An important work of the Indian G. L. N. Simha.
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Aligulimane (Kannada: "block of wood with holes") is a painting, opaque water colours on paper...
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|current||14:43, March 29, 2012||341 × 400 (45 KB)||Mr Mancala||==Summary== '''Aligulimane''' An important work of the Indian G. L. N. Simha. ==Source== Low-resolution photo obtained from "Board Games of India" ([http://kreedaakaushalya.blogspot.de/2008/05/life-imitates-art.html link]) ==Licensing== '''Fair u|