Saturday, 20 January 2007

Burqa Shop In Kabul Afghanistan

A burqa seller sells another burqa in Kabul Mandawi. Even after the fall of Taliban and removal of the extremist Taliban regime people are still using to burqas claiming that it's part of our tradition that our women should keep their faces covered for the "na mahram" would see their face.

A burqa seller sells another burqa in Kabul Mandawi. Even after the fall of Taliban and removal of the extremist Taliban regime people are still using to burqas claiming that it's part of our tradition that our women should keep their faces covered for the "na mahram" would see their face.


A burqa seller sells another burqa in Kabul Mandawi. Even after the fall of Taliban and removal of the extremist Taliban regime people are still using to burqas claiming that it's part of our tradition that our women should keep their faces covered for the "na mahram" would see their face.


A burqa seller sells another burqa in Kabul Mandawi. Even after the fall of Taliban and removal of the extremist Taliban regime people are still using to burqas claiming that it's part of our tradition that our women should keep their faces covered for the "na mahram" would see their face.


A burqa seller sells another burqa in Kabul Mandawi. Even after the fall of Taliban and removal of the extremist Taliban regime people are still using to burqas claiming that it's part of our tradition that our women should keep their faces covered for the "na mahram" would see their face.

3 comments:

Johannes said...

keep this good tradition. mashaallah

malghalara popalzai said...

the burqa is beautiful Kash every muslim sister was wearing one.it protects the females from unessecary attention from the opposite sex its a very good thing, when the face is showing it just gives the opposite sex a chance to gaze at the female and be attracted which is wrong.the burqa gives respect upon the female and a gracefull appearance.

Mr. Apostate said...

It's great you can get brown and blue ones too!