Himalayan festivals, the last Kalash

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1978. The Kalash of the Himalayas remain a mysterious and little known people. They live in three narrow valleys in Northern Pakistan near the Afghan border, believe in multiple gods, drink wine, and celebrate nature at each change of season according to the rites dictated by their shamans.

Two ethnologists, Viviane Lièvre and Jean-Yves Loude, and a photographer, Hervé Nègre, set out to meet them. They dream of living with them, of learning their language, of sharing their celebrations to try to understand how their polytheistic traditions have been able to survive.

Comic strip report mixing illustration and photography.

Product information

Publication Year
2018
Technical specification

Publisher: Musée des Confluences / La Boîte à bulles
Author: Jean-Yves Loude, Viviane Lièvre, Hervé Nègre, Hubert Maury
Book format : Paperback with flap
Weight : 0.606 Kg
Language : French
Where to buy : Musée des Confluences bookshop and bookstore network
Dimensions
19 × 26,5 cm
Number of Pages
96
EAN
9782849533208

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