The massive dhow is named “Obaid,” after the famous Emirati shipbuilder Obaid Jumaa Bin Majid Al Falasi in the 1940s.
The authentic activities come in collaboration with ‘Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah’ and ‘Designer Budoor Al Khoori’. The kit contains 11 tailor-made traditional activities in fabric envelopes that include amusing activities for the whole family
Saudi Arabia is known for its heritage and culture. People of Taif in Saudi Arabia strive hard to keep alive a century old tradition of dancing with guns called ‘Tasheer’.
A spokesperson for the government said, “There is no doubt that whaling in the Faroe Islands is a dramatic sight for people unfamiliar with hunting and the slaughter of mammals."
Individual Emirati falconers have demonstrated their skills in breeding champion falcons in the General Public category of the ongoing Fazza Championship for Falconry-Telwah. The competitions have witnessed the mixed participation across the GCC falconers and teams from the Sheikhs categories.