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one can see camel among the other angulates.
AJRAK a traditional cloth/shawl of Sindhi and Lassi people. The Lassi camel breeders use it while traveling behind the camels. They also use it in daily life. It is an honor to present it to some one.
I visited Khartoum Sudan in 2013 while participating in an international camel conference. I really enjoyed the Sudanese hospitality, and especially the camel saddles. It is very easy to sit on and gives pleasure and relaxation while travelling. You feel at high and you see more places than normal walk on foot. It will not […]Read Post ›
camel conference in Sudan
The camel milk and meat is highly admired and appreciate in Asia and Africa, especially in Sudan and Somalia. Here is picture of camel minced meat and packed meat.
The picture was taken at the occasion of the conference on camel research and production, 17-18 April, 2013. The camel for riding is incredible. I really liked the saddle of the camel. It is beautiful, comfortable and light weighed.
Our camel friends, Hanwanth Singh Rathore, Ilse Kohler Rollefson of the LIFE network make camel dung paper in Rajasthan, India. Here is the link below. http://camelcharisma.wordpress.com/products/camel-dung/
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She was so kind and humble. She duly respected each participant. There were many scientists from around the world. The eminent scientists like Wani, Pamela, Rifat, Skidmore, Abu Bakar and many others participated in the conference.
Camel Meat is processed and packed in Sudan