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April 25, 2018
People use their mobile phones to take pictures of decorated elephants as they attend Thrissur Pooram...
THRISSUR, India
People use their mobile phones to take pictures of decorated elephants as they attend Thrissur Pooram...
People use their mobile phones to take pictures of decorated elephants as they attend Thrissur Pooram festival which features a colourful procession of decorated elephants and drum concerts at a Hindu temple in Thrissur, India, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Sivaram V
PEOPLE-MARKSHAND/
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April 24, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles and his brother-in-law Mark Shand (R) arrive at Forest Inspection Bungalow to...
THRISSUR, India
File photo of Britain's Prince Charles and his brother-in-law Shand arriving at a wildlife photography...
Britain's Prince Charles and his brother-in-law Mark Shand (R) arrive at Forest Inspection Bungalow to view a wildlife photography exhibition at Vazhacahl in Thrissur district, in the southern Indian state of Kerala, in this November 12, 2013 file photo. Shand died in a New York hospital on April 23, 2014 after suffering a serious head injury in a fall outside a club following a charity event. Shand, 62, was the younger brother of Camilla Parker Bowles, who became the Duchess of Cornwall as the second wife of heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles. Picture taken November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA - Tags: ROYALS OBITUARY)
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April 24, 2014
Mark Shand, brother-in-law of Britain's Prince Charles, reacts as he arrives for a photo opportunity...
THRISSUR, India
File photo of Mark Shand arriving for a photo opportunity at the Vazhacal waterfalls in Thrissur district...
Mark Shand, brother-in-law of Britain's Prince Charles, reacts as he arrives for a photo opportunity at the Vazhacal waterfalls in Thrissur district in the southern Indian state of Kerala in this November 12, 2013 file photo. Shand died in a New York hospital on April 23, 2014 after suffering a serious head injury in a fall outside a club following a charity event. Shand, 62, was the younger brother of Camilla Parker Bowles, who became the Duchess of Cornwall as the second wife of heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles. Picture taken November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA - Tags: ROYALS OBITUARY)
INDIA/
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November 12, 2013
Britain's Prince Charles poses for pictures against the backdrop of Vazhachal waterfalls at Thrissur...
THRISSUR, India
Britain's Prince Charles poses for pictures against the backdrop of Vazhachal waterfalls at Thrissur...
Britain's Prince Charles poses for pictures against the backdrop of Vazhachal waterfalls at Thrissur district in the southern Indian state of Kerala November 12, 2013. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are on a nine-day visit to India. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA - Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA/
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September 05, 2009
A dancer in body paint waits for his performance beside a spectator during festivities marking the end...
THRISSUR, India
A dancer in body paint waits for his performance beside a spectator during festivities in Thrissur
A dancer in body paint waits for his performance beside a spectator during festivities marking the end of the annual harvest festival of "Onam" in the southern Indian city of Thrissur September 5, 2009. The ten-day-long festival is celebrated annually in India's southern coastal state of Kerala to symbolise the return of King Mahabali to meet his beloved subjects. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA SOCIETY RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
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September 05, 2009
Dancers painted to look like tigers and other members of the cat family perform during festivities marking...
THRISSUR, India
Dancers perform during festivities marking the end of the annual harvest festival of "onam" in Thrissur...
Dancers painted to look like tigers and other members of the cat family perform during festivities marking the end of the annual harvest festival of "Onam" in the southern Indian city of Thrissur September 5, 2009. The ten-day long festival is celebrated annually in India's southern coastal state of Kerala to symbolise the return of King Mahabali to meet his subjects. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA SOCIETY RELIGION)
INDIA/
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July 17, 2009
People feed elephants during annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at the Sree Vadakkunnathan...
THRISSUR, India
People feed elephants during annual "Anayoottu" festival in Thrissur
People feed elephants during annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at the Sree Vadakkunnathan temple in the southern Indian city of Thrissur July 17, 2009. Hundreds of elephant-lovers gathered at the temple braving rain to mark the festival in which elephants are given rice mixed with jaggery, ghee and turmeric powder, sugarcane and bananas for their health. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA ANIMALS SOCIETY RELIGION ENVIRONMENT)
INDIA/
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July 17, 2009
People hold umbrellas as they gather during the annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at...
THRISSUR, India
People hold umbrellas as they gather during annual "Anayoottu" festival in Thrissur
People hold umbrellas as they gather during the annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at the Sree Vadakkunnathan temple in the southern Indian city of Thrissur July 17, 2009. Hundreds of elephant-lovers gathered at the temple braving rain to mark the festival in which elephants are given rice mixed with jaggery, ghee and turmeric powder, sugarcane and bananas for their health. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA ANIMALS SOCIETY RELIGION ENVIRONMENT)
INDIA/
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July 17, 2009
Hindu priests feed an elephant during annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at the Sree Vadakkunnathan...
THRISSUR, India
Hindu priests feed an elephant during annual "Anayoottu" festival in Thrissur
Hindu priests feed an elephant during annual "Anayoottu" (feast for elephants) festival at the Sree Vadakkunnathan temple in the southern Indian city of Thrissur July 17, 2009. Hundreds of elephant-lovers gathered at the temple braving rain to mark the festival in which elephants are given rice mixed with jaggery, ghee and turmeric powder, sugarcane and bananas for their health. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA ANIMALS SOCIETY RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY ENVIRONMENT)
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