Graveyard of Kalash Valley

Kalash people always stuck to their centuries-old customs and rituals. There is a local proverb ‘When a Kalash is buried, his wealth is dug out, and when he is alive, his wealth is buried.’ In Kalash, death is a celebration. They sing and dance around the bodies of their loved ones for two to three days before burying them in a coffin and offer a feast with a sacrifice of 30 to 40 goats to guests who come to celebrate (not mourn) the death. The Kalash used to leave bodies in the graveyard without burying them, but now they have started burying them.

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