ShotlistReel 21 of 24
(misidentified as Nepal)
Oxen turning mortar and pestle oil mill.
Fortress on hill.
Nest on top of tree/pole.
Form of bow drill.
A stone carving.
Stone carrier working. (mws).
Block statue. (cu).
Drinking water from spout.
Making bracelets from a resin (Several operations, heat used).
Woman carrying large basket.
Man filling skin water bag.
Resin working (making bangle bracelets).
Inserting "jewels" in bracelet - note warming pan.
Making resin bangle bracelets.
Stock of bangles (resin).
Dying of cloth.
A fort on hill.
A [Rabari] camp (note wooden wheels, bubble pipe, double skin bellows, portable anvil).
Potters' stick wheel.
Cattle and carts on road.
Temple on hill.
Road scenes (note peacock).
Several sadhus [sanyasi], (mws).
Covered bird cages and man carrying them.
Fort on hill.
Handling stone to make road shoulder. Women handling stones.
Small spindle (Kathmandu).
Stropping razor on wrist.
Cow with log hobble.
Washing in stream.
Pole and radiating string to keep birds from rice fields.
Palanquin, country road.
Shrines under tree (ws).
Stone hammer (mws).
Camel (India) - on way to Jaipur.
Shelter in field (ws, mws).
Carrying a bed.
People on road: Note palm tree.
Home-made musical instrument w/ resonating chamber.
Oil mill (dark).
Buzzards in field.
Women carrying bundles on head (ws).
Primitive school room.
Clay grain storage.
Well, cleaning teeth with two fingers.
Bride with elaborate necklaces and earrings. (cu).
Girl with earrings.
Rope-making (note use of toe).
Outdoor mill stone.
A grass hut.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||India, Jaipur, Kathmandu, Nepal, Sadhu, Sanyasi, Jewelry making, Jewelry|
|Tags:||India | Jaipur | Jewelry | Jewelry making | Kathmandu (Nepal) | Nepal | Sadhu | Sanyasi|
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