The mystic art of Susuk involves inserting foreign objects (e.g. gold needles) under the skin for various purposes. It has its roots in Malayan culture and is commonly practised in Southeast Asia. The susuk talisman is believed to bestow the wearer with many blessings, ranging from aesthetic enhancement to protection against minor injuries and ailments.
The Mask Dance of the Drums from Drametse is also known as Drametse Ngacham (also spelled Drametse Ngachham). It is a well-known sacred dance of the Bhutanese, whose cultural heritage has largely remained intact due to isolation from the rest of the world until the early 1960s.
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