Diwali Lights on Shakespeare Sarani
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Diwali Lights on Shakespeare Sarani

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The pandal at the crossing of Loudon street & Shakespeare Sarani has 5 Kali idols of different types on display and they have put coloured lights up on both streets.

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A: Diwali Lights on Shakespeare Sarani

by Vivek Dev Burman, less than 10 meters away

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