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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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We were only four white men on board, with a large crew of Kalashes and two Malay petty officers.
CHITRAL -- :The annual colorful religious festival of Kalash tribe 'Ochawo' concluded in Bumborat valley of Kalash.
CHITRAL -- The annual colourful religious festival of Kalash tribe 'Ochawo' concluded in Chitral.
Chitral -- The annual colorful religious festival of Kalash tribe 'Ochawo' concluded in Bumborat valley of Kalash.
CHITRAL -- The foreign and domestic tourists and the local people enjoyed the three-day Uchal festival in the scenic Kalash valley in Chitral district.
However such diversity is on the verge of extinction as the recent report by the National Commission for Human Rights regarding the identity of the Kalash suggests.
CHITRAL -- 'Chitral is such a beautiful piece of land with its captivating mountains, beautiful landscape and rich culture, especially that of Kalash tribe.
They said tourists from all over world must come to Pakistan, particularly to Chitral, to enjoy the lovely scenery and meet the wonderful people of Kalash.
PESHAWAR -- The celebrations of spring festival Chilimjusht concluded in Kalash valleys as this year a record number of foreign and local tourists enjoyed the three-day festivities.
PESHAWAR -- A record number of tourists from Germany, France, Japan and around the world continued to throng the Kalash valley to enjoy the three-day Chilimjusht or Joshi festival celebrations which have commenced in the scenic Kalasha valley.
PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has approved a grant of 150 million rupees for preservation of culture of Kalash tribe in Chitral.
Islamabad: The Kalash population is fast shrinking due to conversion to Islam.