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April 14, 2015
Devotees run towards the "lingo" a long wooden pole representing a phallus after it was brought down...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
Devotees run towards the "lingo" a long wooden pole representing a phallus after it was brought down...
Devotees run towards the "lingo" a long wooden pole representing a phallus after it was brought down during the Bisket festival at Bhaktapur April 14, 2015. The festival, which runs for more than a week and coincides with the Nepalese New Year, involves devotees offering prayers and the pulling of two chariots, one bearing the idol of God Bhairab and the other with the idol of Goddess Bhadrakali, around the ancient city of Bhaktapur. Devotees participate in the festival with the belief that they will be blessed with good health and fortune, and with a bountiful harvest for the coming year. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
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