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INDIA
RTR13PK8 
May 27, 2003 
Two Indian girls perform the rope variation of a traditional form of Indian
gymnastics, known as "Mallakhamb"... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
INDIAN GIRLS PERFORM "MALLAKHAMB" A TRADITIONAL INDIAN GYMNASTICS IN
BOMBAY. 
Two Indian girls perform the rope variation of a traditional form of Indian
gymnastics, known as "Mallakhamb" (gymnast's pole), in Bombay May 27,2003.
Mallakhamb, which can be traced back to the 12th century in India, combines
aggressive body control and the gentleness of a dancer to attain physical
fitness. However, Mallkhamb is on the decline owing to the commercialisation
of other sports. Pictures of the month May 2003 REUTERS/Roy
Madhur

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INDIA
RTR13PH6 
May 27, 2003 
British circus artist Satya Cotton-Lapham, 24, performs the rope
variation of a traditional form of... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
BRITISH CIRCUS ARTIST SATYA COTTON-LAPHAM PERFORMS "MALLAKHAMB",A
TRADITIONAL INDIAN GYMNASTICS, IN... 
British circus artist Satya Cotton-Lapham, 24, performs the rope
variation of a traditional form of Indian gymnastics, known as
"Mallakhamb" (gymnast's pole), in Bombay May 27,2003. Mallakhamb, which
can be traced back to the 12th century in India, combines aggressive
body control and the gentleness of a dancer to attain physical fitness.
However, Mallkhamb is on the decline owing to the commercialisation of
other sports. Lapham is student of Mallakhamb in Bombay. REUTERS/Roy
Madhur

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INDIA
RTR13PH4 
May 27, 2003 
Two Indian girls perform the rope variation of a traditional form of
Indian gymnastics, known as "Mallakhamb"... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
INDIAN GIRLS PERFORM "MALLAKHAMB" A TRADITIONAL INDIAN GYMNASTICS IN
BOMBAY. 
Two Indian girls perform the rope variation of a traditional form of
Indian gymnastics, known as "Mallakhamb" (gymnast's pole), in Bombay
May 27,2003. Mallakhamb, which can be traced back to the 12th century
in India, combines aggressive body control and the gentleness of a
dancer to attain physical fitness. However, Mallkhamb is on the decline
owing to the commercialisation of other sports. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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INDIA
RTR13PH1 
May 27, 2003 
British circus artist Satya Cotton-Lapham, 24, performs the rope
variation of a traditional form of... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
BRITISH CIRCUS ARTIST SATYA COTTON-LAPHAM PERFORMS "MALLAKHAMB" A
TRADITIONAL INDIAN GYMNASTICS IN BOMBAY.... 
British circus artist Satya Cotton-Lapham, 24, performs the rope
variation of a traditional form of Indian gymnastics, known as
"Mallakhamb" (gymnast's pole), in Bombay May 27,2003. Mallakhamb, which
can be traced back to the 12th century in India, combines aggressive
body control and the gentleness of a dancer to attain physical fitness.
However, Mallkhamb is on the decline owing to the commercialisation of
other sports. Lapham is student of Mallakhamb in Bombay. REUTERS/Roy
Madhur

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