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By Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline. Men 'hit on' a naked woman depicted in a 19th century painting after an image of the artwork was shared on Facebook. British freelance journalist Kitty Wenham came across the picture of William-Adolphe Bouguereau's painting 'After The Bath' on the World Paintings Facebook group and spotted the amorous messages left in the comments section of the post. Another wrote: 'Hello sexy dear friend how are you. Kitty tweeted the hilarious picture and her post went viral, garnering over k likes. She wrote: 'Men hitting on a painting'.
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Mysterious naked holy men a huge draw at India's Kumbh Mela
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The festival is one of the only opportunities to see the reclusive Naga sadhus, some of whom live in caves after taking a vow of celibacy and renouncing worldly possessions. Their charge down to the waters to bathe at the opening of the Kumbh, many armed with tridents and swords, is one of the highlights of the festival. They give their message to the people and they transform people. Most of the Nagas enter the orders in their early teens, leaving their friends and families to immerse themselves in meditation, yoga and religious rituals.
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Men 'hit on' naked woman depicted in a 19th century painting after it's shared on Facebook
Mohandas Gandhi , whose death anniversary falls on Saturday, was an amazing human being. He led his country to freedom and helped destroy the British Empire. Little wonder India worshipped him, and still worships him, as the Mahatma — "Great Soul". In the west he is viewed as a near-perfect combination of compassion, bravery and wisdom.
For centuries Hindu pilgrims have donated their hair in a ritual of purification. Today this hair has become a precious commodity and an extraordinary economic resource. Hair India follows the journey of human hair from the holy temples of Southern India to the production lines of Europe and on to high class beauty salons around the world. Last year, filmmaker Raffaele Brunetti spoke to Al Jazeera's Donata Hardenberg about the making of Hair India and how the film reflects the contradictions in modern Indian society. Raffaele Brunetti: It was my co-director Marco Leopardi who came up with the idea.