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constantarrival: Ritual Tibetan character of a deer (Tibetan... (kleidersachen)

constantarrival: Ritual Tibetan character of a deer (Tibetan... (kleidersachen)

The monk in the deer’s dressed performs religious dance called Cham in Tibetan society. Local people’s really like to sit and catch the whole sessions of such dances. It happens once a year.

Tibet - the monk in the deer costume performs the religious dance called Cham in Tibetan society. Local people really like to sit and catch the whole sessions of these dances, which happen once a year.

Yoruba Masked Ritual Dancer, Nigeria   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

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Tibetan ritual dancers depicting entities encountered in the Bardo worlds.

Auchmithie ritual dancers depicting entities encountered in the Dowrie Woods

A ritual dance described as Tibetan Buddhist, likely photographed at the Yellow Temple near the since demolished Anding Gate in northern Beijing, Photo by Heinz von Perckhammer, an Austrian marine navy soldier from Meran (now in Italy) who lived in China between 1914 and 1927. After the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and his retirement from the military, he worked as a photographer in Beijing.

A ritual dance described as Tibetan Buddhist, likely photographed at the Yellow Temple near the since demolished Anding Gate in northern Beijing, Photo by Heinz von Perckhammer,

Malagan (a.k.a. Malanggan) ceremony, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea. The ceremony has its roots in funerary rites, but the ceremonies take several days and cover an enormous amount of social and political territory in the process. Malagan masks are now world-famous. Traditionally these were burnt at the conclusion of the event; in modern times most are now retained, as the carving tradition is now only known by a few.  Photo ©Chris Rainier

La belleza de los pueblos indígenas. - Fotografía.

Malagan (a. Malanggan) ceremony, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.

Siberian shaman, wearing ritual headdress.

“The Hungarian shaman traveled on horseback, which he usually purchased as a…

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