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Baekhu means something in the history of ancient India. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.
India history and geographySource: Mandala Texts: Tsharzo: Bamboo Work
Baekhu (བལ་ཁུ་) refers to a type of Bamboo product.—The expertise to produce high quality refined bamboo containers are found mostly in the lower part of Kheng region and also Kangpar area of eastern Bhutan. The most common refined bamboo product is the bangchung (བང་ཆུང་) vessel, which is used as plates for eating in most Bhutanese homes. [...] Other fine bamboo products include covers for religious artefacts, quiver for storing arrows, lagchu (ལག་ཅུང་) and tshogtrhung (ཚོགས་ཁྲུང་) vessels for serving food, baekhu (བལ་ཁུ་) container for wool and threads, and patsha dromchung (པ་ཚར་སྒྲོམ་ཅུང་) container for jewelries and important things. The fine bamboo and cane products are normally made with coloured bamboo.
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