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Search results for: Henna-(Plant)

IRAQ-HENNA/
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March 17, 2019
A man shows henna plants at his shop in Basra, Iraq March 9, 2019. Picture taken March 9, 2019. REUTERS/Essam...
Basra, Iraq
A man shows henna plants at his shop in Basra
A man shows henna plants at his shop in Basra, Iraq March 9, 2019. Picture taken March 9, 2019. REUTERS/Essam al-Sudani
IRAQ-HENNA/
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March 17, 2019
Henna plants are seen at a farm in Basra, Iraq March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Essam...
Basra, Iraq
Henna plants are seen at a farm in Basra
Henna plants are seen at a farm in Basra, Iraq March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Essam al-Sudani
NEPAL-RELIGION/
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July 23, 2018
A hand of a devotee decorated with Mehndi also knows as henna tattoos is pictured as she performs rituals...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A hand of a devotee decorated with Mehndi also knows as henna tattoos is pictured as she performs rituals...
A hand of a devotee decorated with Mehndi also knows as henna tattoos is pictured as she performs rituals at Pashupatinath temple to mark the Shrawan Sombar festival in Kathmandu, Nepal July 23, 2018. The festival lasts for a month, during which devotees fast and worship Lord Shiva to pray for happiness for their families. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NIGER/
RTX13TAD
September 21, 2013
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and...
Niamey, Niger
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and colorants. In Niger, women pay up to $30 for henna tattoos on their hands and feet. Henna tattoos are generally done before attending baptisms and marriages, and it is one of the few businesses dominated by women in the Sahel country. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER/
RTX13TAB
September 21, 2013
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey, September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and...
Niamey, Niger
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey, September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and colorants. In Niger, women pay up to $30 for henna tattoos on their hands and feet. Henna tattoos are generally done before attending baptisms and marriages, and it is one of the few businesses dominated by women in the Sahel country. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
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July 15, 2007
A devotee celebrates a festival at the shrine of Manghopir on the outskirts of Karachi July 15, 2007....
Karachi, Pakistan
A devotee celebrates a festival at the shrine of Manghopir on the outskirts of Karachi
A devotee celebrates a festival at the shrine of Manghopir on the outskirts of Karachi July 15, 2007. The crocodile festival, popularly known as "Sheedi Mela" is held every year in the foothills of Manghopir and holds both religious and cultural significance for the clan of African descendants involved in organizing it. Festivities include drum beating rituals and songs in different languages that resemble Swahili, Sindhi, and Balochi. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
AFGHAN ELECTION CARPETS
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October 07, 2004
An Afghan man pours dye made from crushed plants into a tub to dye wool at a workshop in Kabul October...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man pours dye made from crushed plants into a tub to dye wool at a workshop in Kabul.
An Afghan man pours dye made from crushed plants into a tub to dye wool at a workshop in Kabul October 7, 2004. It takes a month to make a standard sized 5 meter carpet, for which a family will get about 12,000 Afghanis ($250), a rare bright spot in the economy of Afghanistan, one of the world's most wretchedly poor nations. REUTERS/Caren Firouz NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE CJF/SN
BANGLADESH
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December 25, 2000
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the.....
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival on Wednesday. Women of Muslim countries use the dye, prepared from the leaves of the henna plant, as natural cosmetic to stain the nails, fingers and their feet before a celebration.
BANGLADESH
RTXK6VG
December 25, 2000
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the.....
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival on Wednesday. Women of Muslim countries use the dye, prepared from the leaves of the henna plant, as natural cosmetic to stain the nails, fingers and their feet before a celebration.
BANGLADESH
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December 25, 2000
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI GIRLS PAINT THEIR PALMS WITH HENNA.
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival on Wednesday. Women of Muslim countries use the dye, prepared from the leaves of the henna plant, as natural cosmetic to stain the nails, fingers and their feet before a celebration. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.

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BANGLADESH
RTRCCBU
December 25, 2000
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI GIRLS PAINT THEIR PALMS WITH HENNA.
Bangladeshi Muslim girls show their palms painted with henna in Dhaka December 25, 2000 ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival on Wednesday. Women of Muslim countries use the dye, prepared from the leaves of the henna plant, as natural cosmetic to stain the nails, fingers and their feet before a celebration. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.

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CHINA
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July 09, 2000
Chinese body-painter Edward Zhang draws a Tibetan styled pattern on a university student's body at his...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A BODY-PAINTER WORKS AT HIS SHOP IN BEIJING.
Chinese body-painter Edward Zhang draws a Tibetan styled pattern on a university student's body at his shop in central Beijing July 7. Zhang's body-painting shop, opened on June 18, is the first one in the Beijing area. Patterns cost from 10 yuan ($1.20) to 200 yuan ($24). The dye is an extract from henna, an Indian plant that is harmless to the body. It usually take Zhang an hour to paint the patterns which will gradually fade from the skin in two to three weeks.

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