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Tag Archives: Northern India
In Hyperallergic-January 23, 2018 The Shekhawati region covers almost 5,000 square miles and hosts an estimated 2,000 frescoed buildings built from the 17th to the early 20th century. A ceiling fresco in a haveli in India’s Shekhawati province (all photos by … Continue reading