Photo by Shifaz Huthee “One did not simply put on a Dhivehi Libaas. It was a symbol. The outspoken celebration of a girl becoming a woman. To wear one was to show pride in, and embrace one’s feminine-hood.
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A beautiful female from the Beja People, the remaining ancestry of the True Egyptians, who built the world's greatest and longest lasting empire that stood for years! She reminds me of a lot of the women in ancient Egyptian scrolls I've seen.