The word “tattoo” is not a common one in Indian slang.

It comes from the Sanskrit word for “to tattoo”, meaning “to cover or decorate with a tattoo”.

The word also has a Sanskrit word, “panchayat” which means “small town”.

In Hindi, the word for the same tattoo is “karat”.

The tattoo on the back of a person’s head is called a karat or a karak.

A person can make a tattoo by removing the tattoo, cutting away the skin, removing any scar tissue, and then sealing it in a tattoo pen or a plastic container.

The tattoo ink is mixed with a thin layer of glue and then sealed in a sealer.

The word “karats” is used in India as an adjective meaning “large”, and the word “pancakes” is also used.

The word for this tattoo is called “pansh” in Hindi, and the term “karata” is a term for the ink.

The term “tat” can be used as an alternative for the word tattoo, and “panesh” is the word used in the country.

The term “pani” is another word that can be translated as a large tattoo, which is also popular in South Asia.

In English, the words tattoo and tattoo ink are often used interchangeably.

A tattoo is a representation of a human being’s physical features.

Tattoos have a large decorative design that can span across a person and extend across the entire body.

A large tattoo is not necessarily a sign of the person’s wealth, beauty, social standing, or health.

It can also be used to express one’s sense of individuality.

It is more often used to represent a group of people or an identity.