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Immersion of Goddess Durga idols takes place in Guwahati

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Immersion of Goddess Durga idols takes place in Guwahati

Immersion of Goddess Durga idols takes place in Guwahati

Goddess Durga idol immersion took place in Guwahati on October 26.

Every year, devotees celebrate the festival with zeal and zest.

This year, Durga Puja was celebrated with restrain due to COVID-19.


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