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A portrait of a Pamiri woman wearing a headscarf in Khorugh, Tajikistan.

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A portrait of a Pamiri man in Khorugh, Tajikistan.

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Pamiri women say goodbye to each other in Khorugh, Tajikistan, as one of the women prepares to leave on a road trip.

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Shughni men place their hands over their hearts as they greet each other in the village of Dasht, Tajikistan. This gesture is customary in Tajikistan and used when greeting others, offering thanks and in serving others. The Shughni are the largest subgroup of Pamiri people.

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A Pamiri girl adjusts her headscarf as she takes a break from sweeping the street in Tem, Tajikistan.

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A portrait of a Pamiri girl in Tem, Tajikistan.

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A Pamiri woman prepares bowls of meat and potatoes in the kitchen of a restaurant at a Navroz luncheon and celebration in Rushon. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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A Pamiri man cooks osh, a traditional rice dish containing carrots, corn and goat meat, in a large pot outside at a Navroz luncheon and celebration in Rushon. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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Pamiri men play a game of volleyball beside the Pamir Mountains during a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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A portrait of a Pamiri girl and her father smiling as she rests her head on her father’s shoulders as they both watch the festivities during a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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Pamiri people perform a dance, which symbolizes the coming of spring, during a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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A Pamiri girl in traditional dress folds her hands as she watches the festivities at a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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Pamiri girls in traditional dress watch the festivities during a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region, with the Pamir Mountains towering in the background. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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A Pamiri girl in traditional dress performs a ritual symbolizing the passing of winter and the coming of spring during a Navroz festival in Rushon in the Gorno-Badakhshan region of Tajikistan. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. People celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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A Tajik Christian man plays the drum and a Rushoni, a subgroup of the Pamiri people Pamiri Christian plays the guitar as they sit in a home in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The musicians have been playing together for several years. When civil war broke out in Tajikistan in the 1990s, the friends and band members were scattered. A few years later, the band member with the guitar become a Christ follower and he found out that two of the others had decided to follow Jesus as well, all independent from one another. Today, they sing songs of praise to their God, Jesus Christ.

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