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Sindur Khela - The Vermilion Game

Published February 23rd, 2012

Playing with vermilion - Bengali women, especially married, smearing it on each mother's cheeks and foreheads.The participating women look more beautiful with the dash of bright red on their faces.



On Bijoya Dashami women converge at the makeshift temples or pandals set up across the city to bid farewell to the Goddess and her four children with vermilion and sweets every year in west Bengal.

“Sindur Khela” (The Vermilion Game)

“Sindur Khela” (The Vermilion Game) Bagbajar | Kolkata | 2010

'Sindur khela' (Playing with vermilion- women, especially married, smearing it on each mother's cheeks and foreheads) The participating women look more beautiful with the dash of bright red on their faces.

Sindur Khela (The Vermilion Game)

Sindur Khela (The Vermilion Game) Bagbajar | Kolkata | 2010

'Sindur khela' (Playing with vermillon- women, especially married, smearing it on each other's cheeks and forheads) The participating women look more beautiful with the dash of bright red on their faces.

“Sindur Khela” (The Vermilion Game)

“Sindur Khela” (The Vermilion Game) Bagbajar | Kolkata | 2010



'Sindur khela' (Playing with vermillon- women, especially married, smearing it on each other's cheeks and forheads) The participating women look more beautiful with the dash of bright red on their faces.

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