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Durga puja passes off peacefully in Tripura

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As Durga Puja reached its last day on Tuesday, people, along with their families, thronged the bank of Howra river to bid goodbye to Goddess Durga.The final day of Durga Puja is 'Mahadashamim', where Goddess will go back to 'Kailash' once again.The ...
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