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Indian men flex their muscles as they participate in the annual chariot procession of Hindu god Lord Jagannath in Ahmadabad, India, Wednesday, July 10, 2013. During the festival the idols of Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra are taken out in a grand procession in specially made chariots pulled by thousands of devotees.  (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

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Men flex their muscles as they participate in the annual procession for Hindu god Lord Jagannath, in Ahmedabad, India, on Wednesday. During the festival the idols of Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra are taken out in specially made chariots pulled by thousands of devotees. 

School children ride a tricycle cab on their way to school in Manila...School children ride a tricycle cab on their way to school in Manila June 4, 2013. Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Chairman Winston Ginez appealed to local executives and chiefs to monitor the overloading of tricycles used to ferry students to school, saying that the tricycles are regulated to only ferry a maximum of four passengers, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco  (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS)

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School children ride a tricycle cab on their way to school in Manila June 4, 2013. Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Chairman Winston Ginez appealed to local executives and chiefs to monitor the overloading of tricycles used to ferry students to school, saying that the tricycles are regulated to only ferry a maximum of four passengers, according to local media.

An idol of warrior god Aravan is kept in a chariot during the annual eunuch festival at Koovagam village

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An idol of warrior god Aravan is kept in a chariot during the annual eunuch festival at Koovagam village, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Transgenders and transvestites gather in the village every year to participate in the re-enactment of the tale of Indian epic Mahabharata, in which they play the bride of Aravan and later mourn his death through ritualistic dances.