Burma image, WA0244
|Digital Media Bank ID:||54288|
Burma image, WA0244. Image of object in World Art collection. Kachins sacrificing a cow at the Namhkek Manao [Namhkyek manau]. P.R. (Researcher's notes in brackets)
This monochrome photographic print is showing Kachins sacrificing a cow at the Namhkyek manau. Manau is a kind of communal festival celebrated by the Kachins in Burma (Myanmar). A large number of offerings would be made to different spirits at a manau festival, as well as the main offering that would be made to the spirit called 'Madai'.
This photograph was taken by James Henry Green in the 1920s, a recruiting officer for the Burma Rifles who spent more than twenty years in Burma, much of it based in the northern hill states.
|Categories:||Collections/ World Art|
Copyright & Re-use
|Credit Line:||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
|Licence:||All Rights Reserved|
|Caption:||Burma image, WA0244|
Object or Artwork info
|Source (of Object / Artwork):||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
James Henry Green Collection
|Other Keywords:||Photography; Burma; Myanmar|
|Size:||1.67 MB; 3112 x 2252 pixels; 263 x 191 mm (print at 300 DPI); 823 x 596 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|
|Linked Accession no.:||WA0244|