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Villagers eating prasad after the ritual

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  • Villagers eating prasad (English )

Tibet and Himalayas: Harvest Festival, Bhutan Cultural Library

Location: Pelrithang (Latitude: 26.921764; Longitude: 90.502075)


by Monika Subba

The Villagers eating prasad after the ritual. They cook kher (is cooked out of milk, rice, butter and sugar) as a prasad during the ritual. The other type of prasad contains raw rice mixed with milk and honey. The rice, milk and honey are given by the villagers to perform the ritual.

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This resource was provided by Shejun (Documentation of Bhutan's Oral Cultures sponsored by Arcadia). The copyright holder is Shejun (only private uses permitted).

Resource type: Image

Photographer: Monika Subba

Photograph Date: 04/Nov/2014

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