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Thursday, April 20, 2000

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The placid face of tribal India
THE open front at Anandwan in Warora is green with neem, ashok and mango trees providing cover from a 40 to 42 degrees sun. Along the edges and the middle are potted plants with jasmine and bougainvillea easy to identify. Around the trees are cement plat forms dressed up with odd-shape stone fossils like vegetables at a grocery store.


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