Mud day




Sharad will organizing a Mud day programme in Panch khal on 24th where all age group children will have chance to go with mud and celebrate rice planting session. GREAT WORK SHARAD - we thank you

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Nepalese farmers splash mud at each other as they plant rice in a field on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2009. The farmers of Nepal celebrate National Paddy Day on 'Asar 15' of the Nepali calendar each year as they begin their annual rice planting season. (PRAKASH MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images) 

Combine two of the most common materials found on the surface of our planet - dirt and water - and you get mud, which, in turn, can be played in, struggled through, rubbed on for medicinal value, or just worn for fun. Collected over the past few months from festivals sporting events and more, you'll find here photographs of people around the world playing with, wallowing in, wearing and just dealing with mud










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