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Kathmandu, Sep 7 (EFE/EPA).- Nepalese Hindu devotees observed Tuesday the Father's Day, in which sons and daughters showed their gratitude to their fathers, bringing them presents, sweets and fruits, while those who no longer have a father would conduct puja and offer 'Pinda' – food for the departed soul – as well as pray for his eternal peace. (Camera: NARENDRA SHRESTHA).SHOT LIST: DEVOTEES COMMEMORATE THEIR DECEASED FATHERS IN THE BAGMATI RIVER AT THE SACRED SHRINE OF LORD SHIVA, GOKARNESWOR SHRINE, NEAR KATHMANDU, NEPAL.

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