From Bahrain: Heya Beya

Every year on the eve of Eid Al Adha (Arafa Day) the shores of Bahrain get crowded with happy children wearing beautiful and colourful traditional cloths celebrating Heya Beya. Heya Beya is an old Bahraini traditional annual ritual which is inspired by Prophet Abraham (in Arabic Ebrahim)  and lessons learned from sacrificing his son . Eid Al Adha is also […]

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Ramadan nights at Saffron Muharraq

Last week Bahrain Bloggers were invited to the new branch of Saffron restaurant / coffee house     The new location of Saffron 2 is in what I like to call the cultural village or the new developed Muharraq neighborhoods part of the Ministry of Culture heritage site “Pearl Route”.     The place was called Bait AlQahwa […]

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Qahwa postcard

Shireen Dew is a graphic designer based in UK who was born in Bahrain! We stumbled upon each other through the social networks. She was interested is one of my photos from Muharraq. She asked for my permission to use it in a postcard design and of course I didn’t mind it. When Shireen sent me the final design […]

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