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The Bauls of Jaydev Kenduli
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The Jaydev Kenduli Baul Mela has been continuing undisturbed and unperturbed at Jaydev Kenduli village, in West Bengal, India for over five-six centuries in the name of Kavi Jaydeva.

The Jaydev Kenduli Baul Mela is an annual fair organized on the occasion of Makar Sankranti that mostly falls on 14th January every year (on 15th January in leap year). The Mela continues for 3 days. The images below show the Bauls in incredible India i.e. Bharat.  For the main travelogue article Click Here.
 
















 

See Also:
The Mela Shops of Jaydeva Kenduli
Life as it is at Jaydeva Kenduli
 
For the main travelogue article Click Here.
 

20-Jan-2013
More by :  Indrajit Bandyopadhyay
 
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