Livestock markets buzz ahead of Eid-ul-Azha

Published September 23, 2014
A trader feeds the cattle in a market set up in Chaman for Eid-ul-Azha.—Photo by Matiullah
A trader feeds the cattle in a market set up in Chaman for Eid-ul-Azha.—Photo by Matiullah
Afghan businessmen brought more than two thousand sheep this time from Afghanistan. —Photo by Matiullah
Afghan businessmen brought more than two thousand sheep this time from Afghanistan. —Photo by Matiullah
An early morning view of a bull from a cattle market in Chaman.—Photo by Matiullah
An early morning view of a bull from a cattle market in Chaman.—Photo by Matiullah
The livestock market is one of the biggest in Chaman, a city which has a border with Afghanistan.—Photo by Matiullah
The livestock market is one of the biggest in Chaman, a city which has a border with Afghanistan.—Photo by Matiullah
A red-horned bull stood out in the cattle market.—Photo by Matiullah
A red-horned bull stood out in the cattle market.—Photo by Matiullah
Both Afghan and Pakistani traders gather for an afternoon tea.—Photo by Matiullah
Both Afghan and Pakistani traders gather for an afternoon tea.—Photo by Matiullah
A trader brings his sheep early morning.—Photo by Matiullah
A trader brings his sheep early morning.—Photo by Matiullah
Haji Muhammad Mir waits for customers at an animal market especially set up in Chaman for Eid-ul-Azha.—Photo by Matiullah
Haji Muhammad Mir waits for customers at an animal market especially set up in Chaman for Eid-ul-Azha.—Photo by Matiullah
An Afghan trader brings his sheep to Pakistan to sell on the upcoming Eid.—Photo by Matiullah
An Afghan trader brings his sheep to Pakistan to sell on the upcoming Eid.—Photo by Matiullah
An overview of the animal market in Chaman.—Photo by Matiullah
An overview of the animal market in Chaman.—Photo by Matiullah

Traders from Pakistan and Afghanistan jointly contributed in the livestock market at the border town of Chaman. The sacrificial animal were brought in for the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha.

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