Search for: [Description = "Photography \(scan from a slide\). Fragment of a tribal feast of Bhils dedicated to the goddess Gauri. The festival lasts for about 40 days and takes place during the rainy season. Every day a group of men from the tribe are dancing in the next village. Culminating celebration in this region takes place on the outskirts of Udaipur and within a few hours of dancing and playing a scene from tribal mythology, the most of them connected with life of a deity Rai Budiya. At the end of the procession holy figure of the goddess Gauri is thrown into the water. The photo shows the audience gathered during the rituals. Women and children of the tribe of Bhil are sitting on the ground. In the background can be seen the buildings facing the main square of the village and women and children of the tribe of Bhil, but also other residents of the village. On the wall of a building is painted Raja riding on an elephant. Before buildings gathered is the second part of the audience \- men and children \- living in rural areas"]

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