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Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Chuvanna Thadi, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras.

Indian Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Chuvanna Thadi, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Pacha, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

☮ Indian Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Pacha, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Pacha, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

Portrait of Kathakali dancer in full make-up and costume portraying Pacha, wearing elaborate headgear called Mudis and demonstrating the double hand movement known as Samyutha Mudras

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** Vintage Photo Booth Picture ** please excuse me while I pick myself up off the floor! Royal Air Force Officer, ca. Everybody was young once.

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"A Kerala woman sitting near the pond at Madhur Temple in Kasaragod.The women of Kerala typically wear authentic Kerala white sarees when visiting temples or attending any special ceromonies.

Alta- It is a red dye which women in India apply with cotton on the border of their feet and hands for marriages,religious festivals and various dance forms. The specific designs can be very subtle, taking all of five minutes to create.It symbolises beauty,and in dance the red awakens the prana in ones body as well as the space in which one is dancing, thus infusing the ritual with more sanctity.' .Alta is simplistic and impactful.

Alta- It is a red dye which women in India apply with cotton on the border of their feet and hands for marriages,religious festivals…

Georgina Pope (1862–1938) was a Canadian nurse who served with distinction in the Second Boer War (South Africa) & First World War (England & France). She became the first Canadian to receive the Royal Red Cross, awarded to her for conspicuous service in the field. In 1908 she was appointed first Matron of the Canadian Army Medical Corps. Upon her death, Pope was granted a full military funeral.

First head nurse of Canadian Contingent to Boer War Georgina Pope wears possibly her nurse uniform from Bellevue Hospital, New York, on

Apsara hand gestures | ❤ gypsy bellydance ▲ Via Afrikraaft www.pinterest.com/afrikraaft/#tribal #fusion #gypsy

The hands are one of the most important parts of bellydance - check out these apsara hand gestures of the tribal fusion style!

'Curtain Call' (2010) by Madeleine Hand. Watercolor. 55 x 75 cm (21.65 x  29.52 in). Private collection. Browse additional works by this artist: http://www.framesgallery.co.uk/Madeleine%20Hand%202010.htm // Found by @RandomMagicTour (https://twitter.com/randommagictour) - Sasha Soren

✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters & books - Madeleine Hand

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