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A Dancer Dressed as Girija
The three ash stripes, known as Vibhooti indicate that she is a follower of Lord Shiva
Dancer,  Dressed,  Girija,  
Picture No.: 11228
Copyright: © K.L.Kamat. All Rights Reserved.
Reel Name: Bharata Natyam of Keshava Nrityashala
Reel Notes: Girija Kalyana dance drama by Keshava dance academy students/teachers
Date of Exposure: February 4, 2001

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