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Rulex ni Dokhona.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Paat ni Dokhona.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Si thwrnai.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments, Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Muga Jwmgra.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Muga Dokhona.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Endi coat_blazer.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
द'खना थावसि_2023_01_07.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments, Traditional Practices
Riku Dima
Community
Dimasa
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Summary
The term is used to refer to the Border Design found in Dimasa traditional cloths. It includes geometrical, dotted, plants, animals, flowers, etc. Each of the Riku Dima has its own unique name.
Ji Danai.jpeg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Summary
Weaving is an indispensable part of the Bodo society where different types of clothes are woven. It used to be a part and parcel of every family some decades ago. Most Bodo women are still expert in weaving traditional clothes.
muthi.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments, Traditional Practices
Summary
मुथि (Muthi) is a handle that is connected to the harness that helps the weaver to control the shuttle thrown or passed back and forth through the shed, between the yarn threads of the warp in order to weave in the weft.
muthi asan.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments, Traditional Practices
Summary
मुथि आसान (Muthi Asan) is a beautiful ornament worn as a bangle, it is a mainly  silver made  bangle with a length of approx 6-7cm.
indi.jpg
Community
बर' Bodo
Category
Dress and Ornaments, Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Summary
The hand-woven mulberry silk fabric is very popular among the Bodo womenfolk and used in weddings and ceremonies. They create different designs of their liking on it and there are different qualities. The best qualities are in great demand.