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5 Nov 2021
Revelers burst firecrackers through the night in spite of a ban, plunging air quality levels to toxic lows by Friday.
22 Nov 2020
Dozens of exuberant villagers scoop up handfuls of cow dung this week for the Gorehabba festival, a local conclusion to India's most important festival, Diwali. The festival is unique to a village where locals believe their god -- Beereshwara Swamy -- was born in cow excrement. Some Hindus believe cows and everything they produce is sacred and purifying.
20 Nov 2020
Indians celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, with the shadow of coronavirus looming over the nation. Hindus offer prayers at temples and light lamps as part of Diwali tradition and customs. It is India's biggest holiday of the year.

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