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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Grafitti and defacement of Indian monuments

The first two pictures are examples of how miscreants have defaced the walls of the buildings of the ancient Red Fort at Agra, also called the Agra Fort.
defaced design at Agra Fort

graffiti at Agra Fort

This sculpture at Ellora may not seem to be defaced at first glance, but in actual fact it is, but no one wants to talk about it due to the embarrassment it creates. Some miscreants have fondled certain body parts, resulting in some shiny areas. This is prevalent at Ellora, this being just one amongst many female statues spoilt this way. I was surprised to see this amongst the female statues and felt that this fact must be known to all.

defaced sculpture are Ellora

Related Images: Designs from the Red Fort Agra or Agra Fort or try the label "Ajanta" or Ellora.for photographs of ancient Indian sculptures.

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