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Female tribal artists decorating a courtyard in the village of Jorakath in preparation for a wedding ceremony. The painting traditions of Khovar (for weddings) and Sohrai (for harvest festivals) have been handed down from mothers to daughters for generations but is becoming rarer as traditional mud buildings are replaced with brick construction and as pressure from mining impacts on traditional village life..