From the album Mahraganat Music

Two young ladies watch the maharaganat shaabi singer Ahmed Karika, nicknamed Khashiba, from behind the curtains of an apartment in Matareya. The street events are almost purely male crowds as it would be culturally unacceptable for young women to join in the dancing and celebration. So women are usually confined to their own segregated parties, or a section of the street away from the stage.