Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying a woman, demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras
Scarification is a permanent form of adornment which has been practised throughout history. Evidence from Saharan rock paintings suggest it’s use in 8000 – 5000 BC. By cutting the skin and manipulating the healing process or by branding, intricate designs can be created. Scarification in an indigenous context is mostly practised in Africa and Australia.
10 Weirdest Necks
Padaung People (Kayan or Long Neck) are the heritage one of the greatest treasures of the World. The Padaung is an ethnic minority of Myanmar, a tribe of the Kayan people, some Padaung people are migrant to western Thailand, Meahongson.
Akha village in Luang Namtha province, Laos
Two wise men celebrate Shiva’s birthday by Samer M (solely)