Last spring (yes, as in spring 2013), I attended a talk at NYU where one of my old schoolboy chums was speaking.
One of the event hosts, named Amita, had a lovely Sanskrit tattoo on her arm, and she allowed me to take a photo.
Alas, my e-mails to her have gone unanswered, so I’ll just post this and move on.
Thanks to Amita for sharing with us here on Tattoosday!
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