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Hindu devotees in Bangalore shop ahead of Ganesha Chaturthi festival


Bangalore, Sep 8 (EFE/EPA).- Hindu devotees shopped Wednesday in Bangalore's local markets ahead of Ganesha Chaturthi, one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated in honor of the god Ganesha for ten days throughout India. During the festival, Ganesha idols are installed and worshiped in temporary public shrines as well as at home. (Camera: JAGADEESH NV)SHOT LIST: PEOPLE SHOPPING AT A MARKET AHEAD OF GANESHA CHATURTHI FESTIVAL IN BANGALORE, INDIA.

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