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Calendula flower
An Ice Cave in Iceland
Dances in Mind, Mabul Island, Semporna, Sabah
Vestiges of troglodytic constructions
The Fisher-women
Proud
Orchid flower on the conservatory window ledge.
Caneras
Claws
Hiking in the Swiss Alps
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On the Range
Hole in the wall
Untitled from the series Out of focus Nudity
Dancing above the clouds
Twilight
Magali board
Knobbled stump
The last Sailor's Sunset View
Celebrating Janmashtami festival.
Dusky Dolphins in Milford Sound
A day In a Dump yard
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
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Bali Pratipada or Govardhan Puja (Annakut Puja) is held a day after the main Diwali in the month of Kartik. The day is celebrated by the Hindus as Lord Krishna had defeated the God Indra. Sometimes there might be one day gap between Diwali and Govardhan Puja. People celebrate Govardhan Puja by making food of cereals such as wheat, rice, curry of gram flour and leafy vegetables in order to offer to the Hindu Lord Krishna.

TAGS: Faith, India, People, Religion

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2016
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