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A photographer has to develop an eye to spot interesting and document-worthy subjects, and sometimes has to explore even obscure and lesser known areas and corners.
In the example above is a panel from the temple chariot of Nanjangudu. Every year thousands of people gather for the chariot festival, but nobody looks under the hood of the chariot to see what's there.
Turns out that the chariot has some fascinating social scenes depicted. Shown in the picture is a scene of two men enjoying one woman, and another scene where a couple is engaged in sweet nothings.
The Town of Nanjangudu
Introduction to the Erotic Arts of India
First Created: Tuesday, January 28, 2003
Last Updated: 1/28/2003