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Painted room, Ledbury

Century Painted Room A rare example of domestic wall paintings in England

A photograph of two Adivasis painting a Khovar mural

A Disappearing World: Robert Wallis' Adivasi captures changing India at the Brunei Gallery

Desia Kondh tribe, Orissa, India

Desia Kondh tribe, Orissa, India The women are readily identifiable by their geometric facial tattoos that on close observation bear striking similarity to tiger’s whiskers.

my-spirits-aroma-or:   ladies carry their babies in trade fair known as  Pushkar in India

Ladies carrying their babies in India. I just saw a lady last week carrying her baby the same way in our city of India.

Warli painting on hut wall Dahanu Thane Maharashtra India

Warli painting on hut wall Dahanu Thane Maharashtra India

Aart by women of Rajasthan’s Meena tribe.    Art by Rajasthan's Meena women - 'In this community in northern India there is an extraordinary tradition of public art by women, whose role it is to paint the mud walls and floors of homes and public spaces within the village'.

Indian Women decorating buildings with native art viaTopipittori

wall paintings of Lord Hanuman and God Vishnu on entrance gate of Shri Raghunath Ashram ; Uttaranchal ; india - Stock Image

wall paintings of Lord Hanuman and God Vishnu on entrance gate of Shri Raghunath Ashram ;

 Diwali celebration. Diwali (also spelled Devali in certain regions) or Deepavali,[1] popularly known as the "festival of lights", is an important five-day festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, celebrated for different reasons, occurring between mid-October and mid-November. For Hindus, Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes.

Elaborate Diwali displays are set up featuring many different types of diyas and rangoli.

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