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805-264 - Bihari villager, a Vishnaivite devotee with tilak on his forehead indicating the Hindu god Vishnu, wearing orange clothing for visit to the Vishnu temple at Sonepur Cattle Fair, near Patna, Bihar, India, Asia
797-12866 - India, Bihar, Bodhgaya, Rear view of large group of seated Buddhist monks in the grounds of the Mahabodhi Temple, with one young monk turning to look at camera, young monk in yellow stands out.
1196-146 - Tens of thousands of buddhist pilgrims from around the world traveled to bodhgaya, a town in northern india, to hear exiled tibetan spiritual leader hh dalai lama give the kalachakra-religious teachings. Pilgrim take rickshaw to the main temple in bodhgaya. Kalachakra initiation in bodhgaya, bihar, india
1196-126 - The road, for the most part, is a painstakingly handmade affair built and maintained by labourers from bihar state of india. They are subjected to excruciating and extremely dangerous working conditions. The workers are woefully ill-equipped and under-dressed and although the army purports to lend them winter clothing suitable for the extremity of the weather at these altitudes, many of the workers were visibly suffering from the cold. Ladkha, india
1196-113 - Tens of thousands of buddhist pilgrims from around the world traveled to bodhgaya, a town in northern india, to hear exiled tibetan spiritual leader hh dalai lama give the kalachakra-religious teachings. Pilgrims walk through the entrance banner at main temple in bodhgaya. They carry kusha grass for offering. Kalachakra initiation in bodhgaya, bihar, india
1196-190 - Tens of thousands of buddhist pilgrims from around the world traveled to bodhgaya, a town in northern india, to hear exiled tibetan spiritual leader hh dalai lama give the kalachakra-religious teachings. Pilgrims offer holy kusha grass (amrisso). Kalachakra initiation in bodhgaya, bihar, india
1196-44 - The road, for the most part, is a painstakingly handmade affair built and maintained by labourers from bihar state of india. They are subjected to excruciating and extremely dangerous working conditions. The workers are woefully ill-equipped and under-dressed and although the army purports to lend them winter clothing suitable for the extremity of the weather at these altitudes, many of the workers were visibly suffering from the cold. Ladkha, india
1196-157 - The road, for the most part, is a painstakingly handmade affair built and maintained by labourers from bihar state of india. They are subjected to excruciating and extremely dangerous working conditions. The workers are woefully ill-equipped and under-dressed and although the army purports to lend them winter clothing suitable for the extremity of the weather at these altitudes, many of the workers were visibly suffering from the cold. Ladkha, india
1196-130 - The road, for the most part, is a painstakingly handmade affair built and maintained by labourers from bihar state of india. They are subjected to excruciating and extremely dangerous working conditions. The workers are woefully ill-equipped and under-dressed and although the army purports to lend them winter clothing suitable for the extremity of the weather at these altitudes, many of the workers were visibly suffering from the cold. Ladakh, india
805-263 - Vishnaivite holy man sitting cross legged, preparing for morning puja, applying sandalwood tilaks on forehead and arms, wearing simple white dhoti and sacred Hindu string, Patna, Bihar, India, Asia
805-259 - Woman selling marigold mala (garlands), pictures of Hindu deities, agarbathi (joss sticks) and rolimoli temple threads from stall at Sonepur Cattle Fair, near Patna, Bihar, India, Asia