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“Objects of astounding beauty, grace, colour and cultural and religious significance”: Contemporary Adivasi art exposition

“There was no train when I came to the village as a young bride of 11 and no thieves either! No telephones, no watches none of these modern things that I now put into my work,” she laughs. “I was … Continue reading

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