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Attire of a Professional Beggar

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Attire of a Professional Beggar
Beggar with Drums Outside a Temple
Travelling beggar with everything he has (includes drums and bells). Budubuduke player, Goa, 1986

See also:
The Begging Profession of India, Interviews with Poverty, A Brahmin Vatu (student) begs his first meal, Lady Giving Alms at the Temple

Indian Clothing
Indian Clothing

The Princely Attire of Salar JungThe Long Gown Worn by a NawabColorful Attire of a Rajasthani Man Military Attire of Jamadar Muddu Krishna SinghElder in Traditional Indian AttirePortrait of an AristocratAttire of Noblemen of Mysore Ancient Lungi ?Nobleman of Mysore with Family
Indian Attire During the Changing TimesSomething New, Something OldIllustration Showing Wrapping Pattern of a SareeA Young Girl from Mizoram in her Traditional DressChudidars Hung for SaleA Nobleman depcited in Kavi ArtThe Lungi Attire of FarmersYou are hereHow to Build Houses While Wearing a Sari
The Mysore TurbanSaree is worn by young and the old alikePicture of a VillagerShepherd Boy with a Woolen HoodThe Long Gown Worn by a NawabPrincely Costume of MysoreKameez and Odhani OutfitMember of the Mysore Palace StaffA Costume of India
Ancient Costumes of IndiaCostume of a Cymbals PlayerA Young Girl from Mizoram in her Traditional DressThe Embroidered Woolen Cap of Ibrahim Adil Shah IIInexpensively Decorated HeadgearTypical Headgear worn by Sikhs and Muslims in IndiaThe Kavi (Indian Red) Turban of Swami VivekanandaThe Turayi Headgear of a Halakki TribalTilaks Maharashtrian Turban Popular during 18th-19th centuries
The Turban of Pandit Madan Mohan MalaviyaThe Elaborate Turban of a Nobleman, MysoreKulavi the stitched Head GearQuilted Hat of a Vijayanagar NoblemanRumal of a Farmer in KarnatakaThe worn out cap of a homeless manThe Man in PinkThe Colorful Turban of a Sufi MysticMarwadis Marvelous Turban
Sikh youngster with sporty Head GearMan in Yellow Turban (Peta)Festive Turban of a Sikh YoungsterHappy Villager from Rajasthan, IndiaMan in Red TurbanMan in Red RumalMan in Gandhi Topi Wealthy Mans Elongated Cap with Studded EmeraldsMoulana Lungis
Tribal Saree Styles -- Notice how short the saree isThe Saree as  CradleTribal Woman in a Old-fashioned Bordered SareeHow to Dance in a SareeA Saree Advertisement of 1950s from Phoenix CompanyWoman in her Vanity Putting on a SareeSaree Style Popular in Malabar 1900 A.D.The Throw of a SareeGirl Gets Help Putting on a Saree
Yet Another Variety of Wearing the SareeThe Half-SareeEmbroidery on a Silk SareeHow Fight Battle in a SareeThe Sari is the Attire of the Poor as well as of the RichThe Sari is Not a Deterrent to this Ephemeral ArtistThe Simple Cotton Saree of a Street VendorWomen in SareesTheres No Such Thing as a Maternity Saree
A Fashionable Style of SareeA Style of the Saree Worn Below Navel

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