Collection details
Collection ID PW01
Title Recordings of Brokpa
Description Recordings of Brokpa language, a Trans-Himalayan (Tibeto-Burman) language spoken in Bhutan and Northeast India.

Recordings were collected in 2018 and 2014. They include different versions of local history, traditional stories, life stories autobiographical accounts), natural conversations, mythologies, and procedural texts including narration of wedding ceremony and death ritual.
Archive link
Pema Wangdi
Operator Julia Colleen Miller
Originating university James Cook University
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DOI 10.26278/8387-YD60
Cite as Pema Wangdi (collector), 2014. Recordings of Brokpa. Collection PW01 at [Closed Access].
Access information
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Pema Wangdi
Data access conditions Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Data access details Request by depositor to keep items closed for 24 months (from 11 July 2022). If you require access to the data, please contact
Items in Collection (32)

Item Title Actions
001 Brokpa Marriage V1 Part 1 View
002 Brokpa Marriage V1 Part 2 View
003 Etymology of Merak View
004 Group Chat View
005 Hidden Village Mythical Story View
006 Life Story of Kelzang Namgay Part 1 View
007 Life Story of Kelzang Namgay Part 2 View
008 Life Story of Kelzang Namgay Part 3 View
009 Mendicant and Sparrows Mythical Story View
010 History of Brokpa people View

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