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Obama is everywhere: On slippers, eggs and books!

Last updated on: November 4, 2010 14:13 IST

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As India awaits a visit by the most powerful person in the world, US President Barack Obama has already managed to make his mark on artisans and hawkers here. Take a look at these images to know what we are talking about:

Slippers with the image of US President Barack Obama are displayed in a shoe shop in Mumbai. The Chinese-made slippers are sold for Rs 249 and are available in four different colours, according to the shop owner.


Photographs: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters
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A man arranges t-shirts with the images of US President Barack Obama and Mahatma Gandhi at a shop in New Delhi.

Photographs: Adnan Abidi/Reuters
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Harwinder Singh Gill, an artisan, displays a portrait of US President Barack Obama carved on a duck's eggshell

Photographs: Munish Sharma/Reuters
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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik works on a likeness of US President Barrack Obama during a competition at the World Championship of Sand Sculpting in Federal Way, Washington.

Photographs: Anthony Bolante/Reuters
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A visitor looks at a painting of US President Barack Obama during a three-day-long 'India Art Summit' in New Delhi

Photographs: Parth Sanyal/Reuters
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A visitor walks past a cake with an image of US President-elect Barack Obama during a decorative cake making contest in Hyderabad.

Photographs: Krishnendu Halder/Reuters
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