|Film Description:||Reel 15 of 31|
ShotlistReel 15 of 31
Cat. Reel 164 1959: Reel 15: India. Dantewara. Jaipur
Buffalo dance, Muria Adivasis.
Pounding grain. Axe.
Narrow looms. (underexposed).
Twisting rope using toe.
Wedding ceremony. String instruments.
Mahua fermenting (used for cooking) (cu).
Man climbing tree.
Distillation apparatus (-see K.'s note on manufacture of liquor
from flowers of mahua tree.).
Man playing flute.
A green plant: cotyledon split open.
Building a fire using friction.
Rain hat and coat made of reeds.
Making reed brooms.
Ants (a source of food).
Wedding ceremony: 15 year old bride, 13 year old groom).
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Weaving, Wedding rituals, Dantewara, Jaipur, Distillation, Dance, Muria people, Adivasis|
|Tags:||Adivasis | Dancing | Dantewara | Distillation | Jaipur | Muria people | Weaving | Wedding rituals|
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