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SRILANKA/
RTR3FVV7
March 01, 2014
A traditional dancer wears anklets during a Gara demon ceremony in Kottawa about 20 km (13 miles) from...
KOTTAWA, Sri Lanka
A traditional dancer wears anklets during a Gara demon ceremony in Kottawa
A traditional dancer wears anklets during a Gara demon ceremony in Kottawa about 20 km (13 miles) from Colombo March 1, 2014. According to Sri Lankan folklore, a dance is performed to summon help from the demon Gara Raksha to aid all sorts of requests, from expelling illnesses to preventing bad harvest. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: SOCIETY)
NEPAL/
RTR3AM20
November 19, 2012
A feet of a devotee with traditional ornaments is seen as she offers prayer to the setting sun during...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Feet of devotee with traditional ornaments is seen as she offers prayer to setting sun during the "Chhat"...
A feet of a devotee with traditional ornaments is seen as she offers prayer to the setting sun during the "Chhat" festival at Bagmati River in Kathmandu November 19, 2012. Hindus in Nepal are celebrating "Chhat", a four-day festival that honors the sun god, by praying at sunrise and sunset, and give offerings to seek blessings for their families. REUTERS/ Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
COLOMBIA/
RTR3AAQS
November 12, 2012
An anklet made from cow's teeth is pictured on a performer taking part in a traditional folk festival...
META, Colombia
An anklet is pictured on a performer taking part in a traditional folk festival in San Martin, in the...
An anklet made from cow's teeth is pictured on a performer taking part in a traditional folk festival in San Martin, in the province of Meta November 11, 2012. The annual event, also known as the Folclorico y Turistico del Llano festival (or the international tourism festival of the Llano folk), has at least 272 years of history and commemorates the native people's struggle for freedom against Spanish colonization. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR25QI0
July 16, 2009
An Israeli woman has the heel of her shoe measured before a 50-metre high-heel race in Tel Aviv July...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli woman has the heel of her shoe measured before a 50-metre high-heel race in Tel Aviv
An Israeli woman has the heel of her shoe measured before a 50-metre high-heel race in Tel Aviv July 16, 2009. Some 70 women wearing high-heels with the height of at least seven centimetres, competed for a prize of $1,000 and a trip to Paris in the contest sponsored by a footwear company. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL SOCIETY)
KENYA/
RTXLIJI
May 22, 2009
Newly-wedded Nubian bride Zubeda Mohamed Ahmed's legs are seen painted with henna as she waits to receive...
Kibera, Kenya
A newly-wedded Nubian bride's legs are seen painted with henna in her house at Makina village in Nairobi's...
Newly-wedded Nubian bride Zubeda Mohamed Ahmed's legs are seen painted with henna as she waits to receive gifts, seven days after her wedding in accordance with Nubian culture, in her house at Makina village in Nairobi's Kibera slum May 22, 2009. REUTERS/Steve Crisp (KENYA SOCIETY)
GOLF-WOMEN/OPEN
RTR20INN
July 31, 2008
Paula Creamer of the U.S wear personalised shoes during the first round of the Women's British Open golf...
Sunningdale, United Kingdom
Creamer of the U.S wear personalised shoes during the Women's British Open golf tournament at Sunningdale...
Paula Creamer of the U.S wear personalised shoes during the first round of the Women's British Open golf tournament at Sunningdale, south-east England July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
KASHMIR
RTX7S5H
July 09, 2008
Mud covered feet of a Hindu pilgrim are seen on her way to the cave of Amarnath during a pilgrimage,...
Pishutop, India
Mud covered feet of a Hindu pilgrim are seen on her way to the cave of Amarnath
Mud covered feet of a Hindu pilgrim are seen on her way to the cave of Amarnath during a pilgrimage, in Pishutop, 114 km (71 miles) southeast of Srinagar July 9, 2008. During the two-month-long annual pilgrimage, devout Hindus walk and ride ponies or palanquins to the cave - situated at an altitude of 3,800 metres (12,700 feet), deep in Kashmir mountains to pray by an ice stalagmite they believe to be a symbol of Hindu god Lord Shiva. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX5UOS
May 18, 2008
A woman runs during the Sydney Half Marathon at the central business district in Sydney May 18, 2008....
Sydney, Australia
A woman runs during the Sydney Half Marathon at the central business district in Sydney
A woman runs during the Sydney Half Marathon at the central business district in Sydney May 18, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
GOLF-LPGA/
RTR1ZYST
April 27, 2008
Paula Creamer of the U.S. takes a free drop after marking her ball position with a tee just off the ninth...
Aventura, UNITED STATES
Creamer of the U.S. takes a free drop after marking her ball position with a tee just off the ninth green...
Paula Creamer of the U.S. takes a free drop after marking her ball position with a tee just off the ninth green during final round play of the Stanford International golf tournament in Aventura, Florida April 27, 2008. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
INDIA/
RTR1WI34
January 31, 2008
Dancers from India's eastern state of Orissa perform during the media preview of the Surajkund crafts...
Haryana, India
Dancers from India's eastern state of Orissa perform during the media preview of the Surajkund crafts...
Dancers from India's eastern state of Orissa perform during the media preview of the Surajkund crafts fair in the northern Indian state of Haryana January 31, 2008. Artists and craftsmen throng the annual fair held on the outskirts of New Delhi to perform and sell their handicrafts. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1WI04
January 31, 2008
Dancers from India's central state of Madhya Pradesh perform during a media preview of the 22nd Surajkund...
Haryana, India
Dancers from India's central state of Madhya Pradesh perform during preview of 22nd Surajkund crafts...
Dancers from India's central state of Madhya Pradesh perform during a media preview of the 22nd Surajkund crafts fair in the northern Indian state of Haryana January 31, 2008. Hundreds of artists and craftsmen throng the annual fair held on the outskirts of New Delhi to perform and sell their handicrafts. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
IVORYCOAST/
RTR1RWJH
July 16, 2007
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
ANIASSUE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue in eastern Ivory Coast July 15, 2007. Ahouwe is a ritual dance in Ivory Coast's eastern Akan area and in Ghana, during which followers become possessed by genies who instruct them on the preparation of natural cures. The women who practice the Bosson religion are known as Komians, spiritual mediums who claim to have healing powers. REUTERS/ Luc Gnago
INDIA/
RTR1RM4U
July 08, 2007
A tribal patient sits on a bed in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore, in the Indian...
JEYPORE, India
A tribal patient sits on a bed in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore
A tribal patient sits on a bed in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore, in the Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. The hospital is the only one in a four-hour-drive radius from the town, and caters mainly to tribes in the area. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1RM2M
July 08, 2007
A tribal woman sells her produce at the local market in the town of Jeypore, Orissa June 28, 2007. Picture...
JEYPORE, India
Tribal woman sells her produce at local market in town of Jeypore
A tribal woman sells her produce at the local market in the town of Jeypore, Orissa June 28, 2007. Picture taken June 28, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1RM16
July 08, 2007
A woman waits to sell her produce in the local market in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa...
JEYPORE, India
A woman waits to sell her produce in the local market in the town of Jeypore
A woman waits to sell her produce in the local market in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 27, 2007. Picture taken June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PXPF
May 21, 2007
A guest arrives for Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's film "Import Export" at the 60th Cannes Film Festival...
Cannes, France
Guest arrives for Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's film "Import Export" at Cannes Film Festival
A guest arrives for Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's film "Import Export" at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 21, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE)
INDIA
RTR1PFKP
May 07, 2007
A woman stands among charred debris after a slum fire gutted dozens of huts on Sunday night in an illegal...
New Delhi, India
A woman stands among charred debris after a slum fire gutted dozens of huts on Sunday night in New Delhi...
A woman stands among charred debris after a slum fire gutted dozens of huts on Sunday night in an illegal settlement in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, May 7, 2007. Three people died and four others were injured in the blaze, fire officials said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1NZHR
March 27, 2007
A Hindu woman holds the feet of a young girl as part of a religious ritual ceremony in the eastern Indian...
Kolkata, India
A Hindu woman holds the feet of a young girl as part of a religious ritual ceremony in Kolkata
A Hindu woman holds the feet of a young girl as part of a religious ritual ceremony in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata March 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1BIS3
December 24, 2005
A tsunami survivor decorates the entrance of her house in a fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivor decorates the entrance of her house in a fishing village of Akkarapettai
A tsunami survivor decorates the entrance of her house in a fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 24, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
AD
RTRKUGL
January 18, 2005
Sri Lankan tsunami survivor carrying water buckets near clothes is seen in a reflection of water in Kallar....
Kalmunai, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan tsunami survivor carrying water buckets near clothes is seen in a reflection of water ...
Sri Lankan tsunami survivor carrying water buckets near clothes is seen in a reflection of water in Kallar. An Sri Lankan tsunami survivor carrying buckets to fetch drinking water as she walks near clothes is reflected in a puddle of water at a shelter for the displaced in Kalmunai on Sri Lanka's east coast January 18, 2005. Sri Lanka revised its death toll figures on Monday up 7,000, saying the December 26 tsunami killed at least 38,195 people along the country's south, east and northern seaboard while more than 6,000 are still missing. REUTERS/Arko Datta Pictures of the month January 2005
AUSTRALIA
RTR1CFI
February 17, 2000
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks at...
Sydney, Australia
VINOD DANIEL LOOKS AT CEREMONIAL SWORDS FROM INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks at two iron sacrificial swords from the early seventeenth-century February 17 which is part of a collection of 33 rare and priceless objects that in a world first will be repatriated to the Indian Government Museum in Madras. The objects, which also includes a bronze scorpion-shaped spoon, brass anklets, wooden carvings, an oil lamp, and cooking and serving tools, are items that were used in everyday life at the time they were collected by an Australian missionary during 1894 and 1934.

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AUSTRALIA
RTR1CFD
February 17, 2000
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks through...
Sydney, Australia
VINOD DANIEL LOOKS THROUGH BRONZE SCORPION SPOON FROM INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks through a traditional Indian ceremonial bronze spoon shaped in the form of a scorpion from the early nineteenth-century February 17 which is part of a collection of 33 rare and priceless objects that in a world first will be repatriated to the Indian Government Museum in Madras. The objects, which also include sacrificial swords, brass anklets, wooden carvings, an oil lamp, and cooking and serving tools, are items that were used in everyday life at the time they were collected by an Australian missionary during 1894 and 1934.

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