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A Beautiful Life

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

A Beautiful Life

Santals live in the northern part of our country. Their culture and traditions boast vibrancy and colours and that sense of aesthetics is evident in the patterns they use to decorate their houses. However, over the years, their existence has been marginalised. This country is as much theirs as it is ours, and their way of life must be preserved. PHOTOS AND TEXT: PRONOB GHOSH

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