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The Gypsies of India

First Online: July 02, 2001
Page Last Updated: January 29, 2014

Table of Contents

  • Gypsies of India -- Section on the nomadic tribes of India, known as Lambanis.

 

See Also:

  • Indigenous Indians -- Primary sources such as diary entries, letters, sketches, and photographs documenting the various tribes of India.

 

Sri Vaishnava Brahmins
Gypsies of India

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Lambanis, the Gypsies of IndiaA bedecked Lambani womanA Lambani lady embroidering a piece of yellow clothSmiling Lambani Woman
A Lambadi beautyA woman embroidering clothLambani Women from DharwadThe smile of a Gypsy woman
Lambani Woman from Haliyal TandaThe itinerant GypsiesA Banjara (Gypsy) woman, lost in the intricate world of  Kasooti (needle craft)Very Colorful Attire of the Lambanis
Lambani Woman on way to MarketplaceLambani Woman on way to Marketplace

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