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Solvyns, Balt. (Balthazar), 1760-1824. Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Image of book which is open to a page containing a colored etching of a scantly-clad ascetic with right arm elevated. His public display of this self-inflicted pain or mortification could be seen in the temples around Calcutta in the 18th century. The ocher shawl suggests he is a Shivaite. From Solvyns's Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings, sec. 7, pl. 10.

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<p>Image of book which is open to a page containing a colored etching of a scantly-clad ascetic with right arm elevated. His public display of this self-inflicted pain or mortification could be seen in the temples around Calcutta in the 18th century.  The ocher shawl suggests he is a Shivaite.  From Solvyns's Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings, sec. 7, pl. 10.</p>
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An Ooddoobahoo

Solvyns, Balt. (Balthazar), 1760-1824. Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Image of book which is open to a page containing a colored etching of a scantly-clad ascetic with right arm elevated. His public display of this self-inflicted pain or mortification could be seen in the temples around Calcutta in the 18th century.  The ocher shawl suggests he is a Shivaite.  From Solvyns's Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings, sec. 7, pl. 10.</p>
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Image of book which is open to a page containing a colored etching of a scantly-clad ascetic with right arm elevated. His public display of this self-inflicted pain or mortification could be seen in the temples around Calcutta in the 18th century. The ocher shawl suggests he is a Shivaite. From Solvyns's Collection of two hundred and fifty coloured etchings, sec. 7, pl. 10.

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