In my recent years which I have spent in Sudan, I’ve never paid attention to traditions and culture the way I should be. Sudan was nothing but a brown plot of land within the outlines of Africa with forced-upon customs of which no one had ever told me stories about. Life went by like this for years until one day I overlooked all of this. I found beauty in the variety and colours of the Sudanese culture and folklore. There is indeed a story to be told but needs a patient ear.
Libran Molds refers to myself, Marwah, a 30 year old Sudanese born under the Libra zodiac, characterised with taking interest in many things, unspecific, and an all through risk taker for lively experiences, but also a lover of beauty and harmony. I’ve taken these traits to focus on Sudan and compare it with the current, high paced social trends.
Hope you enjoy the read.
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Inspirations in the form of people, whom placed Sudan on the map with neon, words, and music notes.
A personal conversation about us, women, to us Sudanese. Converting beauty trends and standards to what fits a modern Zola. (Coming Soon)
Views and reviews on Sudanese contributions to art, in all forms of beautiful.
Colors, cause, and fashion is what draws a concept in the streets . A visual journal from Sudanese millennial within the districts of Khartoum. (Coming Soon)
A long-awaited journey along the Nile as it takes us to discover the states and people of Sudan. (Coming Soon)