A Kavadi Dancer in Sri Lanka

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A Kavadi Dancer performs through the streets of Kandy during the Esala Perahera in Sri Lanka. Kavadi Dancers are Hindu performers who are invited to participate in the Buddhist Esala Perahera. The Esala Perahera is held to honour the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha which is enshrined within the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic and is considered one of the most colourful processions in the world.

A Kavadi Dancer with hooks pierced through his skin walks through the streets of Kandy during the day Perahera in Sri Lanka. Although the Kavadi Dancers are of Hindu faith, they are welcomed in the Buddhist Esala Perahera. The Esala Perahera runs every year

A Kavadi Dancer Hindu

A Kavadi Dancer Hindu with pierced cheeks, arms and back parades in the Esala Day Perahera at Kandy in Sri Lanka.

Kawadi Dance Katharagama

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