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A Hindu devotee with his neck pierced with a knife attends the “Chadak” ritual at Krishanadevpur village, north of Kolkata April 13, 2012. Hundreds of Hindu devotees attend the ritual, held to worship the Hindu deity of destruction Lord Shiva, on the last day of the Bengali calendar year. The photographer was unable to check the veracity of the action of this devotee.

Winter Olympics torch @ the North Pole in the Frozen Sea

Winter Olympics @ Russia , Sochi Olympics , Murmansk, at North Pole

Ice Breaker Ship at the North Pole Making way for the Ships

Nuclear Powered Russian Ice Breaker making way for the Ship , Making way for the Ship carrying Olympics Torch

Ship Sale at North Pole on Winter Olympics 2014

Ship Sailing at the North Pole , Murmansk carrying Olympics Torch for Sochi Olympics 2014

Vienna, Austria, 1916.. the king with his wife –
which, as the queen was – was entirely covered…

Magicians and illusionists Cyril Takayama performs on a roadside electric pole, in Mumbai, India, June 15, 2012.

8 km long Bridge on the Baltic Ocean connecting Sweden with Denmark

360 Km above the Ground International Space Station being maintained by the Astronauts

A Beautiful Bridge in the South Korean Capital City of Seoul

An Eco friendly Office in the City of Madrid , Spain

An-israeli-border-police-officer-tries-to-escape-from-flames-after-a-petrol-bomb-was-thrown-at-him-during-clashes-with-palestinians-silwan-in-east-jerusalem-march-18-11.jpg

Australia Brisbane Floods

Australia_classical_musician_17Jun11

Australian Floods Chinchilla 2011

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