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Four Newly Discovered Tribal PicturesDurable Link to this BLOG
The following are some of the newly discovered pictures depicting tribals of Madhya Pradesh. Pictures hand-colored by K.L.Kamat.

Do notice how the tribals have used inexpensive metals, flowers, and feathers in decorating their attire. Pictures taken in the forests of Central India, 1976-77.

© K. L. Kamat
Headgear Decorated with Flowers & Feathers

© K. L. Kamat
Tattoos of a Tribal Woman

© K. L. Kamat
Headgear Decorated with Flowers & Feathers

© K. L. Kamat
Tribal Girl of Bastar

See Related Contents:
• The Tribes of Madhya Pradesh
• The Tribals of India
• Kamat's Multiple Talents - Kamat the All-rounder

First Created: Thursday, April 10, 2003
Last Updated: 4/10/2003


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