ICH Inventory / National Inventory

1. Ath-i
9-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0001
Ath-i: Knowledge related to social practices
2. Jirgaskarik Nanawaty

9-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0002
Jirgaskarik Nanawaty: Traditional judicial system for conflict resolution
3. Khaspiawaw

11-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0003
Khaspiawaw: Herbal medicinal knowledge of the Kalasha
4. Pin Gal

11-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0004
Pin Gal: literally translated to ‘small ball game’: Snow Golf
5. Shushat Making

11-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0005
Shushut-Making: The craftsmanship involved in the weaving of a traditional headdress worn by the Kalasha women
6. Goshnik

11-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0006
Goshnik: Rite of passage used to initiate young children into the Kalasha religion
7. Janik
8. Ja'un (Walnut Bread)

12-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0008
Ja’un (Walnut Bread): The preparation of walnut bread and its role in Kalasha rituals
9. Jush

13-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0009
Jush: Culinary knowledge related to the preparation of a meat based stew/soup. The soup is called Jush in Chitrali language and Kahaie in Kalashamon.
10. Ghona Chanja

13-Feb-2016
16-KP-CH-CH-AY-BM-0010
Ghona Chanja: Kalasha ritual during the winter solstice festival (Chawmoss) to give offerings to the visiting deity- Balumain