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From:Journal of Asian Civilizations (Vol. 34, Issue 1)Byline: Alberto M. Cacopardo and Augusto S. Cacopardo Introduction Anthropological research under the aegis of IsMEO/IsIAO in Chitral and surroundings have been carried out since 1989 by A.M. Cacopardo and A.S....
From:Acta Orientalia (Vol. 71) Peer-ReviewedAbstract The author presents a collection of texts recorded in 2006-07 during the winter ritual cycle of the Kalasha of the Birir valley--in North-West Pakistan--who still practice an archaic form of polytheism with...
From:Acta Orientalia (Vol. 69) Peer-ReviewedThe Chaumos Winter Solstice Festival is the fulcrum of the ritual system of the Kalasha, the last polytheists of the Hindu Kush. The Chaumos of the Birir valley was documented for the first time in 2006 by the author....
From:Acta Orientalia (Vol. 71) Peer-ReviewedText no. 13 The melancholy chanted prayer ended after less than an hour, and the following song, sung in a merry tune that created a sharp contrast, concluded the ritual for the White Crow. tr'iku tr'aku ie...
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