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Buddhist devotees take part in observances on full moon day in Sri Lanka

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Colombo, Apr 26 (EFE/EPA).- Sri Lankan buddhist devotees took part Monday in religious observance on a full moon day at a temple in the suburb of Colombo.Buddhism is the official religion of the South Asian island nation and the majority of the island's population traditionally engages in religious observances on full moon days. (Camera: CHAMILA KARUNARATHNE).SHOT LIST:SRI LANKAN BUDDHIST DEVOTEES PRAY AND TAKE PART IN A RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE ON A FULL MOON DAY AT A TEMPLE IN THE KELANIYA SUBURB OF COLOMBO, SRI LANKA.

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