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Abhijnan (LTMHPS), Ananya, Abhishek, Anubhav and Vignesh (LTEN) on trip to Naukuchiataal
Abhijnan (LTMHPS), Ananya, Abhishek, Anubhav and Vignesh (LTEN) on trip to Naukuchiataal
Abhijnan Mukherjee (LT MHPS) and Ananya Majumdar (LTEN) Durga Puja Celebrations
Abhijnan Mukherjee (LT MHPS) and Ananya Majumdar (LTEN) Durga Puja Celebrations
Anubhav Mishra and Vignesh (LTEN) Durga Puja celebration
Anubhav Mishra and Vignesh (LTEN) Durga Puja celebration
Ashruti Baranwal (LTHE) and Ayush Jain (LT MHPS) - Durga Puja celebrations
Ashruti Baranwal (LTHE) and Ayush Jain (LT MHPS) – Durga Puja celebrations
Bhavya Subbakrishnan Dusshera Celebration
Bhavya Subbakrishnan Dusshera Celebration
Bidhan Kundu Durga Puja Celebration
Bidhan Kundu Durga Puja Celebration
Shambhavi and Mummy
Gangeyyo’s (LT SL) wife and mother at Durga puja celebration
Tanmay Pramanick's daughter
Tanmay Pramanick’s daughter in festive look
Jaiganesh.T.J. - Navaratri Golu celebration
Jaiganesh.T.J. – Navaratri Golu celebration

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    1. Navaratri is a time when many homes in the southern states of India—parts of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala—feast on colors, light, music, and food. Visitors are greeted with gleaming dolls, colorful Kolam (Rangoli; that is, floor decoration), lighted lamps, and traditionally dressed women and girls chanting slokas and singing. Traditionally, all family members participate in creating the durbar or assembly of Goddess Durga, which contains a multitude of idols of gods, goddesses, men, animals, and businessmen. This is presented in every house in the form of Golu. It is a festive occasion where everyone has a role to play, from the young children to the grandparents.

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