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Khambu Culture

The Khambu Rai people are a part of the ethnic group called Kiratis. They are essentially nature worships with the Hearth Stones being their primary sanctum sanctorum.

Cham – Ritualistic songs of the Kirati Khambu Rai people

Ritualistic songs, deeply rooted in the Mundhum, constitute an integral facet of the Kirati Khambu Rai cultural narrative acting as a platform for recognizing and reconciling identities.

The Inimitable Khambu “Flower” Shaman

Bungpenmi, or Bungmangpa is the inimitable one, unique, for he views life essence as flowers and heals the ailing, using it. Bungpenmis are very rare among a host of different types of Shamans in the Kirat Khambu Rai tribe.