DIVGods in the Bazaar is a fascinating account of the printed images known in India as calendar art or bazaar art, the color- saturated, mass-produced pictures often used on calendars and in advertisements, featuring deities and other religious themes as well as nationalist leaders, alluring women, movie stars, chubby babies, and landscapes.
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This classic dish consists of cassava leaves cooked in coconut milk, with cashew nuts.
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