THARU TRIBAL ART THARU DOOR OLD ITALIAN COLLECTION ETHNOFLORENCE ART PHOTO ARCHIVE

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

2008 – 2016

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THARU TRIBAL ART
THARU DOOR
FROM THE PHOTO ARCHIVE OF AN OLD
ITALIAN COLLECTION
COURTESY OF ETHNO
EIDOS PHOTO ARCHIVE

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LES JEUDIS DE L’ESPACE DURAND-DESSERT‏ Conférence sur ” Les maladies dans l’art ” par le docteur Philippe Charlier

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DEVANT LE SUCCES REMPORTE

L’EXPOSITION

MASQUES ARTS TRIBAUX ET CHAMANIQUES

DE L’HIMALAYA

est prolongé celle-ci au

30 avril

http://www.espacelmdd.com/index.html

DANS LE CADRE DES

JEUDIS DE L’ESPACE DURAND DESSERT

28, RUE DE LAPPE

PARIS 11ème

nous vous rappelons que le

Docteur

PHILIPPE CHARLIER

PHATHOGRAPHE

  parlera des maladies et anomalies humaines

qui ressortent de l’examen des Masques de l’Himalaya

27 janvier

Sa conference commencera à 19 h 

http://www.espacelmdd.com/index.html

http://pathographie.blogspot.com/2008/04/tude-mdicale-dune-collection-de-masques.html

http://www.letoitdumonde.net/

 

 

JHANKRI NEPALESE SHAMANS Patrick Saint Martin

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

2008 – 2016

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JHANKRI

 NEPALESE SHAMANS

Photo Courtesy of

PATRICK SAINT MARTIN

PART II

PART I see more on

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2011/01/15/shamans-nepal-shamans-pelerinage-sur-la-montagne-sacree-de-k.html

Pictures took during the  Pelerinage sur la montagne sacree de Kalingchok pour la pleine lune de Kartik-purnima 

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SHAMANS NEPAL JHANKRI NEPALESE SHAMANS

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

2008 – 2016

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JHANKRI

 NEPALESE SHAMANS

Photo Courtesy of

PATRICK SAINT MARTIN

PART I

PART II

See more on

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/archive/2011/01/16/jhankri-nepalese-shamans-patrick-saint-martin.html

Pictures took during the  Pelerinage sur la montagne sacree de Kalingchok pour la pleine lune de Kartik-purnima 

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THE WORLD OF Nepalese SHAMAN AND SHAMANISM Shaman tradition of Kham Magars

THE WORLD OF NEPALESE SHAMAN’S TRADITION OF KHAM MAGARS

PHOTO AND TEXT COURTESY

OF

BASANTA MAHARJAN

http://focusasia.blogspot.com/

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TheJhankri tradition (Shamanism) is a popular practice in the Kham Magar community of western Nepal i.e. places like Rolpa
and Rukum. The jhankris are dressed up in special kind of trousers, have their faces painted and wear feathers of falcon
and foliage on their head. They use porcupine needles, Ot, tiger cub’s skin, Thawa, tail of a yak, palm of a grizzly bear,
claws of vulture and rodents as other accessories. They also carry a large drum, called Dhwangro and a beating stick called
Makke. They wear wooden ornament called Chemali on the right wrist.

The jhankri tradition is a natural, spiritual and psychological practice of healing. The old jhankris pass on this special
art of manipulating a patient’s mind to cure an illness to their disciples.

Every year, the jhankris from all around the community assemble for a special kind of jamboree called Pumsine. The locals
actively volunteer for the smooth running of the Pumsine and help the jhankris with the needful. The jhankris spend a day
and a night beating their drums and chanting. The disciples are then taken on top of a tree where the special spells are
passed on from the teacher. Pumsine is also an important occasion for fresh jhankris meet old ones and find a suitable
teacher to learn and inherit the art from.

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 Photo and text

courtesy of

Basanta Maharjan

http://focusasia.blogspot.com/

Katmandu

Nepal

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