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Halakki Tribal Woman Going to Marketplace

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Halakki Tribal Woman Going to Marketplace
A Halakki woman going to market to sell vegetables
Notice that the woman is without a blouse, but covered with lots of necklaces instead. This is typical attire of her community in Uttara Kannada.

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