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Descriere: epa06221462 A Hindu devotee adjusts the height of his artificial tail as he dresses like a member of the Vanara Sena, or monkey clan from the Ramayana epic, to take part in a religious procession, as part of the annual Langur Mela or Langur festival in Amritsar, India, 23 September 2017. The Langur Mela is a unique festival, celebrated only in Amritsar, in which parents bring their children dressed as Langur to pay obeisance at the temple called 'Bada Hanuman Mandir' or temple of the Hindu monkey God, Lord Hanuman. Couples seek blessings from Lord Hanuman for the fulfillment of their wishes to have children and vow to dress the progeny like a Langur if their wish is fulfilled, bringing them to the temple daily throughout the nine day Navratri festival. EPA/RAMINDER PAL SINGH