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“The mysterious maya”, by George E. Stuart and Gene S. Stuart, photographs by David Alan Harvey and Otis Imboden, National geographic, 1977.

Photo journalism- orientalizing views of the other cultures."The mysterious maya”, by George E. Stuart and Gene S. Stuart, photographs by David Alan Harvey and Otis Imboden, National geographic,

Lambadi or Banjara, India

Banjara tribal people at Raikal village. A Banjara women`s mode of dressing is regarded to be the most colorful, as well as elaborate, amongst all other tribal communities that are present at the moment in India.

Dongria Kondh girls • Niyamgiri Hills, Orissa, India

Credit: Jason Taylor/Survival International The Dongria Kondh women of the Niyamgiri hills in Odisha state, India – who call themselves Jharnia, or protectors of streams – have lived in the lush,.

Aren't they just so beautiful?  Gujurat, #India.  Indian pattern, Indian color  - Yes!

As a part of Rabari culture newly wed brides have to take a round of the village.

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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A Rabari woman sits at Than Monastery. Rabari women usually wear black skirts and blouses edged with elaborate embroidery, as well as plentiful jewellery and tattoos.

india by Olier Föllmi

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.

..il reste toujours du temps une fois qu'on a appris à vivre chaque jour comme si c'était le dernier..

Cover photo from the book: “Gypsies, Wanderers of the World” Photographed by Bruce Dale, Text by Bart McDowell, 215 pages, copyright 1970 National Geographic Society

- Besancenot Jean (1902-1992) Femme berbère Ouled Yahia. Son cou et son visage sont tatoués. Elle porte un collier fait de pièces d'argent enfilées de profil.- Arago

- Besancenot Jean (1902-1992) Femme berbère Ouled Yahia. Son cou et son visage sont tatoués. Elle porte un collier fait de pièces d'argent enfilées de profil.- Arago

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