After bathing in the Ganges River, a Hindu pilgrim dries a doti (a cloth wrap) in the sun. To live a pure life, Hindus believe, one should wear unstitched cloth.
Drying a Doti
by Cary Wolinsky
Item number: CW0032
Location: Varanasi, India
Created: 1992 Copyright: 1992
Edition and Image Sizes: Not including border.
27h by 18w inches, edition 30
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Print Method: Archival Inkjet
Signature: Obverse, right side, Cary S Wolinsky
Gallery Information: Pucker Gallery, Boston
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