Dazo, The Art of Traditional Bow and Arrow Making in Bhutan_Fletching
  • Manage No PI00005499
    Country Bhutan
    Year 2017-11-11
    ICH Domain Oral traditions and representations, Social practices, rituals, festive events, Traditional craft skills
Description Four equal lengths of around 14cm cello tape are cut out and pasted together on one end of the shaft using traditional glue made from animal hide called Lachhu. The cello tapes are glued and pasted perfectly to ensure that cellotape-made feathers are not twisted, if the feather get twisted, then the arrow become worst than one with twisted shaft.
Photographer Jigme Choden & Ngawang Choden
Place Thimphu, Bhutan File Size 3.79MB
Definition 300 DPI File Format JPG
Copyright Jigme Choden & Ngawang Choden, ICHCAP Copyright

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