Jalali.-A class of Mohammedan Faqirs who take their name from their founder Sayyid Jalal-ud-din a pupil of Bahawal Haqq the Suhrawardiyya saint of Multan.
The engravings depicting Californian native people, taken from the Encyclopedia of Travels by Grasset de Saint-Sauveur, a five-volume work published in Paris in 1795-1796.
Chief Dakota, Mandan squaw costumes
The carpenters of Bengal. Besides ordinary work in wood, they carve conch-shells into bracelets, make images of the gods, and paint religious pictures.
Botokuden or Aymoré people Indians from south-east Brazil.
The Sinhalese men dress in a comboy (sarong or amude), which is formed of a long piece of cloth, sewn together at the two ends.
The Persians in India.