The saddle is one of the most important tool in camel transport and racing activities. A saddle made of wood or iron etc are placed on the back of the camel and use for working, racing, and other operations.
The series of the treeography is continued…The other parts (1 and 2) can be found in the links as Plants that are Liked such as Icecream by the Camels. Part 1, Plants that are Liked such as Icecream by the Camels. Part 2. In this part… Continue Reading “Plants that are Liked such as Icecream by the Camels. Part 3”
The story is hereby released at the eve of the World Camel Day 2018. The author was invited by the newly established Mongolian Camel Milk Company. The group owns their camels in the desert as their half families live there with the precious livestock… Continue Reading “The Camel Milk Story from the Gobi Desert Mongolia”
I hereby share a video of beautiful Bactrian camels from Inner Mongolia China.
The world terminology in Wikipedia is written as; Terminology is the study of terms and their use. Terms are words and compound words or multi-word expressions that in specific contexts are given specific meanings. The camel terminology is mainly derived from a cow/cattle production… Continue Reading “The Camels’ Terminologies Needs to be Re-established”
The Lasbela region is covered with more than 12% with wide flora diversity, especially unique Tamarix and Jar species. The woodcutter brutally cut these precious forest trees and sell at very cheaper rates in the nearby towns. Hence, deforestation is happening in a very… Continue Reading “Camel Peace Caravan for Conservation of Unique Tamarix Forest”
The International Camel Conference (ICC) under the patronage of Camel Association of Pakistan and the Islamia University of Bahawalpur was organized in Baghdad campus of Islamia University (19-21 Dec 2013). Bahawalpur being the city of the great Thar desert and home of camel culture… Continue Reading “International Camel Conference at Islamia University Bahawalpur Pakistan”
Camel is a useful and pivotal animal in its habitats all over the world. Best suited to drylands, camel is a unique animal providing livelihood and cultural luxury to the inhabitants of that region.camel had been using as a gift of dowry but first time in history gifted as the… Continue Reading “Camel as a Gift to cricket team of Pakistan”
Bactrian camel in Central Sweden The camel farm (Gyttorp, central Sweden) consists of 3 camels; named as Kalle, Karlsson, and Anna owned by a couple, Inger Haglund and her husband Per-Ola Magnusson. The camel depends on berry bushes, grasses, and trees for food. The… Continue Reading “Bactrian camel in Central Sweden”
Camel plays a very pivotal role in the life of the people of the northeastern Balochistan (Suleiman mountainous region). The camel herders graze their camel herds all around the year on the woody vegetation of the mountains and in the month of October, they separate the camels… Continue Reading “Camel Fairs in Pakistan: A Case Study from Mangrota of Pakistan”
This breed of camel belong to Pashtun/Afghan Kochis (nomads). They travel from central Afghanistan to north-east Balochistan. Some nomads even cross Suleiman mountains and inter in Indus delta. Some tribes of the Kochis cross Bolan pass and enter in Kachhi area of Balochistan and some go further and inter in Sindh province.
Unfortunately, some Kochis are leaving camel culture and adapted tractors for luggage transportation because of the hinders in the historic routes and war and conflict in the region.
The title of the photo is self explained.
Kohi Kohi camel is predominantly found in Suleiman mountainous region of Balochistan, Pashtoonkhua and Punjab provinces of the country. Some specimens are also found in the Paktia province of Afghanistan. But 70% of the breed is found in the Balochistan province. Production systems and… Continue Reading “Kohi Camel Breed of Suleiman Mountainous Region”