Tamil colorful men - If males in nature do, why can't we? Traditional south Indian Dhoti/Lungi dress

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It was quite liberating to spend a year immersed in a culture that allows men dress colors other then white-black-grey-brown and sometimes blue.

Indian man run freely across the palette: reds, pinks, purples yellows, greens, what between and in the mix. Sometimes topping the woman besides them with the richness and variation, all the while the gender balance doesn't suffer at all.

A vivid, natural tradition that allows and men what is the norm with all males in nature.

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Tamil colorful men - If males in nature do, why can't we? Traditional south Indian Dhoti/Lungi dress: man in vivid Crimson red - woman in Apple-Citron yellow-green grey Saree - husband hubbie wife - Couple shopping Vegetable market - Tamil Nadu தமிழ் India भारत இந்தியா

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