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A full-page advertisement for 'Pears' soap, taken from the 1929 edition of 'The Times of India Annual'.  Universal Images Group

A full-page advertisement for 'Pears' soap, taken from the 1929 edition of 'The Times of India Annual'. Universal Images Group

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Inspirations venues d'Inde

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Indian woman in traditional sari. 19th century photo. traditional indian attire

Indian woman in traditional sari. 19th century photo. traditional indian attire

allumettesindia023 by pilllpat (agence eureka), via Flickr

allumettesindia023 by pilllpat (agence eureka), via Flickr

31-10-11  marathi girls 1800

31-10-11 marathi girls 1800

Original Vintage Posters -> Travel Posters -> India - Air India - AntikBar

Original Vintage Posters -> Travel Posters -> India - Air India - AntikBar

matchlabels004 by pilllpat (agence eureka), via Flickr

matchlabels004 by pilllpat (agence eureka), via Flickr

Plash | 25 Vintage Old Indian Ads Featuring Bollywood Celebrities That’ll Take You Down Memory Lane

Plash | 25 Vintage Old Indian Ads Featuring Bollywood Celebrities That’ll Take You Down Memory Lane

Shiva Ardhanarishvara. Album 185 illustrations of Shiva History Karaikal (Tanjore), between 1727 and 1758. Shiva androgynous samabhanga standing on a pedestal, is represented half man holding ascetic, and half woman, dressed in an elegant red sari. His right hand holds the left mriga and a lotus flower, while his other two hands are in Abhaya mudra and running aground. It symbolizes the union of Shiva (the substance) and Shakti (energy) which is the basis of all creation.

Shiva Ardhanarishvara. Album 185 illustrations of Shiva History Karaikal (Tanjore), between 1727 and 1758. Shiva androgynous samabhanga standing on a pedestal, is represented half man holding ascetic, and half woman, dressed in an elegant red sari. His right hand holds the left mriga and a lotus flower, while his other two hands are in Abhaya mudra and running aground. It symbolizes the union of Shiva (the substance) and Shakti (energy) which is the basis of all creation.

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