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( Social Sciences and Humanities, 1900 - 2000 )

Hiroshi Ishii

Contents

1. Introduction

2. Works before 1990

3. Works after 1990

3.1. Nepal

3.2. Bhutan

3.3. Other Himalayan Areas

3.4. General Works on the Himalayas and Nepal

4. Conclusion

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3.2. Bhutan

K. Yamamoto has written a finely illustrated book on textiles of Bhutan dealing mainly with womenfs

costume kira, secondarily with the menfs go, and then with other kinds of costume.

She classifies textiles according to the ways they are woven, lists the names of the parts of the kira, and describes

the types of threads, the ways of dyeing, kinds of weaving machines, the warping, design, and weaving techniques.

She extends her perspective also to the textiles of the Lepchas, to Tibet, and to

some areas in north-eastern India such as Nagaland, Manipur, and Aru-nachal Pradesh.

Her previous book (1991) provides basic information on Bhutan including a guide to books and articles on Bhutan written in Japanese.

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