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11. The traditional rites of being sacred through sacrifice
11.	The traditional rites of being sacred through sacrifice

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11. The traditional rites of being sacred through sacrifice
Description: A man was crucified by the metal armors in both hands during a religious festival and he was travelled around the village. The practice was carried out as the symbol of the atonement of the sins that was done by himself and believed to be washed out during this sacrifice
Keywords: Crucifixion; belief; nail piercing; rituals; India
Date: 22.02.2016 14:56
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Added by: Monidipta Saha

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Caption: A man was crucified by the metal armours in both hand during a religios festival and he was travelled around the village. The practice was carried out as the symbol of the atonement of the sins that was done by himself and beleived to be washed out during this sacrifice.
Headline: A performer of the crucifixion rites was helped by a fellow and furnished with flowers
Byline: Monidipta Saha
Date created: 13.04.2015
Keywords: crucifixion, belief, rituals, India
Copyright Notice: © Monidipta Saha. All right reserved. Unauthorized use or reproduction for any purpose is prohibited.

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