Original handcrafted ceramic sculpture
A code of life practiced for nearly 2000 years by the fiercely loyal and independent Pashtun tribes of the Far Eastern region of Afghanistan.
A moral code that primarily shows hospitality and profound respect to all visitors, regardless of race, religion, national affiliation or economic status and doing so without any hope of remuneration or favour.
To offer protection and asylum to a person against an enemy. Even an enemy of their own is bound to the code of Pashtunwali when approaching and seeking sanctuary. This is adhered to at all costs!
Other principles and rules of behaviour of Pashtunwali are Justice, Loyalty, Bravery, Kindness, Arbitration, Respect and Pride, Courage, Honour and the protection of the weak.