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Ibrahim El-Salahi Pain Relief at The Saatchi Gallery, London

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If you are interested in Sudanese art, you might enjoy Forests and Spirits, Inscriptions on Rosewater and Birds of the Soul

If you are interested in Sudanese spirituality, you might enjoy The Eternal Dance

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From Sufi prayers and zikr ceremonies, Hamed El Nil cemetery, Omdurman 

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Below scenes from Hamed al Nil, Omdurman.

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Young Sudanese artist, Hani, interweaving in his work the patchwork robes and prayer boards of Sudanese Sufi traditions 

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If you are interested in Nuba Mountains culture,  you might enjoy Kambala

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If you are interested in our literacy work,  you might enjoy At a Glance, Weaving Brighter FuturesLiteracy Changes Lives

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Take a look at Coffee and Conversation for more on the world of the capital’s tea and coffee sellers and our literacy participants 

Take a look at Khartoum Scenes and Mosaics of the City for more Khartoum scenes 

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2 comments on “Sudanese Moments

  1. Thank you for this extraordinarily varied set of views and photos of Khartoum. 

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