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Sellers of fish, Mussulman, Sind.1872 The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

Sellers of fish, Mussulman, The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

Gypsies, also called Roma, Romani, and Sinti immigrated from North India into Eastern Europe and the Balkans several centuries ago. Although their nomadic lifestyle and colorful caravans are idealized &/or exoticized in literature, film, and the imaginations of many mainstream people, many Roma people have been forced to settle in permanent locations where they endure harsh discriminations and live in conditions of dire poverty.

Roma People - Gypsies - (Crystalinks) known as the nomads people of Europe.

http://james-a-watkins.hubpages.com/hub/The-Gypsies.Interesting facts

History of the Gypsies

gypsy - from the book "Bury Me Standing: The Gypsies and Their Journey" by Isabel Fonseca by Isabel Fonseca

Baroda Gateway, Dabhoi, India. Indian history:

From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

African history......Beware of fake Modelling Agencies, that offer young women work often in foreign cities/countries, recently in Hong Kong, two Punjabi India men, Ravi/Ravinder Dahiya, about 45, tall, handsome, white hair, eyeglasses, and a male subordinate solicited on Lantau Island for a non-existent modelling agency.....#ravidahiya_hk ....

Today in history: May 1888 - Cyril Briggs born. Briggs was an African-Caribbean and African-American communist writer and activist. He was born in the West Indies and moved to New York in In.

Mohana women, Soonnee Mussulmans, Sind. 1872 The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Irula women, Nilgiri Hills. 1872 The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

1872 The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

1872 The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations

pre 1872 - The people of India : A series of photographic illustrations,

Kurumbars, Nilligiris. (two women, one sitting)

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Index

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Bustee, Hindu, Hissar.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Dhangees, Hindus, Saugor.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

A Noomrya and his daughter, Soonnee Mussulmans, Sind.

Clarence Comyn Taylor or Benjamin Simpson [?]: Sunwar, (sub-Himalayan origin), Nepal [Male]. (1868-1875,'The People Of India')

Clarence Comyn Taylor or Benjamin Simpson [?]: Sunwar, (sub-Himalayan origin), Nepal [Male].

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

people of India : A series of photographic illu.

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