Wooden phalluses are used in agricultural fields as a scarecrow when the crops start sprouting, and also as a fertility symbol, as seen here in a buckwheat field in the Chokhor Valley.
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- A farmer ploughing the fields on a steep hillside, Tang Valley
- Wooden phalluses in a basket for sale in Thimphu.
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