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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - The Living Arts

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Keywords: art, temporary, ephemeral, rangoli, henna



Powdered chalk and nimble fingers does the trick.

A Woman Spreading Rangoli

Rangoli to welcome god.
The  Doddata Folk Troupe
A Folk Artists as a Fearsome Rakshasa (Deamon)

Ephemeral Dirt Sculpture Erected by a Beggar
Sand Sculpture
Weddings in India
The Mehendi (henna) on a Bride's Hands

 

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