kalash

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ka·lash

 (kŭ′lŭsh) also ka·la·sha (-lŭsh-ə)
n. Hinduism
A vessel used in rituals, especially a sacred water vessel.

[Hindi kalaś, water pot, from Sanskrit kalaśaḥ.]
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He said that unfortunately, several languages in the country were endangered including Bateri, Chiliso in Kohistan, Kalkoti in Upper Dir; Madak, Yadgha, Lashti and Kalasha in Chitral; Kundal Shahi in Kashmir; Domaki in Gilgit; Oshujo and Badeshi in Swat; and Mankiali in Mansehra.
His 10-year career has not only landed him notable roles and appearances but scooped him awards such as the Kalasha Award for Best Supporting Actor in the year 2012 and the 48HFP award in 2016 for Best Male Actor.
75 crores for erecting temporary accommodation for the lakhs of devotees visiting the holy town as also towards facilitating developmental works in towns like Tyagi Nagar, Kalasha Nagar 1 and 2, Panchkalyanak Nagar, Patrakar Nagar, Police Personnel Nagar, VIP Nagar, Yatri Nagar, Volunteers Nagar, etc.
PESHAWAR -- The Kalasha people, known for their unique culture, celebrated the
Sayed Gul Kalash is an archaeologist, who is pursuing PhD in Kalasha - an indigenous and the smallest ethnoreligious community of Pakistan.
Many languages like Dameli, Eastern Katviri, Gawar Bati, Gujari, Kalasha, Madaghlashti, Pashto, Phalura, Persian, Shikani, Wakhi and Yidga are also spoken at different and restricted places of Chitral in addition to the main language Kohwar (Chitrali) (Murtaza, 1962).
The families in great number also visited the stalls displaying handicrafts, embroidery, Taghar work, Bannu Royal Khaadi, stone carving, Peshawari caps and shoes, wax painting, metal work, wood carving, artwork, calligraphy, Gandhara Art, pottery work, blacksmith work, Hazara Jisti Shawl, national book gallery, tourists information centre Kalasha art and embroidery and a lot of other items.
stalls that included handicrafts, embroidery, Taghar work, Bannu Royal Khaadi, stone carving, Peshawari caps and shoes, wax painting, metal work, wood carving, artwork, calligraphy, Gandhara Art, pottery work, blacksmith work, Hazara Jisti Shawl, national book gallery, tourists information centre Kalasha art and embroidery and a lot of other item.
The book is organized in seven chapters, covering stories of the Mandeans, Ezidis, Zoroastrians, Druze, Samaritans, Copts, and the Kalasha.
In 1990 DeLancey was less certain about the touchstone quality of the pure Hare mirative, writing of lo in Hare that "precisely this semantic category occurs in the evidential systems of at least three other unrelated languages", namely Turkish, Tibetan, and "the Dardic languages Kalasha and Khowar" (4) (DeLancey 1990: 157).
This year, a partnership between the French Embassy and the Kenya Film Commission saw the launch of the inaugural Kalasha Intl.
Each Kalasha woman's clothing can be read as a map of her significant relationships across the valleys and across her lifetime material manifestations of enduring ties with friends bonds with natal family acceptance into community of woman in her marital home and reminders of her courtship with her husband and lover [2].