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RELIGION-DIWALI/
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October 24, 2019
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple,...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple,...
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple, as part of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Amit Dave
RELIGION-DIWALI/
RTS2SMDM
October 24, 2019
People make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders inside a community center during a rangoli...
Gandhinagar, India
People make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders inside a community center during a rangoli...
People make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders inside a community center during a rangoli making competition, as part of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, celebrations in Gandhinagar, India, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Amit Dave
RELIGION-DIWALI/
RTS24JQO
November 05, 2018
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple...
Hindu priests put finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders at a temple during celebrations for the Hindu festival of Diwali, in Ahmedabad, India November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amit Dave
RELIGION-DIWALI/
RTS1H6JT
October 19, 2017
Students pose after lighting oil lamps around a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders...
Guwahati, India
Students pose after lighting oil lamps around a "Rangoli" outside their hostel to celebrate Diwali, in...
Students pose after lighting oil lamps around a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders and flower petals outside their hostel to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, in Guwahati, India, October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika
RELIGION-DIWALI/
RTS1GVER
October 17, 2017
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Amit Dave
BRITAIN-DIWALI/
RTX2R2ZR
October 30, 2016
A woman makes rangoli during Diwali celebrations in Leicester, Britain October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Darren...
Leicester, United Kingdom
A woman makes rangoli during Diwali celebrations in Leicester
A woman makes rangoli during Diwali celebrations in Leicester, Britain October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Staples
INDIA-DIWALI/
RTX2QPGX
October 27, 2016
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple ahead of Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, October 27, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2OXO4
October 15, 2016
Women make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, inside a temple on the occasion of Sharad...
Ahmedabad, India
Women make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, inside a temple on the occasion of Sharad...
Women make rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, inside a temple on the occasion of Sharad Purnima in Ahmedabad, India, October 15, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2FXVB
June 13, 2016
Students light candles around a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, for the victims of the...
Mumbai, India
Students light candles around a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, for the victims of the...
Students light candles around a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, for the victims of the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando inside an art institute in Mumbai, India, June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
BRITAIN-DIWALI/
RTS6K0G
November 11, 2015
A girl does rangoli art during Diwali celebrations in Leicester, Britain November 11, 2015. REUTERS/Darren...
Leicester, United Kingdom
A girl does rangoli art during Diwali celebrations in Leicester
A girl does rangoli art during Diwali celebrations in Leicester, Britain November 11, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTS5ZP9
November 08, 2015
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, November 8, 2015. Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated across India on November 11. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTS5ZP3
November 08, 2015
A Hindu priest puts the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
A Hindu priest puts the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, November 8, 2015. Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated across India on November 11. The sign reads: "Happy Diwali". REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-CULTURE/
RTR4AV4B
October 20, 2014
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli at a temple ahead of Diwali festival celebrations...
Hindu priests put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a temple ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad October 20, 2014. Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated across India on October 23. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX14YOR
November 03, 2013
Members of the Pakistani Hindu community stand around a "rangoli," traditional patterns made from coloured...
Karachi, Pakistan
Members of the Pakistani Hindu community stand around a "rangoli" during Diwali in Karachi
Members of the Pakistani Hindu community stand around a "rangoli," traditional patterns made from coloured powders, during Diwali celebrations at the Shree Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi, November 3, 2013. Prayers and offerings are made to Hindu deities on Diwali, the annual festival of lights. REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION)
PAKISTAN/
RTX14YOJ
November 03, 2013
A member of Pakistani Hindu community squats near a "rangoli," traditional patterns made from coloured...
Karachi, Pakistan
A girl squats near a "rangoli" during Diwali celebrations in Karachi
A member of Pakistani Hindu community squats near a "rangoli," traditional patterns made from coloured powders, during Diwali celebrations at the Shree Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi, November 3, 2013. Prayers and offerings are made to Hindu deities on Diwali, the annual festival of lights.
REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION)
PAKISTAN/
RTX14YOD
November 03, 2013
A member from the Pakistani Hindu community Rasheeda, 32, creates a "rangoli," traditional patterns made...
Karachi, Pakistan
A woman creates a "rangoli" for Diwali celebrations in Karachi
A member from the Pakistani Hindu community Rasheeda, 32, creates a "rangoli," traditional patterns made from coloured powders, during Diwali celebrations at the Shree Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi, November 3, 2013. Prayers and offerings are made to Hindu deities on Diwali, the annual festival of lights.
REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION)
INDIA/
RTX14WIF
November 01, 2013
Hindu women arrange oil lamps and flowers around a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured...
Ahmedabad, India
Hindu women arrange oil lamps and flowers around a Rangoli during the celebrations ahead of the Hindu...
Hindu women arrange oil lamps and flowers around a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during the celebrations ahead of the Hindu festival of Diwali in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad November 1, 2013. Diwali, the annual festival of lights will be celebrated across the country on November 3. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA
RTR2YWY8
March 06, 2012
A woman makes a rangoli, a mural made out of crushed stone powders, during a rangoli making contest to...
Hyderabad, India
A woman makes a rangoli during a rangoli making contest to mark International Women's Day in the southern...
A woman makes a rangoli, a mural made out of crushed stone powders, during a rangoli making contest to mark International Women's Day in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad March 6, 2012. International Women's Day will be celebrated on March 8. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
INDIA
RTR2X3Y8
January 31, 2012
An artist puts the finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of crushed stone powders, during...
Surajkund, India
An artist puts the finishing touches to a rangoli during a media preview for the annual Surajkund Crafts...
An artist puts the finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of crushed stone powders, during a media preview for the annual Surajkund Crafts Fair in Surajkund on the outskirts of New Delhi January 31, 2012. Hundreds of artists and craftsmen thronged the fair to perform and sell their handicrafts. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
INDIA
RTR2T7ET
October 26, 2011
Girls put finishing touches on a rangoli, or a traditional design meant to welcome Hindu deities, in...
Ahmedabad, India
Girls put finishing touches on a rangoli to celebrate the Hindu festival of lights Diwali in Ahmedabad...
Girls put finishing touches on a rangoli, or a traditional design meant to welcome Hindu deities, in a courtyard outside their homes to celebrate the Hindu festival of lights Diwali in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad October 26, 2011. The Gujarati New Year marks the beginning of a new fiscal year for the Gujarati community, and falls on the day after the festival of Diwali. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTR2T4OU
October 24, 2011
Students put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders, at a school...
Srinagar, India
Students put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders, at a school...
Students put the finishing touches to a rangoli, or a mural made out of coloured powders, at a school ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in Jammu October 24, 2011. Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated across India on October 26. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR2SYVP
October 21, 2011
Students put the finishing touches to a 8'x11' (2.4m x 3.3m) rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders,...
Ahmedabad, India
Students put the finishing touches to a 8'x11' (2.4m x 3.3m) rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders,...
Students put the finishing touches to a 8'x11' (2.4m x 3.3m) rangoli, or mural made out of coloured powders, at a school ahead of Diwali festival celebrations in Ahmedabad October 21, 2011. Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated across India on October 26. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTXTZIC
October 29, 2010
A schoolgirl makes "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, ahead of the annual Hindu...
Ahmedabad, India
A schoolgirl makes Rangoli ahead of Diwali at school in Ahmedabad
A schoolgirl makes "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, ahead of the annual Hindu festival of lights Diwali at a school in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad October 29, 2010. The festival will be celebrated across the country on November 5. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
RTR22Z0M
January 01, 2009
Children give finishing touches to a Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, ahead...
Hyderabad, India
Children give finishing touches to Rangoli in Hyderabad
Children give finishing touches to a Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, ahead of the religious Hindu festival of "Makar Sankranti" which marks the start of spring in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad January 1, 2009. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1VU5H
January 15, 2008
Women make a "rangoli" during the religious Hindu festival of "Makar Sankranti", which marks the start...
Hyderabad, India
Women make rangoli in Hyderabad
Women make a "rangoli" during the religious Hindu festival of "Makar Sankranti", which marks the start of spring, in Hyderabad January 15, 2008. Rangoli are traditional patterns made on the floor using coloured powders. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1VU4K
January 15, 2008
A child makes a Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during the religious Hindu...
Hyderabad, India
A child makes a Rangoli in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad
A child makes a Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during the religious Hindu festival of "Makar Sankranti" which marks the start of spring, in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad January 15, 2008. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
TENNIS/
RTR1U60S
September 23, 2007
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia makes Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during...
Kolkata, India
Hantuchova of Slovakia makes Rangoli in Kolkata
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia makes Rangoli, a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during a photo-call for the Sunfeast Open 2007 tennis tournament in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 23, 2007. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-REVOLT/CELEBRATION
RTR1PKNV
May 11, 2007
A woman makes a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, before the celebrations...
multiple cities, India
A woman makes Rangoli a traditional pattern made from coloured powders in New Delhi
A woman makes a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, before the celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of its First War of Independence against British rule in front of the historic Red Fort in New Delhi May 11, 2007. India celebrated the 150th anniversary of its First War of Independence against British rule on Friday, poking fun at its former colonial rulers at a historic fort in the capital which saw much bloodshed on both sides. The festivities centred around the Red Fort, a magnificent 17th-century red sandstone structure in Delhi where mutinous Indian soldiers proclaimed the ageing and frail Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar as ruler of India in May 1857. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA
RTRDF3P
November 06, 2002
An Indian woman walks past a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from
coloured powders, in Bombay...
Bombay, Republic of India
WOMAN WALKS PAST A "RANGOLI" OR TRADITIONAL A PATTERN MADE FROM
COLOURED POWDERS IN BOMBAY.
An Indian woman walks past a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from
coloured powders, in Bombay November 6, 2002. "Rangoli" is usually made at
the entrance of homes and shops as a sign of welcome for the Hindu goddess
of wealth, Laxmi. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Roy Madhur

JSG/CP
RTRXMTB
October 06, 1998
A woman looks at a tiger picture at an exhibition of "Rangoli" art in Bombay October 6. Rangoli art,...
India
A VISITOR LOOKS AT A TIGER IMAGE IN BOMBAY.
A woman looks at a tiger picture at an exhibition of "Rangoli" art in Bombay October 6. Rangoli art, which is rooted in religion, involves drawing intricate designs and sketches on the floor with fine powders of various colours. The exhibition was organised by the Bombay Natural History Society which has declared the year 1999 as the year of the Tiger to remind the nation that saving the tiger is an urgent priority. Over 60 percent of the world's total estimated tiger population is found in India.

SK/JJ/KM
RTR8D1U
November 05, 1997
A woman admires an image of Mother Teresa, November 5, which won first prize in a competition in Bombay...
India
A WOMAN LOOKS AT AN IMAGE OF MOTHER TERESA IN BOMBAY
A woman admires an image of Mother Teresa, November 5, which won first prize in a competition in Bombay for the traditional Indian art of Rangoli in which pictures are made using coloured powder. Rangoli is regarded as auspicious and artists are in demand during Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, and at weddings.

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