Duhumbi immaterial culture

Timotheus Adrianus Bodt
Short description: This collection of videos, audio and photo files displays Duhumbi aspects of immaterial culture between 2012 and 2017. This includes songs and dance, dünchang, mani tam riddles, picnics, stories and tales, and the famous Azhi Lamu dance. All these immaterial cultural practices have seen a rapid decline with the advent of electricity, television and mobile phones to the area. Mani tam are hardly practiced anymore, the longer stories are only told during losar,...
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