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Statue of Táníshá.
Statue of Sáliváhanudu.
This Paturu (near Nellore) sari is distintive for its use of embroidered patterns throughout the body of the sari, and for its relatively unadorned pallu.
Southeast India: 1890 Map
Inscription (author's translation): "A ruler in the lineage of Asaf Jahi who always cared for the poor."