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October 07, 2011
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
PARA, Suriname
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname River, as they witnessed the lowering of a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the same river to celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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