Ceremony of cleansing at the Ganghes river

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Before entering the daily ceremony of devotion at the Ganghe River in Haridwar, India,  men and young boys get their heads shaved.

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This ceremony takes place every day, in Haridwar.

It holds a long tradition of believe in devotion and honoring the deceased and wishing for a good future.

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Water is the most cleansing of nature

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