Maureen Lines was born in North London and has worked with the Kalash people in Pakistan for many years. She is the author of The Kalasha people of South Western Pakistan.

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Culture
04 September 2008
“All wars are fought in the name of religion”, so said my grandfather. I can’t remember if that were during the doodle...
Asia
02 September 2008
Most anthropologists consider the Kalasha Religion to be polytheistic, because it has many deities. In Rumbur, however...
Asia
01 September 2008
The Kalasha religion is a complex, convoluted subject with multi-layered and often paradoxical beliefs. Unlike...