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The Hindu festival, Vinayaka Chavithi celebrates the birth of Ganesha. Clay Ganesha idols are carried in public processions with music and chanting to nearby rivers or sea. Here they are immersed, it is belived that Ganesha returns to Mount Kailash.

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The tradition of hand weaving silk.

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Celebrating the festival of Mahashivrati, villagers from Maharashtra gather to witness the annual bullock cart race. The festival honours Lord Shiva the Hindu God of destruction.

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A young visitor to a temple of worship collects the coins that have been left behind.

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Celebrating the festival of Mahashivrati, villagers from Maharashtra gather to witness the annual bullock cart race. The festival honours Lord Shiva the Hindu God of destruction.

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The Hindu festival, Vinayaka Chavithi celebrates the birth of Ganesha. A young boy forms part of the procession that ends in the immersion of clay Ganesha statues into nearby rivers or sea. It is believed that Ganesha returns to Mount Kailash.

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Celebrating the festival of Mahashivrati, villagers from Maharashtra gather to witness the annual bullock cart race. The festival honours Lord Shiva the Hindu God of destruction.

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Celebrating the festival of Mahashivrati, villagers from Maharashtra gather to witness the annual bullock cart race. The festival honours Lord Shiva the Hindu God of destruction.