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Raghavendra Swamiji of Mantralaya -- Picture
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Ventilators of a Temple -- Picture
Tomato Seller, Bangalore -- Picture
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Uniformed School Children -- Picture
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Illustration by K. K. hebbar -- Picture
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"You want to marry, uncle? No kidding!" -- Picture
Amriteshwara Temple -- Picture
A Horse Rider and a Peacock in a Rock-shelter Painting -- Picture
Kashimir Housewife -- Picture
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Picture of a Newly Ordained Brahmin Boy (Vatu) -- Picture
Pained Face of a Bayalata Dance-Thearer Artist -- Picture
A panel of a wooden memorial in Central India -- Picture
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Vikas on Konkan Train -- Picture
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Krishnaraj Wodeyar IV -- Picture
Members of Kamat Family at Gokarn -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
A drummer with human body and horse head -- Picture
"I will act in LOLY advertisements." -- Picture
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"Please do not include my nose in your picture." -- Picture
"My son does not like this attire." -- Picture
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Girl Practicing Rangoli Art -- Picture
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Diplomacy in Ramayana -- Picture
Priest of Venugopalaswami Temple -- Picture
Sun Cured Mango Slices -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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The Magic of Khadi -- Picture
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Construction Worker from Gulbarga -- Picture
Small Capital, Small Profits -- Picture
He makes a respectful living by making broomsticks with his hands -- Picture
Workers at a Cashew Processing Facility -- Picture
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Green Ridge Gourd Seller -- Picture
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Bageshpura Railway Station -- Picture
Friends of Sriranga Digital -- Picture
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Head of a Household Counting Money -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Vatu in traditionall student clothing -- Picture
Slice of Life -- Picture
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Flatterning of the Poori -- Picture
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Town of Melukote -- Picture
The black markings keep away evil forces! -- Picture
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Killing of Baka -- Picture
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Ms. Carrot in search of a suitable mate -- Picture
Satish Shabhag and Vikas Kamat -- Picture
Sangam -- Picture
Close-up of a female puppet -- Picture
Friends of Srirangapattana -- Picture
Vasant Kumari -- Picture
The Lion Face -- Picture
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Girl Playing on a Slide -- Picture
From 12th to 14th January 2000, daily at 6:30 P.M. -- Picture
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Colors of Kamat Cloth Shop -- Picture
Painting by G.S. Shenoy -- Picture
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Girl Carrying Offerings to Lord Krishna -- Picture
Pillar Art -- Picture
Lord Vishnu and Laxmi relaxing on the five-hooded cobra Shesha -- Picture
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Kathakkali Dancer -- Picture
Icon of An Alwar -- Picture
Mythical Figure -- Picture
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Cheluvanarayana Temple -- Picture
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Folk Designs of India -- Picture
A smoke gives him strength to push his vegetables. -- Picture
Town of Melukote -- Picture
Hoysala Schulptures -- Picture
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Annual Welcome to Lord Ganesh -- Picture
Home of Kowlagi -- Picture
"A discarded scooter tire for my play." -- Picture
Statue of Ambedkar -- Picture
Kathakkali Dancer from Kerala -- Picture
Edlderly Lady at Work -- Picture
"Farm green peas are very economical." -- Picture
Boy Making Bubbles -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Cover of Karmaveera Weekly -- Picture
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Deep Fried Vegetable -- Picture
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Various Statues of Ganesh for Sale for Ganesh Festival -- Picture
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Dharmaraya's panel. -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
A Costume of India -- Picture
Man Picking Tamarind -- Picture
Jayashree Shanbhag, Vasant Kumari and Jyotsna Kamat -- Picture
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"This dance I learned from school going neighbor." -- Picture
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Hoysala Schulptures -- Picture
Kim and Jyotsna -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
The Virgin in Waiting -- Picture
Kids at a School for Orphans -- Picture
The yarn is tied and dyed repeatedly so that when weaved the colors and patterns synchronize to form "Ikat" designs. It is practiced in Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat. -- Picture
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Portrait of a Muslim Woman -- Picture
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"I have strong shoulder to support him." -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Roadside Vegetable Vendors -- Picture
Indian Landscapes -- Picture
Floral Sculpture Depicting a Seven Hooded Cobra -- Picture
Kamat Home Library -- Picture
Man Cleaning a Bird -- Picture
Hindu Activists at a Rally -- Picture
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He argues for quantum of money. -- Picture
Lotus motif of a Paithani saree. -- Picture
Student at a Residential School -- Picture
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The Gumatepak Dance -- Picture
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Girl belonging to the Konkani Kunibi Tribe -- Picture
He blows his sacred conch and seeks assistance -- Picture
The Tricking of Sita -- Picture
Pietro Della Vale Meets Queen Abbakka -- Picture
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Trimbak Joshi of Thane, Maharashtra. He is invalid person. -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Temple Art of Cheluvanarayana Temple -- Picture
Everybody is welcomed on such days. -- Picture
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The Make up of a Folk Artist -- Picture
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Getting Ready of War -- Picture
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Cows Crossing Highway -- Picture
The Millet (Ragi) Fields -- Picture
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Animal Motifs -- Picture
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"I sold maize ears for breakfast." -- Picture
Students in Computer Lab. -- Picture
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Idol of Lord Ganesh -- Picture
Diwali Diya -- Picture
Ammanekka of Kumta -- Picture
Proximity Increases Intimacy -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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On the streets of India -- Picture
Tourists in Belur Temple -- Picture
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Village of Kodkani -- Picture
A turban lined with expensive "Zari." -- Picture
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The lady does not mind parting with another coin. -- Picture
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"I will accept even Surpanakki's role!" -- Picture
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Jyotsna Kamat Soumya -- Picture
Looking out for a customer. -- Picture
P.T. Narasimhachar with Wife -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculptures -- Picture
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Kim with Turban -- Picture
"I have specialized in cucumbers." -- Picture
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Coming of Age -- Picture
Girl Lying Down -- Picture
Idol of Lord Krishna -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
He waits for coins. -- Picture
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Town of Melukote -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
A profile in smile. -- Picture
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Jawahar Rozgar Yojana -- Picture
Wooden Puppets of Rajasthan in Traditional Indian Clothing -- Picture
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Tapping Toddy from a Palm Tree
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A Dhamsa is a drum played with sticks during the Chhau Performance -- Picture
The ribs of coconut leaves are used in manufacturing broomsticks. -- Picture
Dancing Ganesh -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
"Green chilies turn red if not sold in time." -- Picture
The Cow Mask -- Picture
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Shrubs and trees -- Picture
Her notes help her when she is struck. -- Picture
Colors, Gold, Rituals -- Picture
Proceedings of a Upanayanam Ceremony -- Picture
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Nandi -- Picture
Single color rangoli. -- Picture
Carved Wooden Sculptures -- Picture
Fruit Offerings to Lord Krishna -- Picture
Young Girish Karnad -- Picture
This school girl wears colorful dresses to draw her rangoli. -- Picture
Painting -- Picture
When she is faces with another dancer -- Picture
Vanamahotsava Festival -- Picture
A commoner's costumes -- Picture
An Indian Woman -- Her attire has not changed in centuries -- Picture
From the Archives of Indian Institute of Science -- Picture
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Boy Carrying a Load on his Head -- Picture
Goat's Hair is attached to the Mask as Beard -- Picture
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Portrait of a Beggar -- Picture
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Strings are being attached to the limbs -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Kathakkali Dancer -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple Complex -- Picture
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Ceiling Art -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
At the Hoysaleshwara Temple -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Woman Selling Paan Leaves -- Picture
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Proceedings of a Upanayanam Ceremony -- Picture
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A Konkani Lady with Grandchildren -- Picture
Amriteshwara Temple -- Picture
Founder of New English School -- Picture
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Narasimha -- Hoysala Schulpture of Belur -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Elder Brother Babists his Younger Siblings -- Picture
Tower of Yoganarasimha Swamy Temple -- Picture
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Drying of Cashew Nuts -- Picture
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Sun Bathers -- Picture
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Ashok Kumar and Meena Kumari in Pakeezah -- Picture
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Portrait of a Homeless Man, Bangalore -- Picture
"Don't I look like a bride, uncle?" -- Picture
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Costume of a Cymbals Player -- Picture
A Musical Instrument Being Carried on a Spear in Mizoram -- Picture
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Portrait of a Beggar outside a Bangalore Church -- Picture
Vikas in Sunflower Field -- Picture
Kim in front of Vidhana Soudha -- Picture
The White-house at Night -- Picture
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Play of Dice Between Pandavas and Kauravas -- Picture
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Vikas and Jyotsa, February 1980 -- Picture
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Ganapati Festival -- Picture
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Hand Grinding of Spices -- Picture
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"A sweet smile enhances my beauty." -- Picture
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A Priest of Malleswaram -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
A.L. Narasimhan -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Hero-store of Amritapura -- Picture
Aloe Vera Leaves -- Picture
She offers a choice of carrots and okra. -- Picture
Pretending Blind -- Picture
An attendant selects a good one for a customer. -- Picture
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Kankonkar -- Picture
Medieval Waist Ornametsa -- Picture
Chudidars Hung for Sale -- Picture
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Central College, Bangalore -- Picture
Wood as Fuel to Cook for Devotees -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Parrots, elephants, deer, peacocks, tigers are used to embellish the exquisite silk sarees. -- Picture
Icon of a Metalic Cobra -- Picture
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Floral decorations indicating a festive occasion -- Picture
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Woman Peeling Garlic -- Picture
Each of them is tested for its contents. -- Picture
Fish Buy -- Picture
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Celebrating the monkhood with flowers -- Picture
Sunrise in Srirangapattana -- Picture
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Killing of Jatayu -- Picture
Town of Bhadravati -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Memorial with a Tower -- Picture
St. Philomina's Church -- Picture
Goddess Lakshmi -- Picture
Rain in Karavali -- Picture
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Green Eggplant -- Picture
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Krishna Playing Flute -- Picture
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Coal Roasted Rice Bread -- Picture
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Close-up of a Mask of Chhau Dance -- Picture
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Somewhere in India… -- Picture
Gopuram of Amriteshwara Temple -- Picture
Goddess Riding Elephant -- Picture
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Members of a Smartha Brahmin Family -- Picture
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Vikas, Ravish and Srinath -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
Bheema Finds Duryodhana Immersed in Water -- Picture
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A tribal's ornaments. -- Picture
"I intend to hit only boundaries and sixers." -- Picture
A monkey cap for an old man! -- Picture
Man Pulls Water from a Well -- Picture
"So far, nobody has obliged me, sir." -- Picture
Children During a Prayer -- Picture
"I lost a milk tooth today." -- Picture
Friends of Kamat -- Picture
Hindu Volunteers -- Picture
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The temples buzz with activities. -- Picture
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Decorated Idol of Krishna -- Picture
Kathakkali Dancer -- Picture
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Blessings from elders -- Picture
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Indian Boys in Uniform -- Picture
Fritters (Sabudani Sandige) -- Picture
Vishnu as the Fish -- Picture
The Fort at Mirjan -- Picture
A Hero of Doddata with Chest Shield -- Picture
Deep Fried Ridge Gourd -- Picture
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Women chatting over a bowl of alcohol -- Picture
"She had a drink too much!"
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Mangesh of Goa -- Picture
Hanuman Meets Rawana -- Picture
On the streets of India -- Picture
Bilhana and Champavati -- Picture
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Idols of Hindu Dieties Ganesh and Krishna -- Picture
This reminds the devotees approaching Ekadashi. -- Picture
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The "Fakir" gives door to door service to believers. -- Picture
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Logo of New English School -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Breaking of Cashew Sheathe -- Picture
Temple Chariot -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Teacher S.J. Kamat -- Picture
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"I will act as Bhakta Pralhada." -- Picture
Lord Shiva and Arjuna Pick a Fight -- Picture
"Kansale artist should be trained at an young age." -- Picture
Pontiff of Kashi Muth, Cochin -- Picture
A Meeting of Kamat Foundation -- Picture
Sharavati River Valley -- Picture
Kathakkali Dancer -- Picture
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Wedding Band -- Picture
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Man Dressed as Hanuman the Monkey -- Picture
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Konkani Girl Dressing the Vegetables -- Picture
Hoysala Sculptures -- Picture
Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangapatna -- Picture
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Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Some Artists of a Doddata Troupe have to Play multiple Roles -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Open Air Dining -- Picture
Simplicity as a way of life -- Picture
Pani Puri at SPI -- Picture
Nandan (Soyiro) Prabhu -- Picture
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A Patient of Leprosy Begging outside a Church -- Picture
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Hanuman Meets Sita in Ashok Garden -- Picture
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The Hero and his Wife -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Village Scene -- Picture
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Golden Leaves and Red Fruits -- Picture
Caged Vikas -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Rama Fighting on the Sholders of Hanuman -- Picture
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Inter-woven pattern of "Chunari" saree. -- Picture
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Melukote -- Picture
Giving final touches to a puppet -- Picture
Making Art with Flowers -- Picture
Karna`s Magnonimity -- Picture
An Old Photograph -- Picture
Man Dressed as the Mythological Character of Shurpanakhi -- Picture
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The "Undi" Delicacy -- Picture
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Idol of Lord Krishna -- Picture
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Devotee in Meditation -- Picture
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"I am a grandmother and still has not lost my charm." -- Picture
Girl bathing in a public pond -- Picture
Yellow leaves and green flowers. -- Picture
Guru Madhvacharya -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Jyotsna in Temple Complex -- Picture
Golden Zari -- Picture
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"I can provide a great variety of vegetables." -- Picture
"Dollu Kunita (dance) is an age old tradition." -- Picture
"These Salem bananas should be sold quickly." -- Picture
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Eldery Lady Combs her Hair -- Picture
Stars with a star design. -- Picture
A Vatu with his Collections -- Picture
Man Dressed as Woman for Kannada Folkplay -- Picture
Sri Cheluvanarayana Melukote -- Picture
Vikas and Anup Kamat -- Picture
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Highly skilled weavers produce excellent brocades of different animals among floral designs. -- Picture
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Melkote Temple Chariot -- Picture
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SPI Christmas Party, Mysore -- Picture
Medieval Ornaments of Indian Women -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Painting by K. Venkatappa -- Picture
Town of Melukote -- Picture
Hero-stone at Bangalore -- Picture
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On the streets of India -- Picture
The Floral Artists Getting Busy for the Birthday of Lord Ganesh -- Picture
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Roadside Vegetable Vendor -- Picture
"I am a mother of five; still have a look of a bride." -- Picture
Join the dots straight, curved lines, circles semi-circles which results in designs. -- Picture
Residence of Jayashri Shanbhag -- Picture
Hoysala Sculptures -- Picture
"I asked the director not to place me in a feminine role!!!" -- Picture
Portrait of a Muslim Woman -- Picture
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Now you know why they are called `Sweat Shops` -- Picture
A Religious Vegetable Vendor in Bangalore -- Picture
Kalyani of Gunavante -- Picture
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Vikas Kamat in 1976 -- Picture
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D.G. Mallikarjuna -- Picture
Maharashtrian Tourist -- Picture
Kathakkali Dancer -- Picture
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Manki Beach -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Draupadi, the Wife of Pandava Brothers -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
With Guests Gathered for Inauguration of Kamat Library -- Picture
She suffers from leprosy, hence requires public help. -- Picture
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Pilgrimage in a "Doli" -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Statue of Lord Vishnu -- Picture
Common Faces of India -- Picture
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Indian Landscapes -- Picture
Prior to weaving the warp is tied in portion according to design and then dyed, which results in special "Ikat" patterns. -- Picture
A Devotee of Renuka Goddess -- Picture
A Chair in Rangoli Design -- Picture
"My mother will object for my swinging." -- Picture
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Pillar Memorial of Tamiya -- Picture
Carrots -- Picture
Ashtadikpala -- Picture
Goa by Mario Miranda -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
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Portrait of an actor with makeup as a woman -- Picture
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Landscape of Srirangapatna -- Picture
Vikas in 1977 -- Picture
A Thatched Habitat -- Picture
Autographs -- Picture
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Savinirmadi -- Picture
Public footpath is the place for his broomstick manufacturing. -- Picture
Young Cricketer -- Picture
A Mask to express Fear -- Picture
Chhau Dance -- Masked Dance of Bengal -- Picture
Hembli Galli in Dharwad -- Picture
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Mother applies curd to the hair of the Vatu -- Picture
Welcome Sign to a Wedding Hall -- Picture
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Mr. Vijay Rane, another rangoli artist from Maharashtra. -- Picture
"Appliqué" or patchwork is an integral part of the textile crafts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. -- Picture
Floral Rangoli Designs -- Picture
Town of Melukote -- Picture
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Picture of a Painted Doorman -- Picture
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Melukote -- Picture
M.E.S. College Building -- Picture
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Sculptures of Bhatkal -- Picture
A tuber called 'Kesuvina Gedde' (Alvamaddi) is a delicacy used in curries and dishes -- Picture
Kids at Kodkani Stream -- Picture
Designs with leaves. -- Picture
"My mom has tied this Tavij around my neck in order to ensure quick replacement of my fallen tooth." -- Picture
Powdered chalk and nimble fingers does the trick. -- Picture
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Five Panels of a Wooden Memorial -- Picture
Street Urchin, Bangalore -- Picture
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Decoration for Krishnashtami -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
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Cheluva Narayana Temple -- Picture
Sculptures of Bhatkal -- Picture
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The Kamat Clan -- Picture
Jyotsna Inaugurating Konkani Sangha -- Picture
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A Hero Wearing a Saree! -- Picture
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A Pair of Parrots -- Picture
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Ornamental and floral hair decoration. -- Picture
At Roadside Sunflower Farm -- Picture
Town of Melukote -- Picture
Aghanashini River -- Picture
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A Painted Idol of Elephant Headed Ganesh at Marketplace -- Picture
"I have many more shaves to do this auspicious day!" -- Picture
Guide at Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Sarees of the East -- Picture
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Proceedings of a Upanayanam Ceremony -- Picture
SPI Offices in Mysore -- Picture
A drink transforms him into a philosopher! -- Picture
Muslim Boys -- Picture
Sliced Mangoes being Sun Dried for Mansoon Season -- Picture
Inside Hoysaleshwara Temple -- Picture
Amma at Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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View of Manki Beach -- Picture
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The Hero of a Memorial, Pachmadi -- Picture
Hunting of Elusive Deer -- Picture
Carved Wooden Door -- Picture
Five Storied Waterfall at Orchid Hotel -- Picture
Keertimukha or "Face of Glory" -- Picture
Balamuri Ganesh -- Picture
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Potrait of a Hindu Woman -- Picture
Elaborately Decorated Mask of Chhau Dance -- Picture
Farmer's Kids Playing -- Picture
Decorated female puppet -- Picture
View of Mumbai City -- Picture
Vikas Kamat -- Picture
The Newly Weds -- Picture
Elaborate hand-woven design of "Apurva" (Dharmaveram, Tamilnadu) saree. -- Picture
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Srirangapattana -- Picture
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By just joining equidistanced dots animals like fish, rabbit, human, cat, snakes, elephant could be drawn with extreme ease. -- Picture
Sri Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Srimutha -- Picture
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Ederly Woman Using Pulleys to Churn and Produce Butter -- Picture
Bangles are great attraction to the women. -- Picture
Pietro Della Valle (c. 1586-1652 CE) -- Picture
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A fancy dress dancers. -- Picture
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Krishna Kalpa -- Picture
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He has lost right hand and has right to alms. -- Picture
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The Village of Kodkani -- Picture
Melkote Monument -- Picture
Accidental Art -- Picture
Wooden Sculpture of Krishna -- Picture
Hoysala Schulptures -- Picture
Common Faces of India -- Picture
Woman Helps with Tying of a Turban -- Picture
A Border Design -- Picture
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Siblings -- Picture
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The Musambi Fruit -- Picture
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Udupi Temple -- Picture
Woman in Sari Decorates the Front Yard -- Picture
Vikas with his Teachers -- Picture
"I am training my child in marketing chilies." -- Picture
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Beggar Outside of a Bangalore Church -- Picture
Profile of a Man Dressed as Woman for a Yakshagana Performance -- Picture
Sculpture of Melkote -- Picture
Filler-art by K.L.Kamat -- Picture
"I prefer YAHOO roles only." -- Picture
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An Folk Entertainer of Doddata Troupe -- Picture
Wooden Facial Mask of Buffalo-horn Maria -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Two Headed Bird -- Picture
A musician's turban. -- Picture
Vanamala Deshpande -- Picture
Folk Design -- Picture
Workers at a Cashew Processing Unit -- Picture
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It could be executed by bending the body. -- Picture
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"Local (Nati) peas are very tasty." -- Picture
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Shrimata -- Bendre House -- Picture
Portrait of A.V. Baliga -- Picture
Ready for the Palate -- Picture
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Floral Rangoli Designs -- Picture
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On festival days special designs are used. -- Picture
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Small Capital, Small Profits -- Picture
Romance of Billana and Champavati -- Picture
School Going Boy -- Picture
She is very rich in beads. -- Picture
"A thermo Cole also produces good music." -- Picture
Blessings from elders -- Picture
On the streets of India -- Picture
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R.S. Kasargod -- Picture
Principal's Office, Kanara College -- Picture
"Sweet Smiles Don't Cost Anything!" -- Picture
Indian Landscapes -- Picture
A Performance in Progress -- Picture
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What a fine idea to decorate the entrance of the house! -- Picture
"Together we could stop any number of automobiles." -- Picture
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At the Temple of Rat, Bikaner -- Picture
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Cones, Fruits and Flower Designs -- Picture
Laughter Cures Poverty -- Picture
Common Faces of India -- Picture
Female Students at the Institute -- Picture
Bubbly Boy -- Picture
Falt Head Mask -- Picture
The Janma Kundali -- Horoscope Design -- Picture
Hero of a Stone Memorial in Barsur Village -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
Legendry Mahatma Gandhi white cap. -- Picture
At the Sewing Machine -- Picture
Sculptures of Bhatkal -- Picture
United by poverty; united by necessity -- Picture
Educationist N.T. Hegde -- Picture
"I can win over anybody with my sweet smile." -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
"I am told actress Nurgis had elongated face." -- Picture
Cheluva Narayana Temple -- Picture
Jyotsna with Vikas and Pradeep -- Picture
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Elaborately Carved Door Featuring a Saint -- Picture
Usually the "kum-kum" (Tilak) is worn in the center of forehead. -- Picture
"Don't I look like a charming bride?" -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
A Hindu Protest Rally -- Picture
Very intricate brocade. -- Picture
Lord Vishnu -- Picture
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Hanging Lamp -- Picture
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Preparation for Inauguration of Library -- Picture
Historical Kamat Shop -- Picture
Introduction to the Mudras -- Picture
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Five Headed, Ten Armed Ganesh -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Simple but attractive ornaments. -- Picture
"Do I look like very miserable?" -- Picture
Organic Farm of Melkote -- Picture
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Milk Supplier, Bangalore -- Picture
They are classified according to their sizes. -- Picture
Enjoying Gudbad Ice-cream -- Picture
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Ganesh as a Scribe -- Picture
Wedding Crowd -- Picture
Picture of a Kutch Tribal at Work -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Town of Srirangapatana -- Picture
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Town of Melukote -- Picture
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Vidhana Soudha -- Picture
Forest Worker -- Picture
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Navayat Boy -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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India Trip of 2007 -- Picture
Intricately Carved Elephant -- Picture
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Detail of a Wooden Sculpture -- Picture
Toy Store on a Bicycle -- Picture
A Mask Representing the Ten Headed Rawava -- Picture
Portrait of a Vegetable Vendor -- Picture
Mysore printed silk saree. -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Lakshagriha Dahana (Bruning of Lacquer House) -- Picture
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"I have grown my hair (Jata) and wear this vermilion(nama) to fulfill a vow" -- Picture
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Lord Ganesh in Indian Art -- Picture
"This is the most delicious meal or what!" -- Picture
Mrs. Trimbak Joshi follows him like a shadow. -- Picture
Smiling Girl -- Picture
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Centennial of the Indian Institute of Science -- Picture
Cheluva Narayana Temple -- Picture
Dancer with Gumate-pak -- Picture
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Pictures of Beggars outside of a Church -- Picture
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"I have some nice beans for you." -- Picture
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Mask of Kathakkali -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
View from Melkote Tower -- Picture
Rajeshwari Chatterjee and Dr. Chatterjee -- Picture
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Geometric Designs on a Wall -- Picture
"I may end up as an actor as Bollywood." -- Picture
Bridge Across Sharavati River -- Picture
Ornamentation -- Picture
The Main Building of Tata Institute -- Picture
Sculptures of Bhatkal -- Picture
Picture of a Hindu Pontiff -- Picture
A group of grantite pillars, Pachmaddi -- Picture
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Fruit Offerings to Lord Krishna -- Picture
A quadruped in memorial panel -- Picture
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"I am very proud of these pearl strings." -- Picture
A villager's ornaments -- Picture
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Embroidered Elephants -- Picture
Face Painted Boy Salutes with Left Hand -- Picture
Fried Banana Chips -- Picture
"I am a follower of Lord Vishnu, hence this nama." -- Picture
An elaborate floral design. -- Picture
Folk Artist as Lord Kirshna -- Picture
The Teppal Pepper -- Picture
Man Dressed as Woman for a Performance -- Picture
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"I am wearing the ornament for a dance performance." -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Kalyani at Melukote -- Picture
"Duddalli" Delicacy -- A Type of Milk Jello -- Picture
A Lady Carrying Toddy (homemade wine) in an Earthen Pot
Organic Farmers -- Picture
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Cultural Program at Kamat Memorial Hall -- Picture
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School Children -- Picture
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Sculpted Pillar -- Picture
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Given to Goddess -- Picture
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The Hefty Man -- Picture
Hand-writing of G.P. Rajaratnam -- Picture
Lord Vishnu -- Picture
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Kudubi Folk Dancer -- Picture
Statue of Buddha -- Picture
Dark background and thick lines is an excellent combination. -- Picture
A peacock couple on a "Paithani" (Maharashtra) silk saree that Jyotsna received on her 64th birthday. -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
"This tire is a constant companion for me." -- Picture
Rangoli Design Spread for Diwali -- Picture
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The Tulasi Plant -- Picture
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"I can fly to Sri Lanka with this Gada." -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Devotee of Ganesh -- Picture
"This is all my family could afford for my play." -- Picture
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Refusing to Show Teeth -- Picture
Common Faces of India -- Picture
Vikas Growing up in Honavar, 1973 -- Picture
Members of a Hundu Family -- Picture
Romance of Billana and Champavati -- Picture
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Billana -- Picture
Melukote Temple Sculpture -- Picture
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"My Vehicle Never has Mechanical Problems!" -- Picture
Goddess -- Picture
Her expert hands draw a rangoli in no time! -- Picture
With his turban he is ready for a portrait. -- Picture
Green Fields -- Picture
Adoli - Traditional Cutting Apparatus -- Picture
Burning lamp design for Deepavali -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
Waking up of Kumbhakarna -- Picture
View of Malenadu Mountains -- Picture
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Painted Doorman at Krishna Temple -- Picture
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Family Celebration at Kamat Shop -- Picture
Plants at a Rural Home -- Picture
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Team Sriranga -- Picture
Vikas in Sriranganatha Swamy Temple -- Picture
Jyotsna Kamat Inaugurating the Konkani Association -- Picture
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Chhau Dance Performer -- Picture
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Tools of Worship -- Picture
Men Praying for Rain (?) -- Picture
Town of Melukote -- Picture
"I was a fool to anticipate a festival rush." -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Teacher D.M. Soukur -- Picture
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Pilgrimage in a "Doli" -- Picture
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Cooks Making 'Bundi Ladus' (Sweet Balls) -- Picture
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The Chili Seller -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Indian Landscapes -- Picture
Idol of Ganesh -- Picture
A Member of the Yellamma Cult -- Picture
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"Since I am a grown-up, I have opted for motorcycle tire." -- Picture
Living in Joint Families -- Picture
Vasant Kumari -- Picture
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Hoysala Sculptures -- Picture
Common Faces of India -- Picture
Grandmother rolling 'Mande' -- Picture
Three Sisters -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
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Ganfifa Art of Raghupati Bhat -- Picture
Portrait of a Young Girl -- Picture
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Dedicated to Goddess -- Dedicated to Men -- Picture
Diety Parashuram -- Picture
Pejawar Swamiji -- Picture
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Government Art Museum -- Picture
Cultural Activities at Kamat Center -- Picture
"I will act as Bhakta Markendeya." -- Picture
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Five Headed (Panchamukhi) Ganesh -- Picture
Portrait of Parijnanashram Swamiji -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
A Kalyani Tank of Melkote -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
S.G. Kasarkod -- Picture
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Krishnaraja Sagar -- Picture
Portrait of a Beggar -- Picture
Mask with Decorated Eye-brows -- Picture
Shyamala Rathnakumari -- Picture
By just joining equidistanced dots animals like fish, rabbit, human, cat, snakes, elephant could be drawn with extreme ease. -- Picture
The hero with his horse -- two panels -- Picture
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Employees at Kamat Shop -- Picture
The Gulmohar Flower -- Picture
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A white design with black background. -- Picture
Friends of Sriranga Digital -- Picture
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Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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The Face of Time -- Picture
Fancy Dress -- Picture
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Spicy Curry -- Picture
"I will act in Tamil films only." -- Picture
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Teacher R.S. Shanbhag -- Picture
Kids at Kamat Memorial Library -- Picture
"I borrowed this from my friend." -- Picture
An Urchin at the "Gentleman's Game" -- Picture
Sculptures of Cheluvanarayana Temple -- Picture
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Band Players -- Picture
Somewhere in India… -- Picture
Hoysala Period Ganesh -- Picture
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She cares for only ornaments. -- Picture
Sati stone belonging to the Bhil tribe, Chindawada -- Picture
Folk Artist Putting on an elaborate Headgear -- Picture
Hoysala Schulptures -- Picture
Konkani Woman Rolling 'Chowde' (a.k.a. Mande) -- Picture
Dancers at Krishna-Kalpa -- Picture
At times some wild grasses are also used in manufacturing the broomsticks. -- Picture
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Handwriting of Mirji Annayara -- Picture
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A Guardian -- Picture
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"If my suffering is Lord`s wish, I accept it" -- Picture
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Extremely Simple Tribal Mask -- Picture
Hero with a Gun -- Picture
Grandmas are also engaged in the leaves business. -- Picture
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Narad-muni with "Tipri" in hands. -- Picture
Temple Replicas -- Picture
Holy Water Drawn from Well -- Picture
Boys taking turns to the joy ride the water buffalo -- Picture
Srirangapattana -- Picture
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Only head and no limbs! -- Picture
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Vishnu -- Picture
Melukote -- Picture
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At the Temple of Rat, Bikaner -- Picture
Given to God -- Picture
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Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Kanchidan --- Waist Ornaments -- Picture
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Village Nobleman with Sword -- Picture
Field Marshal Cariappa -- Picture
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Teacher S.H. Pai -- Picture
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Tender Coconut Vendor -- Picture
Work is like worship -- Picture
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The Dangerous Dice Game -- Picture
Portrait of a Beggar -- Picture
Hoysala Sculpture -- Picture
Preparing Festival Decorations for Ganesh Utsav -- Picture
Shiva and Parvati -- Picture
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Temple Pond -- Picture
It seems playing his flute brings him good returns. -- Picture
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Tribal Message Man -- Picture
Rangoli made with petals -- Picture
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School Children, Tarikere -- Picture
Amriteshwara Temple -- Picture
View of Orchid Hotel Lobby -- Picture
A very Colorful Head -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Ceiling on Temple -- Picture
Mukund Shanbhag of Kodkani -- Picture
Dots are the soul of Rangoli Art -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
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Duck in a Rangoli Pattern -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
Kolam (a.k.a. Rangoli) in Tamil Nadu -- Picture
Woman Dry Cleans Rice -- Picture
Man Eating a Meal -- Picture
Udupi Temple Chariot -- Picture
Inauguration of "Krisha-Kalpa", Kamat Memorial Building -- Picture
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By controlling the gaps of her fingers she can draw parallel lines. -- Picture
Colorful Attire of Doddata Artists -- Picture
On the streets of India -- Picture
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Hero with Shield -- Picture
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Weekly Banana Market -- Picture
Rama's Follower Hanuman -- Picture
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"I am an agriculturist and wear this Vibhuti nama." -- Picture
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A Gathering of Friends of Kamat -- Picture
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Warrior Shooting Arrow -- Picture
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A doormat design. -- Picture
On the streets of India -- Picture
Duddalli -- Picture
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"My capital is too small to expand my fruit business." -- Picture
"Durries" are extensively woven all over India and use them as a floor covering. -- Picture
Jyotsna Kamat Inaugurating Konkani Association -- Picture
Melkote Premises -- Picture
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Dinner at the Residence of Ruler of Saluva -- Picture
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Hoysala Schulptures -- Picture
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Melon Seller, Honavar -- Picture
Close-up of a Ganapati Idol -- Picture
Designs drawn by a single continuous line. -- Picture
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Depiction of four monkeys -- Picture
Bhishma Lies on the Bed of Arrows -- Picture
Educator Rangarao Kasarkod -- Picture
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Todadev -- Fried Sugar Cane Juice -- Picture
V.M. Kamat -- Picture
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Autograph of N.K. Kulakarni (Enke) -- Picture
The Himalayan mountain goat's wool is hand-spun and woven into "Pahsmina" shawls. -- Picture
Man gets help with Makeup -- Chhau Dance -- Picture
Thick Coconut Grove -- Picture
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Statue of Jamsetji Tata -- Picture
Hindu Wedding -- Picture
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Mask of Chhau Dance -- Picture
Kamat's Albums Were Captined and Illustrated for Storytelling -- Picture
A Vatu Eating on a Banana Leaf -- Picture
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Geeta Shenoy -- Picture
Folk Dancer from Bengal Performing the Chhau Dance -- Picture
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"Will my picture be shown in theaters?" -- Picture
A girl bathing in a public pond -- Picture
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Two Wrestleres -- Picture
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"I want to become Sachin Tandulkar." -- Picture
A Servant Serving Wine to Lovers -- Picture
Sadanand Shet -- Picture
No wonder we are called as the 'Egg Plant' -- Picture
The Nimishamba Temple -- Picture
"Polythene bags retain freshness of vegetables." -- Picture
"Hand Churned Fresh Butter is Ready" -- Picture
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Decorations marking Krishna's Birthday -- Picture
The Epheramal Art of Rangoli -- Picture
Social Worker Lakshmi Alagod with her Nephews -- Picture
The Indraprastha Palace -- Picture
"Do you think I am Photogenic?" -- Picture
Products of the cheapest entertainment? -- Picture
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Vikas dressed as an Adivasi -- Picture
View of Rural India -- Picture
A young woman looks very charming in a turban. -- Picture
Flower Vendor -- Picture
Turmeric powder of paste when applied to face also suppose to bring in good luck. Similarly "Vibhuti" (sacred ash) and "Chandan" (redwood paste) are used of the same purpose. -- Picture
Amriteshwar Temple -- Picture
Picture of a Kutch Tribal -- Picture
Muslim Boys -- Picture
S. Radhakrishnan and P.T. Narasimhachar -- Picture
A Priest at an Ayudha Puja Ceremony -- Picture
Cult Goddess Renuka -- Picture
At the Sharavati River Valley -- Picture
Chariot of Gunavante -- Picture
Then one has to walk round and round in order to complete it. -- Picture
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