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Distinctive Head Markings

Distinctive Head Markings
Horizontal and Vertical Markings
The distinctive head markings (namas) identify the sects of Hinduism. Shaivites paint bands across their foreheads (left). Vaishnavites, adherents of Vishnu, wear three vertical lines (right).
Horizontal,  Vertical,  Markings,  Distinctive,  Head,  
Picture No.: 2724
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