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You may have seen or joined a monk ordination ceremony in your neighbourhood. In some communities, a monk-to-be may sit on the shoulders of a male relative or friend, on the back of an elephant, a horse or on a plastic chair in the back of a pickup truck for a parade starting from home to the temple.

  

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