Sunday, June 24, 2018

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Tatto



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Rajah or tattoo (English: tattoo) is a sign made by inserting pigment into the skin. In technical terms, the tattoo is a micro pigment implantation. Rajah can be made against human or animal skin. Rajah in humans is a form of body modification, while rajah in animals is generally used as identification.



Rajah is a practice found almost everywhere with functions in accordance with local customs. Rajah used to be often used by the tribes estranged in a region of the world as a marking of territory, degrees, ranks, even signify one's health. Rajah is widely used by Polynesian, Filipino, Borneo, African, North American, South American, Mesoamerican, European, Japanese, Cambodian, and Chinese. Although in some circles rajah considered taboo, rajah art remains a popular thing in the world.

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