BIO My name is Aysha, born in 28th of November 1992. I am a Sagittarius, the most open-‐minded sign in the Zodiac. Yes I am nineties kid, who still watches loony tunes & the Rugrats. I have many friends in spite of myself. I live with purpose, I say the courageous things, I celebrate a simple gift, and I follow my dreams. This is my happy life. I do what I love and most passionate about, horse ridding. I am an active person who loves sports. Fast learner and love to try new things. And when I take a chance I never look back! I graduated from Dubai National school and currently studying in Zayed University, majoring in Interior Design. Interior design is something I love and it’s my dream to get to work as a designer someday. Things always get better with me because I surround myself with people who are only going to lift me higher.
white leather hood. Good quality. Highly expensive.
Description: The burqa is a pair of small-sized face of the bird has a small hole in the middle comes out the beak of the falcon, and the burqa comes in soft colours and beautiful forms must be comfortable for the falcon or the falcon will reject the hood outright. This burqa is beautifully made in Suede Leather Arab Hood. It belongs to my father’s favourite falcon “Wirya” died 5 years ago. Was a Gyr female falcon dark black to fairly white.
The Hood (Burqa) is the most important piece of equipment because it keeps the falcon in a calm state. The hood is handmade, often from kip leather or suitable kangaroo leather. This hood designed to best represent the shape of the falconâ€™s head, also allowing space for the eyes with an adequate neck width. This hood is nearly 7 years old, it is still being used for other falcons that belongs to my father. Due to its expensive price and good quality. Interview Techniques: Name: Abdulla Saif Bin Thalith Relation: Father Interview Questions: Is there a story behind this burqa? How old is this Burqa? Who bought it? What is it made of? What is so special about it? Where is it now? Does it symbolise anything? Who was the first to wear this burqa? And is it being used now? This Burqa was so special to my father, for some reasons. First
it was a gift from His Highness Sheikh Ahmad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. His dearest friend. For the best gyrfalcon at that time â€œWiryaâ€? who was the first to wear the burqa. My father & Sheikh Ahmad both shared the same hobby, falconry. Its not just a hobby is a lifestyle. Falconers must devote time to their birds each and every day, 365 days a year. 7 years ago until now this burqa is being used by my father for his other falcons. The Burqa is handmade, beautifully made in Suede Leather supplied with black leather braces. Leather symbolises and represents the falcons status, strength and heritage.
HH Sheikh Ahmad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum training Queen Of Spades
Abdulla Saif, My Father, training Zaal.
“Falconry is an art. It requires long hours, constant devotion, finesse, subtlety and skill. The falconer must train a bird of prey to fly free, hunt for a human being and then accept a return to captivity.” According to Ted Benzon, administrator for the falconry program for South Dakota’s Game Fish & Parks Department.