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Urban Indian Families Feel At Home on a Wall
These images attempt to preserve a wall in photographic posterity. They are actually thoughtful meditations on street homes in Indian urban spaces by French photographer Anne Maniglier.
Omani Women’s Liberation Through The Camera Lens
In Oman, many women today are enthusiastically embracing photography as a means to express their perceptions of the world they live in.
Girls in Oman Have a Rocking New Career Option
Oman is dotted with awe-inspiring geological formations - be it the lofty Al Hajar Mountains and the drowned valleys of Musandam - that attract renowned experts from across the globe.
Oman’s Women Take The Cake And Bake A Career
Professional to the core and passionate about their careers, these Omani women actually don aprons to work. Meet sisters, Fatma and Maryam Mohammed; and Mariam al Mandhari, whose products are quite literally selling like hot cakes.
Oman: As They Sew, So They Reap
A few tourists were browsing through handmade calico shopping bags, mobile cases, cushion covers, tissue boxes, and CD and waterbottle covers in the well-stocked and colourful gallery.