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19th century illustration from Sougandhika Parinaya depicts a drinking scene.

Drinking in Ancient India
Drinking in 
Ancient India

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Drinking Couple -- Sculpture from a Stupa in SanchiThe Connoisseur Wining his MateWining the WomanMan Offering a Drink to his PartnerEnhancement of Intimacy through a Drink
Have One More Sip!Bottoms up!A drink transforms him into a philosopher!Women chatting over a bowl of alcoholMen Enjoying Wine and Women
She had a drink too much!A Servant Serving Wine to LoversTapping Toddy from a Palm TreeA Lady Carrying Toddy (homemade wine) in an Earthen PotToddy (home-made wine) being loaded in a leather pouch
Seductress with a wine glassLady with a Drinking BowlYou are here

 
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