The day after former South African President Nelson Mandela died, people of all races gathered outside his former home in Soweto to lay wreaths, sing freedom songs, whisper prayers and perform the shuffling toyi-toyi dance in his honor. The tributes to him spread far beyond South Africa, however. School children in India lit candles. Flags were lowered to half-staff in capitals across Europe and in the United States. Pope Francis led a moment of silence at the Vatican. Here is a look at how much of the world honored "madiba.''