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MIG Ground
New Delhi
This is the famous MIG complex play ground which hosts the Ravan dahan during Dusshera. Its the biggest playground in MIG complex and you can find children playing Cricket almost any time of the day I am Jishnu Krishnan and its my 2nd pano... for more details about me and my photography works, please log into www.jishnuclicks.blogspot.in
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Uploaded: 18/02/2012
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