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Bakhtiaris

bakhtiari nomads of Iran
Kooch (Transhumance, Seasonal Migration) is the act of moving with livestock between summer and winter pastures (Yaylaq & Qishlaq) in search of grasslands for the livestock. Kooch (or Kuch or Koch) is the very epitome of a nomadic lifestyle. Because of ecological factors, each year one group of Iran nomads embark on their seasonal migration...
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land use and lifestyle of bakhtiari nomads
The main characteristic of Iranian nomadism is the share of the land between summer pastures (“Garmsir”, hot place) and winter pastures (“Yeylag” cold place) land. The principle movement (“Kuch” or “bâr” = Transhumance) between these places is done in spring and autumn. During this migration period, they will Cross the Zarde-Kuh massive, in Zagros Mountains,...
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Nomads Tent
The most important and emblematic element in the Bakhtiari life is the tent (“Bohon”) and the whole family lives in there. The campaments (“mâl”) gather the extended family and it is formed by several tents. If we look closely to these campaments we will be able to find out much information about the families living...
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Tribes of Iran-iran Nomad Tours
One of the best parts of travelling abroad is knowing the indigenous people of the area. When it comes to Iran, going deep into Nomad tribes of Iran, and it’s almost like traveling back into the past. Some of these indigenous people still follow the same life of their ancestors; moving twice a year with...
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Tlingit Tribe - Hunter Gatheres
Nomad is defined as a member of a community without a fixed habitation. They regularly move between the same areas. There are three types of nomads around the world: hunter-gatherers, pastorals, and thinker/trader nomads. Bakhtiari Nomads Nomads are known for their migration. They migrate periodically in a year so that they will be back to...
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The women of the village used a special kind of herb, called Mountain Tare, in their food, which was really great. They picked it themselves from the surrounding mountains, and it gave the food a pleasant taste. I wander around the village and the girls showed me their school. A small and simple class was...
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The second day, beginning of the migration The next day was the day of migration. Having no idea what awaits us during migration made us even more excited. Early in the morning, we had our hearty breakfast (since we were supposed to have a long day before us, everybody was served with Ghee), then we...
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In the early morning of a beautiful spring day we had our breakfast in Mah Bibi hostel, and then our fantastic trip started. On our way to Charmahal Bakhtiari, we passed Mavarz village in Bazoft district. We had our lunch in a very nice villager. As soon as we entered their house, what really attracted...
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Bakhtiari Nomads Iran
We joined our guide and a group of tourists from Iran and elsewhere. Despite our tired faces, we soon got to know each other and shared our common enthusiasm for the upcoming adventurous trip. Together, we headed towards Zagros mountains, looking for our host family – fulfilled backpacks, trekking shoes on our feet, fully charged...
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