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A Hindu Temple Built Over 25 Years By Siewdass Sadhu Photo © Wyatt Gallery, By Arrangement With Alex Smailes

Issue 359
A Hindu temple built over 25 years by Siewdass Sadhu
Photo © Wyatt Gallery, by arrangement with Alex Smailes
A Hindu temple built over 25 years by Siewdass Sadhu Photo © Wyatt Gallery, by arrangement with Alex Smailes
A Hindu temple built over 25 years by Siewdass Sadhu
Photo © Wyatt Gallery, by arrangement with Alex Smailes


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