Dazo, The Art of Traditional Bow and Arrow Making in Bhutan_Jaala Village
  • Manage No PI00005486
    Country Bhutan
    Year 2017-11-11
    ICH Domain Oral traditions and representations, Social practices, rituals, festive events, Traditional craft skills
Description Jaala Village, Bhutan Jaala village under Wangduephodrang District, which is located about 1310 metres above sea level, is popularly known for abundance of yangka bamboos, which are deemed the best for making traditional arrows. The bamboo and its use as arrows are a great source of income for the people of the village.
Photographer Ngawang Choden
Place Jala, Wangduephodrang District, Bhutan File Size 5.26MB
Definition 300 DPI File Format JPG
Copyright Ngawang Choden, ICHCAP Copyright

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