Images of India at Salisbury School

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A sadhu in Rajasthan, India, offers a greeting to photographers Dan Mead and Sally Eagle, whose show, “Namaste: Images of India” opens at Salisbury School’s Tremaine Gallery on Friday, April 6, with a reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sadhus are holy men who have renounced all material comforts and possessions and live in forests, caves and temples as hermits all over India. They are respected but often feared for their curses. “Namaste” is on view through May 4. 


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