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Mysore traditional painting, Shreetatvanidhi

K.L.Kamat/kamat.com
Mysore  traditional painting, Shreetatvanidhi
Dancers
1994, Bangalore

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Dancers,  Mysore,  
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Picture No.: 23987
Copyright: © K.L.Kamat. All Rights Reserved.

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