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An Indian artisan decorates 'Garbi' or decorated earthenware pots for the forthcoming Navratri Festival in Ahmedabad on September 12, 2009.'Garbi' is a ceremonial earthenware pot kept with an oil lamp inside and is danced around by folkdancers during the Navratri Festivals which begins September 19.

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Indian Bollywood playback singer Rahul Vaidya and Shruti Pathak pose at 'Raas jalsa, SoBo's Dandiya night' traditional folk dance during Goddess Durga Poojas Navratri festival celebrated by Hindus with great devotion for 10 days, in Mumbai on October 12, 2013. AFP PHOTO

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Indian Bollywood playback singer Rahul Vaidya and Shruti Pathak pose at 'Raas jalsa, SoBo's Dandiya night' traditional folk dance during Goddess Durga Poojas Navratri festival celebrated by Hindus with great devotion for 10 days, in Mumbai on October 12, 2013. AFP PHOTO

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Thousands of Indian Hindu devotees light candles in the form of the 'Aum' religious symbol during a Maha Arti (Mass Prayer) on the eighth night of ongoing Navratri in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad, on late October 12, 2013. Navaratri is a vibrant nine night festival worship of the Mother Goddess Durga. AFP PHOTO / STR

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Indian Hindus watch an effigy of the Hindu demon king Ravana, stuffed with fire-crackers, burn on the grounds of Bhadrakali temple in Amritsar on October 13, 2013 on the occasion of the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) Festival, Dussehra symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra, fire-crackers and stuffed effigies of Ravana are set alight in open grounds across the country. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (L), the daughter of Indian Congress Party president and chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Sonia Gandhi, interacts with her daughter Miraya and husband Robert Vadra (R) ahead of the burning of the effigy of the Ravana, during the Hindu festival of Dussehra in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH

Priyanka Gandhi

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Fireworks-laden effigies of the Hindu demon king Ravana (C), his brother Kumbhkuram (R), and son Meghanad, are set alight as Hindu devotees gather for their burning at dusk during the Hindu festival of Dussehra in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH

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An Indian Hindu devotee dressed as the God Rama covers his ears as an idol is destroyed by fire crackers during the Dussehra festival in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

An Indian Hindu

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Indian Hindus dressed as deities, Rama (L) and Laxman (R), take part on October 13, 2013 in a religious procession on the grounds of Durgiana temple in Amritsar during the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) Festival, Dussehra symbolizes the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra, firecrackers and stuffed effigies of Ravana are set alight in open grounds across the country. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

Indian Hindus

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A fireworks-laden effigy of the Hindu demon king Ravana is set alight as Hindu devotees gather for their burning at dusk during the Hindu festival of Dussehra in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH

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Indian Hindus watch an effigy of the Hindu demon king Ravana, stuffed with fire-crackers, burn on the grounds of Bhadrakali temple in Amritsar on October 13, 2013 on the occasion of the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) Festival, Dussehra symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra, fire-crackers and stuffed effigies of Ravana are set alight in open grounds across the country. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

Indian Hindus watch

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Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel pray in front of their weapons at the BSF head quarters in Khasa, about 15 kilometres (9 miles) from Amritsar on October 13, 2013 during the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri festival, Dussehra symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (L), the daughter of Indian Congress Party president and chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Sonia Gandhi, looks on with her daughter Miraya (C) and husband Robert Vadra (R) ahead of the burning of the effigy of the Ravana, during the Hindu festival of Dussehra in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH

Priyanka Gandhi

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An Indian Hindu dressed as goddess Kali Mata takes part on October 13, 2013 in a religious procession on the grounds of Durgiana temple in Amritsar during the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) Festival, Dussehra symbolizes the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra, firecrackers and stuffed effigies of Ravana are set alight in open grounds across the country. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

An Indian Hindu

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Indian Hindus dressed as deities, Rama (L) and Laxman (R), take part on October 13, 2013 in a religious procession on the grounds of Durgiana temple in Amritsar during the Hindu festival of Dussehra. Held at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) Festival, Dussehra symbolizes the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra, firecrackers and stuffed effigies of Ravana are set alight in open grounds across the country. AFP PHOTO/ NARINDER NANU

Indian Hindus

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Thousands of Indian Hindu devotees light candles in the form of the 'Aum' religious symbol during a Maha Arti (Mass Prayer) on the eighth night of ongoing Navratri in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad, on late October 12, 2013. Navaratri is a vibrant nine night festival worship of the Mother Goddess Durga. AFP PHOTO / STR

Thousands of Indian

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Indian Hindu devotees dressed as the God Rama pose for a photo for local families during the Dussehra festival in New Delhi on October 13, 2013. Dussehra, which is celebrated at the end of the Navratri (nine nights) festival, symbolises the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology. On the night of Dussehra fire-cracker stuffed effigies of demon king Ravana are set ablaze across the country. AFP PHOTO/ Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

Indian Hindu

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This photograph taken with a fisheye lens shows thousands of Indian Hindu devotees light candles in the form of the 'Aum' religious symbol during a Maha Arti (Mass Prayer) on the eighth night of ongoing Navratri in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad, on late October 12, 2013. Navaratri is a vibrant nine night festival worship of the Mother Goddess Durga. AFP PHOTO / STR

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