Yörüks are a nomadic people that have been around for centuries and developed a culture present both in Asia and all over the world.
Çatalhöyük is the oldest known proto-city settlement in human history. Artifacts have been discovered in this 9,000 year old site that change what we know about the history of human settlement. While it may not be as well-known or as critical as some of the other artifacts that’ve been found, for us the Anatolian kilims found are the most valuable to tell the story of both the past and the present.
India is one of the most diverse and colorful countries in the world, with a dizzying array of cultures, art and beliefs.
One of the ancient forms of art within Turkic tribes of Anatolia is that of carpet-weaving. The oldest known Turkish carpet is the Pazyryk, found in the Altai mountains dating back to the 4th century BC.
One of the oldest ways of expression in art is by forming materials such as clay, marble, or wood into abstract or concrete images to express emotions, moods and beliefs.