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Week of Mar 8-14, 2014 An child posed at a stall selling water guns for the upcoming Hindu festival of Holi in Siliguri on Thursday. (Diptendu Dutta/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

Week of Mar 2014 An child posed at a stall selling water guns for the upcoming Hindu festival of Holi in Siliguri on Thursday.

Govardhan festival, cows marching over devotees

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Hindu devotees performed a ritual in the central Indian village of Garabada

TRIBUTE: Prasenjit Ghosh, the younger brother of a rape victim, held his sister’s picture at his home in Barasat, India, Monday. Police said they have arrested six men in connection with the rape and murder of the 20-year-old, who was attacked as she returned home from college on Friday. (Piyal Adhikary/European Pressphoto Agency)

Photos of the Day: June 10

Fotografía. Niño azul. Steve McCurry, India

A young child dress as the Hindu Deity Shiva, often depicted in the color blue, asks for money at a religious festival in Haridwar, India, 1998 ©SteveMcCurry

TIE THE KNOT: Brides sat together as they took part in a mass marriage ceremony during the Akshaya Tritiya festival in Bhopal, India, Monday. The festival marks what is believed to be the most sacred day for marriage in Hindu mythology. (Sanjeev Gupta/European Pressphoto Agency)

Photos of the Day: May 13

Brides sat together as they took part in a mass marriage ceremony during the Akshaya Tritiya festival in Bhopal, India

Saurabh Das/Associated Press INDIA DAY: Soldiers waited before the beginning of rehearsals for the Republic Day parade early in the morning in New Delhi, India, Monday. Indian Republic Day is celebrated every year on Jan. 26.

Photos of the Day: Jan.20

Saurabh Das/Associated Press INDIA DAY: Soldiers waited before the beginning of rehearsals for the Republic Day parade early in the morning in New Delhi, India, Monday. Indian Republic Day is celebrated every year on Jan.

Omar Sobhani/Reuters Afghan football fans celebrate winning the South Asian Football Federation championship.

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A Hindu priest performed rituals amid the Deodhani festival, which celebrates the serpent goddess, at Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati, India, Sunday. Animals are sacrificed during the festival. (Anupam Nath/Associated Press): Aug. 18 - Photo Journal - WSJ

LIVELY: A Hindu priest performed rituals amid the Deodhani festival, which celebrates the serpent goddess, at Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati, India, Sunday. Animals are sacrificed during the festival.

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