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A Male Dancer and his Tangi (Axe)
The tribals find art and decoration in the most common of materials. Notice the head gear of this young performer. Narayanpur in Madhya Pradesh, 1977
Male,  Dancer,  Tangi,  
Picture No.: 6450
Copyright: © K.L.Kamat. All Rights Reserved.
Reel Name: Narayanpur Mela V
Reel Notes:
Date of Exposure: February 10, 1977

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