LIVING FABRIC: Weaving Among the Nomads of Ladakh Himalaya
Offers the first study of the tradition of weaving among the nomadic pastoralists of Rupshu, in eastern Ladakh. Weaving touches all aspects of life in Rupshu, where both men and women weave, each on their own loom. Documents the ways that fibers, weaving, and textiles are symbolized. Well illustrated, most in color.
Size: 8½x11 inches
Item #: 2970643
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