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Sofular, AllahaSofular, Allahabad kentindeki dua salonunda Tanrıça Durga’nın heykeline bakıyor.                                                                                                                                       Devotees look at statues of Hindu Goddess Durga at a makeshift prayer hall in Allahabad, India, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004. The annual Durga Puja festival, that celebrates the triumph of good over evil, culminates on Oct. 22 and is one of the most popular of Hindu festivals. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

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Kalküta’da Hindu rahip İlahe Durga önünde duasını yapıyor. 22 Ekim 2004.                                                                         A Hindu priest performs rituals in front of an idol of Goddess Durga in Calcutta, India, Friday, Oct. 22, 2004. Millions of Hindu devotees and revelers in India and Nepal are celebrating the Durga Puja festival that commemorates the slaying of a demon king by lion-riding, 10-armed goddess Durga, marking the triumph of good over evil. (AP Photo/Bikas Das)

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Şeytan Tanrı Ravana ordusunu karakterize eden ve Ravana tasvirleri gibi giyinmiş aktörler.                                                Actors representing characters of the army of Demon God Ravana look on in the backdrop of effigies of Ravana, center background, and his brothers Kumbhkaran, left background, and Meghnath, background right, during Dussehra celebrations in New Delhi, India, Friday, Oct. 22, 2004. The Hindu festival of Dussehra commemorates the triumph of Hindu God Rama over demon king Ravana, marking the victory of good over evil. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)

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Hindu Tanrısı Rama ve onun erkek kardeşi Laxman gibi giyinmiş çocuklar.                                                                Children stand dressed as Hindu Lord Rama, left, and his brother Laxman as part of Dussehra festivities at the Durgiana Temple in Amritsar, India, Friday, Oct. 22, 2004. The Hindu festival of Dussehra commemorates the triumph of Hindu God Rama over demon king Ravana, marking the victory of good over evil (AP Photo/Aman Sharma)

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Rahip İlahe Durga’nın heykelinden önce dua edenlerle bağlantıya geçiyor.                                                                   A priest conducts prayers before the idol of Goddess Durga at a Hindu house in Calcutta, India, Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004. Durga Puja, the festival celebrates the triumph of good over evil. (AP Photo/Bikas Das)

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Haydut Koose Muniswamy Veerappan’ın mezarı üzerinde kimliği bilinmeyen bir kadın gözyaşı döküyor.                           An unidentified woman grieves at the grave of bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan after he was buried at Moolakkadu village, about 220 kilometers (138 miles) south of Bangalore, India, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004. India's most wanted bandit, whom police said they killed in an ambush and shootout, was buried Wednesday in his wife's home village, departing from the normal Hindu practice of cremation because the relatives said his death was untimely and unnatural. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

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Haydut Veerappan’ın cesedi medya mensuplarının gözü önünde Bangalore’un yaklaşık 220 km. güneyindeki mezarına indiriliyor.                                                                  The body of Veerappan is lowered into his grave as relatives and members of the media look on in Moolakkadu village, about 220 kilometers (138 miles) south of Bangalore, India, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004. India's most wanted bandit, whom police said they killed in an ambush and shootout, was buried Wednesday in his wife's home village, departing from the normal Hindu practice of cremation because the relatives said his death was untimely and unnatural. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

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Haydut Veerappan’ın dul eşi Muttulakshmi, onun ardından gözyaşı döküyor.                                                   Muttulakshmi, center, widow of bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan cries as she leaves along with relatives after he was buried at Moolakkadu village, about 220 kilometers (138 miles) south of Bangalore, India, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004. India's most wanted bandit, whom police said they killed in an ambush and shootout, was buried Wednesday in his wife's home village, departing from the normal Hindu practice of cremation because the relatives said his death was untimely and unnatural. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

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Muttulakshmi, kızları Nidhi (solda) ve Prabha (sağda) ile eşinin ardından ağlıyor.                                                           Muttulakshmi, center, widow of bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan cries alongwith her daughters Nidhi, left, and Prabha, right, as Veerappans final rites are performed in Moolakkadu village, about 220 kilometers (138 miles) south of Bangalore, India, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004. India's most wanted bandit, whom police said they killed in an ambush and shootout, was buried Wednesday in his wife's home village, departing from the normal Hindu practice of cremation because the relatives said his death was untimely and unnatural. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

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Sanatçı Mani Paul, Gauhati’nin Panbazar bölgesindeki stüdyosunda, Tanrıça Durga’nın maskları üzerinde çalışıyor.                                                                                                 Artisan Mani Paul works on clay masks of Hindu goddess Durga at a workshop in Panbazar area of Gauhati, India, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2004. Living in the downtown part of this northeastern Indian city, Paul is amongst the fourth generation of an artisan family that specializes in making the idols of Durga, one of the most revered of Hindu goddesses. (AP Photo/ Anupam Nath)

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Heykeltrıaş Deevakar Tanrıça Durga’nın heykellerini boyuyor.                                                                                         Sculptor Deevakar paints the idols of Hindu Goddess Durga at a makeshift prayer hall in Allahabad, India, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004. The annual Durga Puja festival, that celebrates the triumph of good over evil, culminates on Oct. 22 and is one of the most popular of Hindu festivals. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

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