India’s Durga Puja festival kicks off amid coronavirus restrictions

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “India’s Durga Puja festival kicks off amid coronavirus restrictions” – below is their description.

    India’s annual Hindu festival Durga Puja, marking the triumph of good over evil, kicks off despite coronavirus restrictions. The festival is usually marked by dancing, drumming, eating and praying. But this year, the pandemic is changing the way people celebrate. Support us:

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