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" The statues represent male figures draped with a shawl-like cloth worn on the left shoulder and under the right arm so as to leave the right arm free which recalls the upaveta mode peculiar to India discovered during the later vedic age. "
A Dictionary in Assamese and English - Page 63
1867 - 609 pages
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Assamese and English Dictionary

Miles Bronson - Assamese language - 1991 - 609 pages
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