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Students from the Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, paint colorful designs locally known as alpona, on the pavement in front of Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr's Monument), ahead of the International Mother Language Day on 21st February 2011. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 19, 2011.

Students from the Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, paint colorful designs locally known as alpona, on the pavement in front of Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr's Monument), ahead of the International Mother Language Day on 21st February 2011. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 19, 2011.

A statue of Mae Kuan Im, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, at a shrine in Hua Hin district of Thailand. August 25, 2007.

Ethnic girls offer flowers to the river on a day of Rangamati village fair. Bangladesh. 2006.

A portrait of Mr. Tone Dalbot, one of the very few priests of the traditional Garo religion known as Sangsarek, in Madhupur. Sangsarek is an animistic religion now facing extinction in the face of mass conversion of Garos into other religions. Madhupur, Tangail, Bangladesh. January 30, 2013.

A sacrificial ritual of Sangsarek, the traditional Garo religion, in Madhupur. This age long animistic religion is facing extinction due to mass conversion of the Garo people into other religions. Madhupur, Tangail, Bangladesh. January 30, 2013.

A statue of Lord Buddha, at the Sri Maha Bodhi temple, Maradana, Colombo, Sri Lanka. May 31, 2007.

An elderly woman prays in front of the newly crafted Buddha statues, in Makola, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The statues are imitations of the famous 12th century Buddha statues in Polonnaruwa, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in north central province, Sri Lanka. August 5, 2007.

A girl holding a water lily stands at the foot of newly crafted Buddha statues, in Makola, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The statues are imitations of the famous 12th century Buddha statues in Polonnaruwa, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in north central province, Sri Lanka. August 5, 2007.

A girl holding a water lily stands at the foot of newly crafted Buddha statues, in Makola, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The statues are imitations of the famous 12th century Buddha statues in Polonnaruwa, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in north central province, Sri Lanka. August 5, 2007.