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A Buddhist monk uses leaves to sprinkle water over Pursat

villagers in a roadside blessing ceremony during the 15th Dhammayietra walk. This

year, 83 monks and around 30 laypeople are walking for 21 days to promote peace and

hope, and disseminate educational messages about the environment, HIV/AIDS and drug

abuse to rural communities. The caravan of goodwill is expected to finish at Boribor,

in Kampong Chhnang province on March 31.



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