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Aathpahariya Rai folklore and folklife

TulasД« Divasa

Aathpahariya Rai folklore and folklife

[a study of living cultural heritage of Aathpahariya Rai people]

by TulasД« Divasa

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Published by Nepali Folklore Society in Kathmandu .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-200).

Statementproject director, Tulasi Diwasa ; editors, Tulasi Diwasa, Sarad Pradhan ; field researchers, Bulu Mukarung, Shambhu Khatiwada, Luisang Waiba ; translator, Hari Bahadur K.C.
SeriesFolklore and folklife study: a survey of living cultural heritage of Nepal -- publication 3
ContributionsMukāruṅa, Bulu, 1959-, Loka Sāhitya Parishad (Nepal)
The Physical Object
Pagination200 p. :
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25006805M
ISBN 109937536065
ISBN 109789937536066
LC Control Number2011323970

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