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Burning lamp design for Deepavali
Deepavali Rangoli
Lord Krishna Shows Himself
Vision of Krishna's Totality
Rangoli art by Tribhak Joshi

A Contended Konkani Housewife
Faces of India
First Lady of Bhanker
Patel's Wife, Village of Bhanker
Bastar District, Madhya Pradesh, 1976

Woman Delivers while Standing Up
Carving from a Chariot, Apprx. 19th Century, Town of Nanjanagudu
Alternate Position for Child Delivery
Erotic Carving on Chariot Panel
Obscure Erotica
An avid student of Indian art will discover erotica in strangest and most obscure of places. Shown above is a panel from the holy temple chariot of Nanjangudu.

Artist Dressing up as a Woman
Artist Mantap Prabahakar Upadhyaya
Artist Dressing up as a Woman
Man Becomes a Woman
in the Yakshagana Greenroom...
An artist dressing up as a woman

Man Pitting on a Saree
 Man Dressing up as a woman
Stoies the Stones Tell
Four Panels of the Dodda-maluru Hero-stone

Curled-up Worm Waits for the Danger to Pass
Curled up worm poses on Kamat's lens-cap
Worm as Art

Anything that Reflects...
Boy uses the reflecting surface of a glazing machine to comb hair

Man using a broken mirror to shave
Use of Opaque
Long Time Before Photoshop, There was Kodak Opaque
Photograph shows how the artist had to block out the background clutter, before the advent of digital photography. (The Opaque prints as blue when you make a color print form a B&W original)

Homeward Bound
Silhouette of a bullock-cart carrying two men
Village Silhouette
The Food Chain
The Animal Chain and the Wondering Sadhu
Detail from a sculture at Beluru.
Photograph enhanced for clarity by the photographer

Waiting for the Bus
Notice how the unstitched saree is worn to cover the head at the same time allow the women to perform sports like bicycling and horse-riding (the saree is wrapped like a trouser)
Nine  Yard Sarees
Pierced Jewelry
Tribal Piercings
Piercings of a tribal woman, Bastar, 1977

Masked Man Belonging to Muria Tribe
Photograph hand-colored by K.L. Kamat
Tribal Mask
Garuda in Indian Art
Vishnu Riding Garuda
Detail from a pillar in Melukote, Karnataka


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