Nose piercing - Wikipedia

The septum piercing is popular in countrysides of India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. In India such piercing is called the 'Nathori' and popular with the Banjara ethnic groups and Adivasi tribes. Lord Krishna and his consort Radharani are often depicted wearing the 'Nathori' style jewel nose pieces.Jewelry: nose stud, nose bone, Circular barbell, ……

A Traditional African Style Remixed: 10 Gorgeous Photos of ...

Jun 15, 2015 · Interesting Fact: The Fulani or Fula people are one of the Africa’s largest ethnolinguistic groups. With a population of over 40 million. They also traditionally adorn themselves with septum piercings. Before the septum piercing was “punk rock” or “hipster” it was African. Can we start recognizing our own culture? pic.twitter.com/0qJoDiHMAyAuthor: BGLH…

AfroBeauty - AfroStyle Magazine

Popular among the Aztecs, the Mayans and tribes of New Guinea was the septum piercing in which pierced noses are adorned with bones and feathers to symbolize wealth and (among men) virility. In addition, gold septum rings are adorned the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas- a practice continued to this day by the Kuna of Panama.…

History of Body Piercing - Tribu

Expanded ear piercings or more generally referred to as stretched earlobes is a tradition that has lived for centuries - particularly those of the earlobes and lower lip. For many of the world's tribes, it is even an essential body modification.…

History of Body Piercings Painfulpleasures Inc

Septum piercing is particularly prevalent among warrior cultures, most likely due to the fact that a warrior with a large tusk through the septum looks especially fierce. The use of septum tusks is very prevalent in Irian Jaya, New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, with pigs' tusks being the most popular material used as septum jewelry.…