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Kalamukha
also called "black-face"

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  1. refers to a member of an ascetic group prevalent in medieval India

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 15, 2009
  2. a term from Hindu culture

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  3. The Kalamukhas were closely related to the Kapalikas, or skull-bearers, another group of ascetics, as well as practitioners of esoteric Buddhist Tantra

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  4. The Kalamukhas were highly tantric in character and, like these other aforementioned groups, were often described as employing disturbing imagery of death and cannibalism in their rituals

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