Diwali "The Festival Of Lights"
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One of the most joyful and beautiful festivals to be celebrated on the Indian subcontinent is Diwali, the festival of lights. The very word Diwali conjures up the image of winking lights and flickering diyas. Not to forget the gorgeous array of sparkling colours emitted by the firecrackers that seem to awaken the night sky... Try to capture best pics out of dis...
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Monday, 28th October, 2013 (GMT)
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