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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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Honorable Mention, Postdocs & Grad Students: Qandeel Hussain, a postdoctoral researcher in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, for "Firewood Collection by a Kalasha Speaker."
Members of the Kalasha community prepared cornbread, buttermilk and cheese and distributed them amongst the locals as well as foreign and domestic tourists who had arrived to participate in the festival.
The members of Kalasha community prepared cornbread, buttermilk and cheese and distributed them among the local people, foreign and domestic tourists to celebrate the festival.
Presently my series on HUM is 'Choti Choti Batain', it is an experimental short episodic series and my upcoming film Kalasha shot in Kalash will soon be released.
Chitral -- A Kalash elder Sher Muhammad passed away in Rumbur, the second valley of the Kalasha tribe in Chitral.
Kalasha, an endangered population with a unique religion, mark Chilam Joshi festival to honor and praise their God.
Then there's the Kalasha Valleys, which have a unique pagan culture, with traditional lifestyles, dress and festivals."
He said that 32km right-of-way on both sides of Mehmood Booti to Kalasha Kaku Road, Lahore Ring Road and 13 parks were available for forestation.
'We are celebrating through collaborative initiatives with our partners to highlight our rich legacy and inspiring journey of Nomad since its inception in 1984,' Ms Hyat, who is also an artist and rights activist, said.Photographs of Kalasha people, sculptures, traditional jewellery, handicrafts, hand-made clothes, rugs and decoration pieces from Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan were also on display.
Then there's the Kalasha Valleys, which have a unique pagan culture, with traditional lifestyles, dress and festivals."Westwood says that bookings for Pakistan tours have increased significantly during the past two or three years, an assertion that's backed up by official tourism statistics.
Good Karma Fiction has announced that it will be looking for international funding and distribution partners for Country Queen as the team attends the Kalasha International TV and Film Market in Nairobi Kenya, which begins today.
Occasionally, local productions are screened, and I was delighted to attend the premiere of Subira, which was crowned as the Best Feature Film at the Kalasha Awards 2018.