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Tattoos May Impair Natural Sweating and Cause Overheat of Body

Researchers have found that tattoos may impair natural sweating, potentially causing the body to overheat if the tattoos cover a large area of the...

Debunking Myths And Stating Facts About Hepatitis

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver commonly caused by viral infection. In India, over 40 million people are chronically infected with Hepatitis B and...

Beware Before You Get Your Next Tattoo

Love to get inked? Beware, tattoos can take a toll of your mental health, warned a new study. Researchers from the University of Miami in...

Upscale Tattoo Parlors Around The World

In the 2000s, a different breed of tattoo shops opened. These were more upscale and a lot more attractive to celebrities and to people...

Know Why Women Of “Apatanis tribe” Harm Their Faces: Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh, July 1, 2017: India is a land of many tribes which forms its rich cultural heritage. One such tribe is Apatanis also...

Engraving a Symbolic Idea: The Tale Of Tattoos in India

Tattooing is an emotional, physical, spiritual and mental experience Various tribes use tattoos for several purposes from recording historic events to strengthening the marital...

Guinness World Record: Indian origin Delhi man Har Parkash Rishi removes all teeth and gets over 500 tattoos

An Indian man obsessed with setting Guinness world records got 366 flags tattooed on his body and had all his teeth removed so he...

Rediscovering – The tradition of Indian tattoos

by Annesha Das Gupta Tattoos and the culture of India are the two things that many of us will immediately deem as an oxymoron. Through...

Does the West indulge in ‘cultural appropriation’ under the guise of ‘cool trends’?

By Kelly Smith Deepali Puri entered her friend’s dorm room at The University of Tampa and was immediately faced with one of her Gods: Ganesh....

Myriad shades of body art!

By Meghna Nair While sailing through the impressionable stages of life, we come across many ideas which become symbolic to our identity. We try to...

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