The Saudi Ministry of Culture hosted an event to allow the kingdom's youth to interact with the customs and traditions of the Bedouins across the Arabian Peninsula, which began on March 16 and ran until March 20 at the Palace of Culture in the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh.
Sadu, a traditional embroidered Bedouin fabric woven from camel hair, goat hair, or sheep's wool, is a common feature of traditional clothing throughout the Arabian Peninsula.
It is also used in building the house of poetry, the Bedouin tent that protects those inside it from the heat of the sun and the coldness of the desert.
 3D art showing that Sadu is known in different countries such as Mali, India, United Arab Emirates, Romania and Mexico.
The exhibition included five main sections: Sadu Across Continents, Sadu Weaving Exhibition, Art Galleries, Sadu Fashion Exhibition, and Saudi Sadu in the Eye of the World. Craftsmen and musicians also participated to create a culturally rich experience for visitors.
"Al-Sadu's Tale" will be held from 16 to 20 March at the Palace of Culture in the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh, so do not hesitate to visit it.