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Indian artisans ramp up clay lamps production ahead of Hindu festival of Diwali

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Amritsar, Oct 21 (EFE/EPA).- Indian artisans have ramped up the production of clay lamps in preparation of Diwali, one of the largest Hindu festivals, also known as the festival of lights.During Diwali celebrations, candles and clay lamps as well as intricate floral or geometric designs drawn with the help of colors or flower petals will brighten entrances to Indian homes.India will be illuminated as night falls, with important landmarks and monuments, and well as houses, apartment complexes, shops and markets and temples covered in sheaths of fairy lights. (Camera: RAMINDER PAL SINGH).SHOT LIST: CLAY LAMPS PRODUCTION AHEAD OF HINDU FESTIVAL OF DIWALI, IN AMRITSAR, INDIA.

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