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Indonesia’s minority Hindu devotees parade their ‘Ogoh Ogoh’ effigies during a ceremony at Jakarta’s central National Monument on March 11, 2013 on the eve of Nyepi or Day of Silence. The effigies symbolizes evil, and after the procession are torched in a symbolic act of destroying all the negative and demonic elements in the universe and will usher in Hindu’s total Day of Silence on March 12. By Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images.