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On Badugu workshops, Research II(Yogesh) :- photo collection-I

feb 2018

June 2018

June 2018

june 2018

June 2018

June 2018


Yelandhur, June '18

Agara, Jn '18


28June 2018

Subramanya, the priest

madhilu, attLu

3 July 2018
Kanakka's death ceremoney, Aug '18

Aug 2018

Mael kudhe', ayya gudi


Baeldha festival banner

@B'gluru, Sep 2018

Sep 2018


July 2018

BN KuLLa  ayya

Seethi  heththe


Badugu workshop-B'luru

19th Feb 2018

 20.21  Feb 2018

April 2018

Badugu workshop @ Ooty
                                                                                             April 2018

Badugu wordshop @ KOthagiri

@Saai temple, EdapiLLu
                                                            Dec 2018

Badugu class, Dec 2018

with BBH team, Jan 2019

ele' kaNNaadi (made in bronze)

@ Old age home, Dhaenale'
                                                                                     Jan 2019

emme' thO', hosahatti, 

with Surendhra, a Konga(lingayath)
 @ Kembale'(near KadasOle'), Jan 2019

okkalu bettu(in the backdrop)

at north-mysuru side

pittle' haNNu


ee-handhi muLLu

@ Bargarh,
                                                                    Feb , 2019

Sun temple, Konaark

workshop @ KOthagiri
                                     Apr 2018
 Dec 2018


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