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Balgha (Arabic: البلغة, romanized: l-bəlġa), also spelled balga, belgha, or belga, are heelless slippers made from leather. They are part of traditional dress of the Muslim world and are related to Ancient Asia and the Chinese civilization.
Balgha are worn by men and women of all social classes, both in urban and rural areas.
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