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Small, carved, painted wooden figure, flat across the base and back, with a large head and short body. The face of the figure is painted white with two large white eyes with black pupils outlined in red, a red mouth, and an intricate set of black eyebrows, one over each eye, with two horizontal lines and several angled lines coming off the top of the top line. The figure also has a bindi, which is red and white and a black nose with seven lines drawn towards the mouth. The body is blue with black, orange and yellow vertical stripes down the centre. On top of the head there is a round red, yellow and black design with three black lines protruding from it, and there are two "arms" protruding from either side of the face, which are white with an orange and black tip.


This figure represents Balabhadra (brother of Jagannath and Subhadra).

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