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Txiv Need Shaman Scroll

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Destination: Hanoi, Vietnam

Named after the Txiv Neeb, the shaman or master of spirits, this intricately painted scroll depicts some of the Hmong deities and tribal ancestors. Once consecrated by the shaman, scrolls like this one are believed to be inhabited by the Gods, a way for the shaman to communicate directly with the worshippers’ ancestors. 


The Hmong were one of the tribal minorities expelled from the lowlands of China in the 18th century. Migrating to Northern Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, they brought with them a rich tradition of shamanist practices.... Read More

Details and Dimensions

42 x 17"
Ink and water based paint reproduction on rice paper scroll.

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