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Media Id 99_374
Browse_path Africa Media Online/African Pictures/Rajesh Jantilal
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Description DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA: A Hindu devotee dances in a state of trance as after many devotees pulled their respective chariots decked with flowers, milk, lime, fruits, hooks, hindu deities, camphor, lamp and spikes sewed to his body during the annual Hindu Thaipusam Kavady festival on 4 February 2007 at the Chatsworth Magazine Barracks Shree Vishnu Hindu temple in Chatsworth township some 40 kilometres north of Durban.The festival is a purification ritual offering prayers, penance, observing a strict month long vegetarian diet and in honour of Hindu God , Muruga.
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Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/African Pictures/Rajesh Jantilal
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Subcollections Rajesh Jantilal
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Keywords vertical,South Africa,black and white image,Africa,Durban,singing,spiritual,religious groups,festival,fans (devotees),people,drums,music,Hindu gods,trance,KwaZulu-Natal,chatsworth,Indians,Asian peoples,hooks,piercings,dancing,
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Credit Line Rajesh Jantilal / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
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Creation_date 2007-02-04T12:57:23
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