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Hindus in Nepal celebrate the second day of Diwali by worshipping dogs

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Kathmandu (Nepal), 14 Nov (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Narendra Shresta).- Despite the pandemic, the Hindus of Nepal celebrate Diwali, a Hindu holiday similar to Christmas that marks the beginning of the new year. In this country, it is tradition to worship the dog on the second day of the holiday.FOOTAGE OF DIWALI IN NEPAL

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