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A man holds an idol of  Hindu God Ganesha before immersing it in the Bay of Bengal during Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Chennai, India, Sunday, September 20, 2015. The festival marks the birth of Ganesha who is widely worshiped by Hindus as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. (Photo by Arun Sankar K./AP Photo)

A man holds an idol of Hindu God Ganesha before immersing it in the Bay of Bengal during Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Chennai, India, Sunday, September 20, 2015. The festival marks the birth of Ganesha who is widely worshiped by Hindus as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. (Photo by Arun Sankar K./AP Photo)
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23 Sep 2015 08:04:00
An Indian child artisan carries an idol of elephant-headed Hindu God Ganesha at a workshop ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Chennai, India, Saturday, September 7, 2013. Ganesh Chaturthi, which begins from September 9, is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha who is widely worshiped by Hindus as the God of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. (Photo by Arun Sankar K./AP Photo)

An Indian child artisan carries an idol of elephant-headed Hindu God Ganesha at a workshop ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Chennai, India, Saturday, September 7, 2013. Ganesh Chaturthi, which begins from September 9, is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha who is widely worshiped by Hindus as the God of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. (Photo by Arun Sankar K./AP Photo)
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09 Sep 2013 08:07:00
An Indian artist gives the finishing touches to a figure of the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha at a workshop ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in New Delhi on September 15, 2015. (Photo by Sajjad Hussain/AFP Photo)

An Indian artist gives the finishing touches to a figure of the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha at a workshop ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in New Delhi on September 15, 2015. The idol is meant for the forthcoming festival Ganesha Chaturthi, a ten-day long event which is celebrated all over India. During the Ganpati festival, that is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, idols of the Hindu deity are worshipped at hundreds of pandals or makeshift tents before they are immersed into water bodies. This year, the festival starts on 17 September 2015. (Photo by Sajjad Hussain/AFP Photo)
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17 Sep 2015 10:38:00
Hindu devotees prepare to carry an idol of the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha on the first day of ten-day “Ganesh Chaturthi” festival in Mumbai on August 31, 2022. (Photo by Punit Paranjpe/AFP Photo)

Hindu devotees prepare to carry an idol of the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha on the first day of ten-day “Ganesh Chaturthi” festival in Mumbai on August 31, 2022. (Photo by Punit Paranjpe/AFP Photo)
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07 Sep 2022 05:12:00
An idol of elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesh is transported in a taxi in Kolkata, India, Wednesday, September 8, 2021. The idol is being taken home for worship ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi festival that celebrates the birth of Ganesha. (Photo by Bikas Das/AP Photo)

An idol of elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesh is transported in a taxi in Kolkata, India, Wednesday, September 8, 2021. The idol is being taken home for worship ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi festival that celebrates the birth of Ganesha. (Photo by Bikas Das/AP Photo)
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15 Sep 2021 02:24:00
Indian Hindu devotees carry an idol of the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha for immersion in a temporary pond near Sangam in Allahabad on September 4, 2017. The Ganesh Chaturthi festival is a popular 11-day religious festival which is annually celebrated across India. (Photo by Sanjay Kanojia/AFP Photo)

Indian Hindu devotees carry an idol of the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha for immersion in a temporary pond near Sangam in Allahabad on September 4, 2017. The Ganesh Chaturthi festival is a popular 11-day religious festival which is annually celebrated across India. (Photo by Sanjay Kanojia/AFP Photo)
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06 Sep 2017 09:17:00
A tattoo is displayed on the arm of a girl during Bandung Body Art Festival at in Bandung, West Java, on December 7, 2014. Upon its establishment in 2010, founders of the Bandung Body Art Festival sought to celebrate an art form that was once taboo and associated with criminals. Tattoos are now an increasingly acceptable part of Indonesia’s urban landscape, and the annual event this year continued its campaign with 45 tattoo artists offering their services for free at the Ganesha Cultural Center. (Photo by Rezza Estily/JG Photo)

A tattoo is displayed on the arm of a girl during Bandung Body Art Festival at in Bandung, West Java, on December 7, 2014. Upon its establishment in 2010, founders of the Bandung Body Art Festival sought to celebrate an art form that was once taboo and associated with criminals. Tattoos are now an increasingly acceptable part of Indonesia’s urban landscape, and the annual event this year continued its campaign with 45 tattoo artists offering their services for free at the Ganesha Cultural Center. (Photo by Rezza Estily/JG Photo)
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24 Dec 2014 14:08:00
A Nepalese devotee prepares for a religious mask performance during the Seekaali Festival in Khokna village, near Kathmandu, Nepal, 07 October 2016. During the 300-year-old Seekali festival, elderly ethnic Newari devotees wear masks of 14 various goddesses including Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Lord Laxmi, Lord Brahma and Lord Bishnu. The Khokna people celebrate the Seekaali festival as an alternative of the Dashain festival which is biggest festival of Nepalese Hindus that celebrates the victory of the gods over demons. (Photo by Narendra Shrestha/EPA)

A Nepalese devotee prepares for a religious mask performance during the Seekaali Festival in Khokna village, near Kathmandu, Nepal, 07 October 2016. During the 300-year-old Seekali festival, elderly ethnic Newari devotees wear masks of 14 various goddesses including Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Lord Laxmi, Lord Brahma and Lord Bishnu. The Khokna people celebrate the Seekaali festival as an alternative of the Dashain festival which is biggest festival of Nepalese Hindus that celebrates the victory of the gods over demons. (Photo by Narendra Shrestha/EPA)
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09 Oct 2016 07:14:00