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Friday, April 16, 2021

    People Throng Temples In Guwahati To Begin New Year

    Thousands queued up at the Ganesh Temple in Ganeshguri on the first day of the New Year

    People in the Guwahati thronged temples to seek divine blessings on January 1st to mark the beginning of 2020.

    Thousands queued up at the Ganesh Temple in Ganeshguri and Latasil on the first day of the New Year. The Kamakhya Temple also witnessed huge rush.

    Men, women and children lined up since early morning at temples in and around the city. The priests conducted special prayers on the occasion to bless the devotees.

    Politicians, prominent personalities and police officials conveyed their wishes on New Year.

    Photo: @smitaranideka



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