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Walking to Village Fair

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Walking to Village Fair
To Marketplace with Produce
A tribal man in Shikarpur walks to marketplace balancing his merchandise on a bamboo pole. Notice his hairdo and no pants/drape although he is wearing a stitched shirt. Also wonder what he is carrying.

See also:
Ascetic in Kaupina and Robe, Indian Attire - The Kaupina, Depiction of Lord Shiva as a Wandering Ascetic, The Children of Soil, Picture of a Havyak Brahmin Priest

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