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The Lambanis

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The Lambanis
A Lambadi beauty
Bearing five children does not seem to have aged this woman. Sondur

See also:
Never Been Photographed, A Wooden Idol of Ganesh Worshipped by Tribals of Madhya Pradesh, Tribal Women in Town trying to Get a Glimpse of Inside of a House, A Youngster Belonging to Muria Tribe

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