The team of French and Jordanian experts also found over 250 artifacts at the site, including exquisite animal figurines, which they believe were used in rituals to invoke supernatural forces for successful hunts.
The festival drew visitors to discover the charm and aesthetics of folk arts and the details of Emirati customs and traditions through a variety of activities and cultural experiences.
The documentary offers a peek into the exciting world of discovery, adventure, fun, knowledge and scientific insights represented by the island.
Journeying through the streets of Sharjah during the sacred month of Ramadan is a cultural and spiritual experience that will leave a lasting impression on travellers.
‘The Horror House’ at the festival introduces you to spooky creatures from Emirati folklore.
The nomadic lifestyle of the Bedouins is characterised by simple but beautiful traditions.
Visitors at the festival expressed their joy and surprise at being able to witness aspects of Emirati and global cultural traditions up close and in a way they hadn’t before.
The Kazakhstan pavilion at Sharjah Heritage Days is a great place to learn about the country’s respect for the hardy animal
Over the years I have come to realise that the similarity between Luqaimat and Puff Puff is one out of a lot of things that make up how similar cultures are.