National Geographic : 1945 Jan
Maidens with Powdered Foreheads Wear Golden Necklaces above Sarongs-Fruits Hang from Rafters asfrom aChristmas Tree These Moslem girls suggest Hinduism, of which a trace is left in Bira. Their brothers, however, wear the orthodoxtarboosh. Mothers have silken head scarfs. Wooden beams, curving like a water buffalo's horns, identify the pulpit where Koranic textsare read (page 66).