Indian performers wearing body-paint depicting tigers wait for the artwork to dry as they prepare to take part in the Pulikali, or Tiger Dance, in Thrissur on September 17, 2016. The folk-art event is held every year in the town during the Onam festival.

Indian performers wearing body-paint depicting tigers wait for the artwork to dry as they prepare to take part in the Pulikali, or Tiger Dance, in Thrissur on September 17, 2016. The folk-art event is held every year in the town during the Onam festival.

Indian performers wearing body-paint depicting tigers wait for the artwork to dry as they prepare to take part in the Pulikali, or Tiger Dance, in Thrissur on September 17, 2016. The folk-art event is held every year in the town during the Onam festival.

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