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Brokpa Woman and Child, 2010

Cat Vinton

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Behind the Image

by Cat Vinton

Women command a high degree of respect from their husbands and children, often functioning as the head of the family. They are pivotal in deciding such matters as the marriage of their children, when to migrate during the summer months, and typically take charge of the family finances. The Brokpa still use a barter system, and exchange their yak products for grains, oil, salt, sugar, and chilies in the neighboring 'gewogs' (groups of villages) and also in Arunachal Pradesh, in India.
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