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Harijan people. Harijan was a term used by Gandhi for Dalits, Gandhi said it was wrong to call people ‘untouchable’ and called them Harijans, Hari means God and Jan means people, so literally – children of God. Harijan people originally came from Marwar in Rajasthan and they are experts in weaving wool and cotton, the Harijan women wear brightly coloured embroidered clothing and once married wear a large golden ring through their nose. By Kimberley Coole #India
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Harijan people. Harijan was a term used by Gandhi for Dalits, Gandhi said it was wrong to call people ‘untouchable’ and called them Harijans, Hari means God and Jan means people, so literally – children of God. Harijan people originally came from Marwar in Rajasthan and they are experts in weaving wool and cotton, the Harijan women wear brightly coloured embroidered clothing and once married wear a large golden ring through their nose. By Kimberley Coole #India

Harijan people. Harijan was a term used by Gandhi for Dalits, Gandhi said it was wrong to call people ‘untouchable’ and called them Harijans, Hari means God and Jan means people, so literally – children of God. Harijan people originally came from Marwar in Rajasthan and they are experts in weaving wool and cotton, the Harijan women wear brightly coloured embroidered clothing and once married wear a large golden ring through their nose. By Kimberley Coole #India

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India | Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Bhirendiara, located roughly 50km from Bhuj in the Kutch District. | © Kimberley Coole
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A visit to the Lambadi or Banjara tribal people at Raikal village. Amongst innumerable tribes who have thronged various places of eastern India, Banjara is significant. They are the typical nomads who wonder from one place to another thus leading a life in its own terms and condition. Thus their way of living is quite thrilling and full of adventures. What are equally colorful are their costumes. In fact, a Banjara women`s mode of dressing is regarded to be the most colorful as well as elabo...
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A visit to the Lambadi or Banjara tribal people at Raikal village. Amongst innumerable tribes who have thronged various places of eastern India, Banjara is significant. They are the typical nomads who wonder from one place to another thus leading a life in its own terms and condition. Thus their way of living is quite thrilling and full of adventures. What are equally colorful are their costumes. In fact, a Banjara women`s mode of dressing is regarded to be the most colorful as well as elabo...

A visit to the Lambadi or Banjara tribal people at Raikal village. Amongst innumerable tribes who have thronged various places of eastern India, Banjara is significant. They are the typical nomads who wonder from one place to another thus leading a life in its own terms and condition. Thus their way of living is quite thrilling and full of adventures. What are equally colorful are their costumes. In fact, a Banjara women`s mode of dressing is regarded to be the most colorful as well as…
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Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly 60km from Bhuj in the Kutch District.

Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly from Bhuj in the Kutch District.

Kutchi woman (by Milapsinh Jadeja)     ...the size of the nose ring depicts the status of the family of the bride..”

Kutchi woman (by Milapsinh Jadeja) “look at her nose ring…. it has a history in kutch. the size of the nose ring depicts the status of the family of the bride.

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The Banjara tribe is the most colorful of any tribal group in India, the original habitants of Rajastan, India. Banjaras have an unique costume and embroidery style. As nomads of the Thar desert, they live in Central and of Western India.

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India |  A Meghwal Lady at the well. The Meghwals are a tribal minority living in the remote desert area of Kutch in far Western Gujarat State. Meghwal ladies are famous for their intricate weaving. |  ©  Micheal Sheridan

LOCATION: INDIA - GUJARAT / A Meghwal Lady at the well. The Meghwals are a tribal minority living in the remote desert area of Kutch in far Western Gujarat State. Meghwal ladies are famous for their intricate weaving.

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