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Hindu devotees celebrate Ganesha Chaturthi in Mumbai


Mumbai, Sep 10 (EFE/EPA).- Hindu devotees began Friday with the celebrations of the Ganesha Chaturthi festival, which commemorates the birth of the Hindu elephant-headed god.This festival lasts for 10 days and according to tradition, devotees immerse Ganeshas in rivers and seas, especially in the southern and western states of the country.(Camera: DIVYAKANT SOLANKI)SHOT LIST: GANESHA CHATURTHI FESTIVAL CELEBRATIONS IN MUMBAI, INDIA.

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