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Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0026 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0027 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0036 RED
A tonsured family poses for a photo at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0037 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0041 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0042 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0043 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0044 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0065 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0066 RED
Tonsuring happens at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0023 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0038 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0039 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0059 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0060 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0061 RED
Ramraj works in his field after being tonsured in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0062 RED
Minala works in her home after being tonsured in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0063 RED
Minala works in her home after being tonsured in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0064 RED
Minala and Ramraj pose for a photo at home after being tonsured in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0068 RED
Women collect comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0070 RED
Ramraj works in his field after being tonsured in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0020 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0028 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0029 RED
Darshini Priya is seen after being tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0030 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0035 RED
Darshini Priya is tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0040 RED
Darshini Priya is seen after being tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0050 RED
Darshini Priya is seen after being tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0051 RED
Darshini Priya poses for a photo before being tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0052 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0053 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0054 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0055 RED
Darshini Priya is seen at home after tonsuring in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0057 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0058 RED
A person is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0067 RED
Darshini Priya is seen after being tonsured at a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0031 RED
Murugam Ambal's home holds hair that he has bought from women who collect comb waste from villages in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0032 RED
Murugam Ambal's home holds hair that he has bought from women who collect comb waste from villages in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0033 RED
Tonsured hair is collected in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0034 RED
Bags of tonsured hair are seen in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0045 RED
Murugam Ambal collects hair from women who collect it from villages in Tamil Nadu, India. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0046 RED
A man counts his money after selling collected comb waste hair in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0047 RED
Murugam Ambal weighs hair from women who collect it from villages in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0048 RED
Children shower after being tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0069 RED
Comb waste hair is weighed and purchased from villages in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa. Comb waste is also transformed into wigs and weaves.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0001 RED
Kishore Kumaar holds hair at his wig and weave headquarters at A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0002 RED
Kishore Kumaar holds hair at his wig and weave headquarters at A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0011 RED
Kishore Kumaar holds hair at his wig and weave headquarters at A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0017 RED
Kishore Kumaar holds hair at his wig and weave headquarters at A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0018 RED
Kishore Kumaar holds hair at his wig and weave headquarters at A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0019 RED
People produce wigs and weaves at the headquarters of A.L. Kishore in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0021 RED
A child who was tonsured is blessed in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0022 RED
A child is tonsured in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01385709_0049 RED
A child who was tonsured in a temple is seen in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A child who was tonsured dances in a temple in Tamil Nadu, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hair is displayed at Raj Hair International in Chennai, India. The process of shaving ones hair and donating it to the Gods is known as tonsuring. It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness. The "temple hair", as it's known, is then auctioned off to a processing plant and then sold as pricey wigs and weaves in the US, Europe and Africa.
MINIMUM PRICE $100

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