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Photo gallery: Preparing for Durga Puja in Noida
by Sankalp Phartiyal
Reuters - India Insight Translate This Article
14 October 2012
On 14 October 2012 Reuters - India Insight reported:
There is a workshop in Noida, east of Delhi, where sculptors mould clay into idols of Hindu gods and goddess all through the year for festivals. These occasions mean brisk business for the craftsmen, who work in a makeshift hut covered by tin sheets. The idols sell for 500 to 700 rupees, depending on the size. The idols of the goddess Durga and other characters in her story are being built because the Durga Puja is only a week away.
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