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Hindus celebrate last day of festival for god Ganesha with water rituals


Mumbai (India), 1 Sep (EFE/EPA) (Camera: Divyakant Solanki) - Hindus celebrated the last day of the festival for Ganesha on Tuesday with water rituals, as tradition dictates.FOOTAGE OF THE FESTIVAL TO THE GOD GANESHA IN MUMBAI, INDIA

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