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  1. My folks are pretty religious and when I'm in their home, I participate in the religious and cultural events. So too have all of our dogs. Girls and women typically wear a bindi or decorative mark on our foreheads. Incidentally, my niece used to call Brin(di) Bin(di) for a long time. Brin loved being adorned with bindis and jewelry handmade by my mom. Zola was a junkyard dog. No clothes, no shoes, no jewelry need apply. She hated the fancy bindis, and her signature necklace, but would tolerate the kumkum and vibhuti we wear when attending the temple. Neither dog cared for the home ceremonies though (can't blame them, they're long and tedious). Brin would never even show up, preferring to hide in a back room. Here's Zola's take: Thanks for looking!
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