Tribute to Patrick de Charette
We were about ten people gathered by the association for the spreading of Himalayan culture in the art gallery "Le Toit du Monde" on Visconti street to evoke the memory of Patrick.
• Summary of the reading of Rémi Bordes' testimony
• Summary of the reading of Blandine Ripert's testimony
• Testimony of Ram Panday, professor of Nepalese at Inalco
• Presentation of Patrick's action at "Triple Gem" by Anne du Merle
• Memories of Nathalie, Patrick's colleague at Inalco
• Testimony of Chantal, Patrick's sister, on her life before the Nepalese experience
• Testimony of Nadine Crété, friend and colleague of Patrick, also secretary of Triple Gem
TRIBAL DOORS of Central India
By Renzo Freschi, 1983
A vast area of central India - the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa - is still home to many tribes descended from the aborigines who, since the Aryan invasions, have been slowly but surely pushed into remote and inaccessible areas where they have continued to live. following their own traditions Some of these tribes still use bows and arrows and live from hunting, fishing and what they gather in the forest. Others practice a primitive form of agriculture, speak unwritten languages and pass on oral myths and traditions that distinguish them from the much larger Hindu population.
Paleopathology of kapala and damaru
Paleopathology of kapala and damaru: contribution of osteoarchaeology to their selection criteria
By P. Charlier, I. Huynh-Charlier, F. Pannier et N. Bazin
in, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Masks and Tribal Arts of the Himalayas - Cernuschi Museum, Paris 2007.
Medical study of a collection of Himalayan masks: icono-diagnosis of diseases of the face and neck.
By P. Charlier, I. Huynh-Charlier, L. Brun et F. Pannier
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Masks and Tribal Arts of the Himalayas Cernuschi Museum, Paris 2007.
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