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Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
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Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
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razorshapes:

Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
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razorshapes:

Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
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razorshapes:

Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
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Mustafah Abdulaziz - The Purifying Ganges (2013)

"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.

For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”

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The work of Stockholm based artist Anders Krisár often deals with the human body. It is discomfiting, presenting objects of simultaneous horror and beauty. Krisár takes realistic casts of human body parts, torso, arms or faces to modify hem in ways that lend them a surreal quality. His aim is to explore interpersonal relationships and examine the complexities of the human condition.

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The work of Stockholm based artist Anders Krisár often deals with the human body. It is discomfiting, presenting objects of simultaneous horror and beauty. Krisár takes realistic casts of human body parts, torso, arms or faces to modify hem in ways that lend them a surreal quality. His aim is to explore interpersonal relationships and examine the complexities of the human condition.

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In this smartphone photo released Monday, people run for shelter from a hailstorm in Novosibirsk, Russia, on Saturday by Nikita Dudnik

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In this smartphone photo released Monday, people run for shelter from a hailstorm in Novosibirsk, Russia, on Saturday by Nikita Dudnik