Both men and women of Dulong nationality have hair, with eyebrows at the front, shoulders at the back, ears at the left and right, and hair cut with two knives. In the past, both men and women were dressed in linen. When wearing it, they tucked it from the left shoulder to the chest, inside the right chest, exposing the right arm, tied with straw rope or bamboo needle, and fell freely. They usually dress in the daytime and make quilts at night.
Introduction to Dulong nationality
Dulong People mainly live in Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture and Gongshan Dulong Nu Autonomous County in Northwest Yunnan Province. Dulong nationality is one of the minority nationalities in China that still retains the characteristics of patriarchal family commune at the end of primitive society. Although it has been on the road of disintegration in the general development trend, it still has the obvious characteristics of paternal family commune in terms of productivity, land form, social organization and marriage system. The Dulong people worship natural things and believe that all things have spirits. They regard all natural and man-made disasters and diseases as having a supernatural God's power at work. Therefore, mountains, rivers, big trees and boulders have become the objects of worship.
There are few documents about Dulong nationality. It is called "pry" in the historical records of Yuan Dynasty and "Qiu Ren" after Qing Dynasty. He called it "Qiu pa", "Luo", "Qu Luo" and so on. There are no characters in Dulong nationality, so they usually use wood carving to record events for communication. Before the founding of the people's Republic of China, slash and burn farming and hunting were the production forms, which were still in the disintegration stage of the primitive patriarchal family commune. After the founding of the people's Republic of China, it was named Dulong nationality according to the wishes of the people.
The traditional clothing of the Dulong People is used to use a piece of Dulong blanket (the blanket is made of cotton and hemp by hand, and is a unique national handicraft of the Dulong People. It is soft, simple and elegant). It is pulled from the armpit of the left shoulder to the chest, exposing the right arm of the left shoulder. The corner of the left shoulder is tied with straw rope or bamboo needle, and the waist is wearing a crossbow, arrow bag and machete. Most women wear dyed oil rattan rings around their waists for decoration. They often wear colorful beads, chest chains, earrings, and even copper coins and silver coins hanging on their necks and ears. Most Dulong women wear Bamboo Earrings and large copper rings. Influenced by the Tibetan people, they also wear large silver earrings inlaid with coral or turquoise. When women go out, they have to carry delicate bamboo baskets. Men and women do not wear hats, hair, barefoot. Dulong men do not have a common tattoo habit, but when some boys are one year old, their parents should stab the clan symbol on their wrists or arms to avoid evil spirits and ensure safety. In the past, Dulong women began to tattoo their faces when they were adults. In the past, Dulong men used to use a blanket to cover their back, tuck them in from left to right, tie them to their chest, and wear shorts to cover their hips and thighs. Women with two long cloth, from the shoulder to the knee, around the front. Both men and women are distributed, with eyebrows at the front, shoulders at the back, and ears at the left and right. Two ears or wear ring or insert refined bamboo tube. Durong people generally wear cloth clothes, but they still wear striped blankets. The adornment of Dulong nationality is quite unique. Both men and women like to dye the cane red as bracelet and waist ring ornaments. Men will wear machetes, crossbows and arrow bags when they go out; women will wear large flowered towels on their heads and beads on their necks. Dulong textile technology is more efficient, and the hemp carpet has excellent texture, harmonious color and distinctive characteristics.
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