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Community
Dimasa
Category
History
Summary
Shama Mandir is a temple where goddess Kali is worship by both Dimasa and Non-Dimasa people.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is a short Discussion on taboos that exists among the DImasa people of Kumacherra village.
Thuri, Thakri odehe Khunthon.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Summary
This image consists of three tools which are Thuri, Thakri and Khunthon. 'Thuri and Thakri' is a traditional wooden tool used for spinning and yarning of 'Khunthon' (Endi or Eri silk yarn ball)
Kharikho.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Summary
Kharikho is a traditional tool of Dimasa people for straining 'Khari' (Alkali).
Khadu Dima.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Dress and Ornaments
Summary
'Khadu Dima' is a traditional silver made bangle or bracelet wore by Dimasa womenfolk.
Khangkra.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
'Khangkra' is a bamboo made basket of Dimasa people used for storying and carrying miscellaneous.
Khasa ni Makhamdu.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
'Khasa ni Makhamdu' is a traditional Bronze made cooking vessel, used by Dimasa people.
Giship.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Summary
A 'Giship' is a bamboo made traditional hand fan of Dimasa people.
Daphlamdu jebyaba Khangkra.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
The above photo is of a traditional basket of Dimasa people usually used as a cage for keeping Ducks.
Khaojep.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
it is a traditional bamboo made ornament casket of Dimasa people.
Wadu ni Gonthai.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
'Wadu ni Gonthai' is a traditional instrument made of thread for creating and experimenting designs (Rikhu) before being woven in the clothes.
Sanni.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments
Summary
This particular tool is used by Dimasa people for straining rice wine.