The people of Lashar are of european descent who immigrated to the Persian Gulf as Spanish traders around the nineteenth century, they are called Ahl-i Hava (Followers of the winds) and worship the winds. They are believed to be of Caucasian origin.
A village in Lashar
Entrance to a "toup", house of palm branches. Walls of these houses are covered with a mixture of straw and mud and their ceiling is covered by "daz" (fan palm) leaves.