The Omani Khanjar has just been inscribed on UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list.
This traditional dagger, a Khanjar, is an important part of Continue reading “UNESCO LISTS OMAN’S KHANJAR within its listing of craft skills and social practices as part of Intangible Heritage.“
The Khanjar is a symbol of Oman, here is a short video on making an Omani Khanjar
on a chilly February night
Tonight is a night of a Wedding celebration in Muscat for a distant neighbour, Abdulaziz Al Wahaibi.
Glittering Omani silver Continue reading “Wedding celebration in Muscat”
I enjoyed attending an Omani Wedding near Muscat. Dressed in traditional Omani dress with the addition of a formal Khunjar (dagger) &
Saif (sword) three Omani Bridegrooms looked Continue reading “Omani Wedding near Muscat”
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