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Fourteen year old Bablu, right, wearing a garland made of Indian currency stands, with his twelve-year-old bride Mata Bai, outside a temple after offering prayers in Rajgarh, about 155 kilom

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Submitted on Saturday, March 5, 2011.

Fourteen year old Bablu, right, wearing a garland made of Indian currency stands, with his twelve-year-old bride Mata Bai, outside a temple after offering prayers in Rajgarh, about 155 kilometers (96 miles) from Bhopal, India, Friday, May 6, 2011. Ignoring laws that ban child marriages, young children are still married off as part of centuries-old custom in some Indian villages. India law prohibits marriage for women younger than 18 and men under age 21. (AP Photo/Prakash Hatvalne)

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