By Gaiyampada Parameswaran/NHL.comPosted November 11, 2018 09:02:53Hinduism has been the dominant religion in India for centuries.
However, the tradition has come under strain in recent decades, with the rise of radical Islam, which seeks to destroy Hinduism.
That has left Hindus with little choice but to adapt and adapt to new forms of Hinduism to survive.
The latest study, which found that there are a growing number of Hindu tattoos across the country, highlights this point.
The study was carried out by a team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (CASSS), and the Indian Council for Research on Multilingualism (ICMRM).
The team used the data to analyze the tattoo culture of 1,076 tattooed men and women in a Mumbai suburb of Mumbai.
The researchers also used social media data to track the tattooing of the men and the women in the area.
Their findings revealed that the tattooed community in the metro area has been undergoing a massive transformation.
The tattooing community is more diverse than ever.
More than 60% of the tattooers are non-Hindus.
There are now over 1,300 tattoo shops, more than a thousand tattoo parlours, and a few hundred tattoo parlor owners.
The largest tattoo parlaments are in Mumbai’s east and south-west areas, with around 30 of them located in the western suburbs.
According to the study, a majority of the tattoos are of a ‘fiery, bold and aggressive nature.’
This is not the first time that Indian society has been facing a shift in tattoo culture.
In 2017, the Supreme Court issued a fatwa (religious edict) that the use of a Hindu symbol was not permitted in public spaces in India.
The fatwa also declared that tattooing was not only a cultural practice but also a political one.
The Supreme Court ruled that the ‘fatal flaw’ in the Indian tattooing system is the fact that it was not developed to allow for non-conformity in the tattoo.
This led to a rise in the number of tattoos, which now include a lot of radical elements.
The tattooing study also found that the majority of tattoos are ‘mock’ or caricatures.
This was particularly apparent in the case of ‘flesh-and-blood’ tattooing.
The authors explained that the most common type of mock tattooing is one of a woman, wearing a long coat with a long braided skirt.
In this case, the female body is portrayed as a ‘shiny’ object that can be seen through the braids.
A number of tattooers in the study said that they prefer to do mock tattooings because they want to draw attention to their tattoos.
This is not a new trend in India, however, the tattoo artist is often the person responsible for creating the artwork.
The tattoos are usually designed by the tattooer themselves.
In some instances, the artist will draw a picture from the tattoo, as part of a mock-up tattoo.
These mock-ups usually include a religious image or a picture of a saint.
However the study also revealed that there is a large gap between the number and the quality of the art.
The study found that only 5.8% of all the tattoos were of ‘good quality.’
This was more than double the national average of 4.6%.
In an attempt to understand how tattoo artists came up with the most ‘hot’ and ‘hot-tempered’ designs, the authors compared the tattoo designs created by the top tattoo artists with those created by non-tattooers.
For example, the top six tattoo artists produced about 1,400 different designs, whereas the non-professional tattooers only produced about 100.
The results revealed that tattoo artists tend to focus on the hottest and most ‘macho’ designs.
They are more likely to have ‘hot heads,’ which are more pronounced, and more aggressive, than the tattoo artists.
The researchers also found a correlation between the amount of tattoos and the amount that are made.
The more tattoos a person has, the more tattoos are made from the same person.
This is because the tattoo is a part of the person’s identity.
In fact, the study found a strong correlation between tattoo artists and tattoo owners.
The findings also revealed some of the trends that the researchers found in their study.
For instance, the average age of tattoo artists is still below 30 years old.
This means that tattooists are generally young and can work in an office environment without much supervision.
They also tend to have a strong desire to work in the field of tattooing, as the profession is considered one of the most rewarding fields of employment.