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  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798831/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798827/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798835/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798833/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row a royal barge on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798829/CS/1910172101

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798834/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798826/CS/1910172059

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798832/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798828/CS/1910172100

  • Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
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    Rehearsals for the grand Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, Thailand - 17 Oct 2019
    10/17/2019
    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Thai oarsmen row royal barges on Chao Phraya River during the first full dress procession rehearsals ahead of the royal coronation of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (Rama X) in Bangkok. (Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27798830/CS/1910172100

  • Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
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    Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
    10/14/2019
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    Buddhist devotees fly a hot-air-balloon also known as fanush during the festival.
    Probarona Purnima is one of the biggest festivals of the Buddhist Community, this festival is celebrated during the full moon. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27768378//1910141506

  • Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
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    Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
    10/14/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Buddhist devotees fly a hot-air-balloon also known as fanush during the festival.
    Probarona Purnima is one of the biggest festivals of the Buddhist Community, this festival is celebrated during the full moon. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27768380//1910141506

  • Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
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    Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
    10/14/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Buddhist devotees light candles during the festival.
    Probarona Purnima is one of the biggest festivals of the Buddhist Community, this festival is celebrated during the full moon. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27768379//1910141506

  • Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
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    Probarona Purnima festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 13 Oct 2019
    10/14/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Buddhist devotees light candles during the festival.
    Probarona Purnima is one of the biggest festivals of the Buddhist Community, this festival is celebrated during the full moon. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27768382//1910141452

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/09/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Bangladeshi Hindu devotees with an idol of Hindu Goddess Durga at the river Buriganga in Sadarghat for immersion during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712696//1910082335

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/09/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Bangladeshi Hindu devotees with an idol of Hindu Goddess Durga at the river Buriganga in Sadarghat for immersion during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712699//1910082336

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/09/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Bangladeshi Hindu devotees with an idol of Hindu Goddess Durga at the river Buriganga in Sadarghat for immersion during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712697//1910082335

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A Nepalese woman lights oil lamps on the body of a Hindu devotee during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705747//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Nepalese Hindu devotees lights oil lamps during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705734//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee sits while holding oil lamps during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705736//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee covered with oil lamps on his body during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705739//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A Nepalese woman lights oil lamps on the body of a Hindu devotee during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705735//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee sits while holding oil lamps during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705742//1910081115

  • Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival Celebration in Bhaktapur, Nepal - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Nepalese Hindu priests dance after performing a rituals during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27705738//1910081115

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Idol of Hindu Goddess Durga at the river Buriganga in Sadarghat for immersion during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712695//1910082335

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Bangladeshi Hindu devotees celebrate with a clay idol of the Hindu Goddess Durga during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712698//1910082336

  • Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
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    Durga festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08 Oct 2019
    10/08/2019
    Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Image/SIPA
    Bangladeshi Hindu devotees celebrate with a clay idol of the Hindu Goddess Durga during the festival.
    The four day long Durga Festival is celebrated across Bangladesh and culminates in the immersion of the idols of Hindu goddess Durga that symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology. (Photo by Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27712700//1910082336

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    A boy looks on while holding his bicycle during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696659//1910071211

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Devotees offer butter lamps to the idol of Kal Bhairav during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696656//1910071211

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Slaughtered heads of buffaloes and goats during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696655//1910071211

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Nepalese army march while playing drums during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696657//1910071211

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Slaughtered heads of buffaloes and goats during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696660//1910071212

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Devotees at the Talaju temple to worship during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696654//1910071211

  • Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
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    Dashain Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal - 07 Oct 2019
    10/07/2019
    Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa/SIPA
    Sacrifices on the ground during the festival.
    Dashain is celebrated to mark the victory according to Hindu religious writings of Ramayan over the evil demon king Ravana and over the demon Mahisasur who cruelly terrorised the people of India in form of a raging water buffalo. (Photo by Sunil Pradhan / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27696658//1910071211

  • Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
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    Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
    10/05/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu people seen with a banana plant to mark Nabapatrika, the banana plants will be place close to Devi durga on the morning of Maha Saptami Puja according to traditional ritual of Durgapuja.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival running for 9 days in all over India. The seventh Day is called Maha Saptami when Banana plants are worshiped according to traditional Ritual. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27673771//1910051426

  • Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
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    Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
    10/05/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu people taking a bath with a banana plant to mark Nabapatrika, the banana plants will be place close to Devi durga on the morning of Maha Saptami Puja according to traditional ritual of Durgapuja.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival running for 9 days in all over India. The seventh Day is called Maha Saptami when Banana plants are worshiped according to traditional Ritual. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27673768//1910051426

  • Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
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    Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
    10/05/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu people seen with a banana plant to mark Nabapatrika, the banana plants will be place close to Devi durga on the morning of Maha Saptami Puja according to traditional ritual of Durgapuja.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival running for 9 days in all over India. The seventh Day is called Maha Saptami when Banana plants are worshiped according to traditional Ritual. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27673772//1910051426

  • Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
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    Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
    10/05/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu people seen with a banana plant to mark Nabapatrika, the banana plants will be place close to Devi durga on the morning of Maha Saptami Puja according to traditional ritual of Durgapuja.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival running for 9 days in all over India. The seventh Day is called Maha Saptami when Banana plants are worshiped according to traditional Ritual. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27673770//1910051426

  • Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
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    Maha Saptami Rituals in Kolkata, India - 05 Oct 2019
    10/05/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu people taking a bath with a banana plant to mark Nabapatrika, the banana plants will be place close to Devi durga on the morning of Maha Saptami Puja according to traditional ritual of Durgapuja.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival running for 9 days in all over India. The seventh Day is called Maha Saptami when Banana plants are worshiped according to traditional Ritual. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27673769//1910051426

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    Nepalese Hindu devotees distribute religious offering to the people during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667445//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity performs during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667454//1910041621

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity performs during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667443//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity performs during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667453//1910041626

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity performs during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667451//1910041625

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
    Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sip/SIPA
    Men carry a Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667447//1910041625

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667452//1910041625

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667450//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667456//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667446//1910041621

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Nepalese Hindu devotees play musical instruments during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667441//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed as a deity during the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667439//1910041625

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee prepares for the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667442//1910041625

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee attends the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667440//1910041620

  • Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
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    Shikali Jatra Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal - 04 Oct 2019
    10/04/2019
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    A Nepalese Hindu devotee prepares for the festival in Lalitpur.
    The Shikali Jatra is celebrated in Khokana by the Hindu villagers for five days instead of the Dashain festival. The festival is celebrated for the goddess Shikali by dancing dressed up as the numerous deities in the Hindu culture. (Photo by Bivas Shrestha / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27667449//1910041621

  • Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players commonly known as Dhaki gather at Sealdah Station showing off their Skills in hope of getting booked by different Puja Committees before the start of the Durga Puja Festivals. Durga Puja is the Biggest Hindu festival in India. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27647938//1910021724

  • Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players commonly known as Dhaki gather at Sealdah Station showing off their Skills in hope of getting booked by different Puja Committees before the start of the Durga Puja Festivals. Durga Puja is the Biggest Hindu festival in India. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27647946//1910021724

  • Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    Traditional Bengali Drum players commonly known as Dhaki gather at Sealdah Station showing off their Skills in hope of getting booked by different Puja Committees before the start of the Durga Puja Festivals. Durga Puja is the Biggest Hindu festival in India. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27647945//1910021724

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    An idol of Devi durga wearing a mask to create Awareness of Air pollution, during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644395//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    An idol of Devi durga wearing a mask to create Awareness of Air pollution, during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644398//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concepts of celebration during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644396//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    People taking pics of different Pandals (Temporary stages of Worship) during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644400//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concept of Mobile Radiation and its bad effect during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644391//1910021205

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    People taking pics of different Pandals (Temporary stages of Worship) during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644393//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concepts of celebration during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644392//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concepts of celebration during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644394//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    People taking pics of different Pandals (Temporary stages of Worship) during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644406//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    People moving around to different Pandals (Temporary stages of Worship) during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644403//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concepts of celebration during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644405//1910021206

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Devote takes a pic of a Pandal (Temporary stages of Worship) on their mobile phone, during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644390//1910021205

  • Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
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    Durgapuja festival in Kolkata, India - 02 Oct 2019
    10/02/2019
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    Pandal (Temporary place for Worship) decorated with creative concepts of celebration during the festival.
    Durgapuja is the biggest Hindu festival celebrated in Kolkata and runs for 9 days. Durga is a description for the power of the goddess in Hindu Mythology. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27644401//1910021206

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
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    A man carrying an Idol of Devi Durga away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609803//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    A man carrying an Idol of Devi Durga away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609811//1909300620

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Idols of Devi Durga being carried away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609808//1909300620

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Idols of Devi Durga being carried away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609810//1909300620

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Idols of Devi Durga being loaded onto a truck away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609804//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
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    An artist making final touches on the Devi Durga idols at the Artist hub Kumartuli ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609809//1909300620

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
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    An artist making final touches on the Devi Durga idols at the Artist hub Kumartuli ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609802//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
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    An artist making final touches on the Devi Durga idols at the Artist hub Kumartuli ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609805//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Idols of Devi Durga being carried away from the Artist Hub to different Pandals (Temporary Platform for Worshipping of Idols) ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609807//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    An artist making final touches on the Devi Durga idols at the Artist hub Kumartuli ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609806//1909300619

  • Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
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    Ahead of the Durga puja festival in Kolkata, India - 29 Sept 2019
    09/29/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    An artist making final touches on the Devi Durga idols at the Artist hub Kumartuli ahead of the Durga puja, the biggest Hindu Festival. Maa Durga a goddess is worshipped for nine days during the festival which will start from 5th October 2019. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27609801//1909300619

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Hindu devotees in a queue on the shores of River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582622//1909281436

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Hindu Priest speaks to devotees on the shores of River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582631//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Hindu Priest speaks to devotees on the shores of River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582636//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582634//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582642//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582635//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582632//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582628//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Hindu Priest speaks to devotees during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582624//1909281436

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
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    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582640//1909281437

  • Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
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    Mahalaya Celebration in Kolkata, India - 28 Sep 2019
    09/28/2019
    Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa U/SIPA
    Hindu devotees in River Ganges during the celebration.
    Mahalaya is celebrated at the end of Shradh or Pitru Paksha, a 16-day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors. It is believed that goddess Durga descended the Earth on Mahalaya which is celebrated by the Bengalis across the globe with much fervour and zeal. (Photo by Avishek Das / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27582633//1909281437

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
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    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...

  • Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
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    Thousand take part in rosary march in Warsaw
    09/18/2019
    Jaap Arriens/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Around a thousand people took part in a rosary march in Warsaw, Poland on September 18, 2019. The march ended at the Royal Castle in the Old Town where a prayer was held as an act of apology towards God in response to the increasingly popular equliaty parades taking place in Poland. The equality parades, as pride parades are called in Poland have caused uproar in the country especially after the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party has targeted LGBT people to rally voters. (Photo by...