Nepal 1955 Reel 19 of 24
ShotlistReel 19 of 24
Top knot on boy. (cu).
Man using flint for fire.
Woman using hip loom.
Raymond Lambert Expedition leaving hotel in Katmandu to ascend Ganesh Himal (24,325'elevation)
Dance group (cost me 40 rupees).
Unidentified masked dance of Hinduism or Buddhism, celebrated by the Newari ethnic group. Bhaktapur (Sept. 3, 1955)
Note headdress, hair, masks, bells below knees.
Fanning a kiln.
Kiln (Note long "pipe" at right).
Pottery making. Girl, (mws).
Newari Dance: Many cu of characters (marks, headdress, chest decorations, bells
Carrying pottery using poles (Bhadgaon) (over-exposed at 8:18).
Corn storage on tree. (in village).
Carrying stones and pottery on poles.
Carrying a cabinet.
Terrace rice fields.
Wrapping wire/ribbon around yarn. (mws).
Drying peppers in street.
A small temple. (mws).
Boy making rope, using feet and hands. (mws)
Stone carved elephants.
Dismantled ceremonial wagon. Large wheel.
Man with tassel, sewing. (cu).
Temples and decorations.
Woman pounding cloth.
Making warp thread, (slightly over-exposed).
A battery of "stick" potter's wheels.
|Film Creator||Watson Kintner|
|Topics||Nepal, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Newaris, Newari people|
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