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|Credit Line:||Gift of Mahinda de Lanerolle on behalf of the de Lanerolle Trust, Sri Lanka, 2011|
White cotton - triangular, open plain weave with red stitching on base and sides. Side is open. The strainer is intended for use by a Buddhist monk to strain bugs out of water. Part of the eight possessions of a monk known as atthapirika (atapirikara).
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