‘Mukha’: The Mask Tradition of Assam-with Special Reference to Samaguri Sattra

@inproceedings{Bordoloi2020MukhaTM,
  title={‘Mukha’: The Mask Tradition of Assam-with Special Reference to Samaguri Sattra},
  author={Saswati Bordoloi},
  year={2020}
}
  • Saswati Bordoloi
  • Published 2020
  • Art
  • Cultural heritage influences every aspect of life. Man has made the masks in dance rituals, dramas, folk songs, temples and different socio-cultural context. The use of masks in rituals or ceremonies is a very ancient human practice across the world. This mask or mukhas are said to be the base of the Assamese culture and tradition. They are worn mostly in bhaonas . Materials like bamboo, cane, cloth, clay etc. are used for making masks. Samaguri Sattra is a place of conservation and retention… CONTINUE READING

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