Stock photography image - Decorated silver water jar

It is a close-up view of silver water jar which is used as worship pot. There are two other jars beside these one.

 

 

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Decorated silver water jar

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Image ID: 16788
License type: Royalty-Free (RF)
Contributor: Wasik Edaaf
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Categories: Objects, Religious
Location: Ramu, Cox's Bazar, Cittagong, Bangladesh
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