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The coracle man

Indian coracles (knows an parisal in Tamil language) are commonly found on most of the tourist places along the river Kaveri in Southern India. Coracles are primitive, light, bowl-shaped boats with a frame of woven grasses, reeds, or saplings covered with hides. They are used for both fishing and giving rides to tourists.

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Taken on April 22, 2009