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Little Newar girls getting ready for their Ihi (which is their first marriage) with a special type of fruit.

Little Newar girls getting ready for their Ihi (which is their first marriage) with a special type of fruit.

Meninas hinduístas nepalesas vestidas com roupas típicas durante celebração religiosa. As meninas mais ao alto estão representando os deuses Vixnu e Lakshmi e as duas mais abaixo os deuses Krishna e Radha. // Messe ◆Nepal – Wikipédia http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nepal #Nepal

Meninas hinduístas nepalesas vestidas com roupas típicas durante celebração religiosa. As meninas mais ao alto estão representando os deuses Vixnu e Lakshmi e as duas mais abaixo os deuses Krishna e Radha. // Messe ◆Nepal – Wikipédia http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nepal #Nepal

Indian children dressed as Hindu God Shiva, right, and Parvati, hold a toy gun as they pose for a photograph during the annual traditional fair of Magh Mela at the confluence of the rivers Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati, in Allahabad, India, on January 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

Indian children dressed as Hindu God Shiva, right, and Parvati, hold a toy gun as they pose for a photograph during the annual traditional fair of Magh Mela at the confluence of the rivers Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati, in Allahabad, India, on January 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

India ~ Himachal Pradesh  | Typical Kinnauri Bride.  Chitkul Baspa Valley in Kinnaur District, Indo-Tibet border | ©AllAboutKinnaur

India ~ Himachal Pradesh | Typical Kinnauri Bride. Chitkul Baspa Valley in Kinnaur District, Indo-Tibet border | ©AllAboutKinnaur

Bedouin woman from the Negev Desert | Under her coin-covered face veil, she is also wearing a nose ring || ©Shelagh Weir "Palestine Costume"  British Museum Publications, London.  1989.  Page 190

Bedouin woman from the Negev Desert | Under her coin-covered face veil, she is also wearing a nose ring || ©Shelagh Weir "Palestine Costume" British Museum Publications, London. 1989. Page 190

Nepal's living goddess locally known as the Kumari, Samita Bajracharya, watches the last day of Rato Machhendranath chariot festival in Patan, outskirts of Katmandu, Nepal

The making of a child goddess: Behind-the-scenes pictures show painstaking preparations and exquisite clothes which turn a little girl into a living deity

Nepal's living goddess locally known as the Kumari, Samita Bajracharya, watches the last day of Rato Machhendranath chariot festival in Patan, outskirts of Katmandu, Nepal

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