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A Temple Built for a Sati (Self-annihilation)
Men assembled at a Mahasati temple to pay respects. The village of Sodigadde, Karnataka
Temple,  Built,  Sati,  Self-annihilation,  
Picture No.: 7329
Copyright: © K.L.Kamat. All Rights Reserved.
Reel Name: North Kanara Tour VI
Reel Notes: The town of Sodigadde, Great Masti temple, Navayati folk, decorated wooden dolls
Date of Exposure: November 15,1983

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