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Rumal of a Muria Youngster

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Rumal of a Muria Youngster
Inexpensively Decorated Headgear
A Youngster belonging to the Muria Tribe

See also:
A Youngster Belonging to Muria Tribe, Flowers & Feathers Worn by a Muria Adivasi, Adivasis (aboriginal natives) in front of their housing, Madhya Pradesh, A Student in a Tribal Educational Institution of Ghotul

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