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From X-ray flower tattoos to realistic tattoos: Getting inked has become much more interesting

Tattoos have become a way for art lovers to display a thought or bit of their personality on their body.

Preserving tattoos after death is now a possibility

A lot of thought goes behind getting a tattoo done - from the design, the style to the colours. But do you wish to preserve your inked body part after your death?


World Health Day: Getting 'inked' to cope up with mental stress? Experts decode the pros and cons of tattoos

World Health Day 2018: People often opt for motivational designs like a swallow tattoo to serve as constant reminders of moving ahead. However, does it really have positive mental effects? Read on to get an insight on the much-debated query.

Minimalist, miniature designs: Tattoo trend for 2018

Often, it's the minuscule and subtle tattoos that have a great effect. They don't immediately grab your attention when you meet someone, so the surprise is even greater when such a small tattoo peeks out from somewhere.

Delhi man is first to get eyeballs tattooed but be careful if you want one too

Body modification has gotten its hands on a squeamish tattoo trend which involves getting the eyeballs inked. It involves injecting the whites of your eyes with ink to make them look like coloured orbs. And Delhi-based Karan decided to get his one black.

Flaunt your tattoos: Here's how to keep them summer safe

The sun's UV rays may reduce the beauty of the tattoo, making it appear dull, resulting in colour spreading or scarring.


Five tattoos you should avoid getting inked

Thinking of getting a new tattoo? You have come to the right place. Allow me to help eliminate few ‘amazing’ tattoo ideas.

Toxic tattoo inks may raise cancer risk: Experts

Nanoparticles of tattoo pigment are transferred away from the skin and into the body.

Tattoos may cost you a job!

Most respondents agreed that visible tattoos are a stigma.

Tattoos and piercings could be potential 'markers' of drinking

However,study says,''You need to look at the ages of the groups being examined.''

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The tattooed rebels: Chhattisgarh's Ramnamis fight caste with full-bodied 'Ram Ram' tattoos

The Ramnami Samaj is a religious movement founded by Scheduled Caste Ram devotees in the late 19th century in Chhattisgarh. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, these low-caste Hindus first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion.