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Reel Name: Villages of Gunavante and Murdeswar
Reel Notes: Temple art, Murdeswar beach, Gunavante chariot
Date of Exposure: April 25, 1982

A Column (Sthabha) from Kekkar Village

Art in the Attic

Photograph shows painted wall of a old house

Fish in a Pond
The Children of Soil
The Children of Soil

Halakki farmers at work, Gunavante, North Kanara

Children Belonging to Halakki Tribe

Support for Weak Coconut Tree

A suppoprt erected for a tree whose roots have been weakened by erosion

Members of a Havyaka Brahmin Family

Village of Gunavante, Uttara Kannada

Havyaka Brahmin Community

A Chariot in Construction

Getting Ready for the Cock-fight

The village of Gunavante, 1982

Cockfight Betting Game

Boats on Murdeshwar Beach

Members of a Halakki Farmer Family

It was common for Indians to live in what's known as the Joint Families.

One Roof, One Family

Crude Relief

Idol of Lord Ganesh


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