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Hindus in Bangalore celebrate festival of Navratri

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Bangalore (India), Oct 17 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Jaipal Singh) Hindu devotees celebrated the Navratri festival with the traditional "Golu" dolls. The Navratri festival is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga and is celebrated twice a year, during the spring and autumn seasons. FOOTAGE OF THE CELEBRATIONS.

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