area (CA) demonstrating their solidarity with First Nations peoples on Turtle island in their struggle to protect and preserve the land, their culture and continue the fight for justice for their respective peoples.
Doesn’t the attire of these women remind you of the Native Americans? They both have the same cultural looks.
Group of Even (Lamut) women with national costumes. Okhotsk okrug. Beginning the XX. century.