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|Source||Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal ( IGRMS )|
|Title||Pithoragarh Tour (Vol. I)|
|Medium||Mini Digital Video|
|Relation||1 of 4|
|Keywords||Pithoragarh Tour, Kandali Mahotsav, Rock Art, Lakhudiyar, Almora, Jogeshwar Temple, Pangoo Village, Bhimya Magari Temple, Worship, Pangoo Village, Sonsa Village, Customs, Traditions, Everyday Life, Traditional Costumes, Way Of Living, Ritual Slaughter|
|Description||In this video of Pithoragarh Tour we can see people celebrating Kandali Mahotsav, it contains shots of Rock Art at Lakhudiyar near Almora (Uttar Pradesh), some shots of Jogeshwar temple, worship in Bhimya Magari Temple at Pangoo Village on dated 17.10.1999, and some shots of everyday life and practices of people in Pangoo village, Ronto village, Vainku village, and Sonsa village and the practice of ritual slaughter can be seen. This programme was held in Pithoragarh (Uttarakhand).|
|Type||Mini Digital Video ( MDV )|
|Codec Name||H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10|
|Data Rate||641.360000 Kbit/s|
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