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Hindu Pongal festival (12)

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An Indian potter makes earthenware pots ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian potter makes earthen pots for sale ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian potter makes an earthenware pot ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian potter makes an earthenware pot ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian potter makes an earthenware pot ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian women carries earthenware pots ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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Indian men arrange earthenware pots ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian women sorts dried earthenware pots ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian potter makes earthenware pots ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian man carries earthenware pots to dry ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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An Indian man carries earthenware pots to dry ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - An Indian potter makes earthen pots for sale ahead of the Hindu Pongal festival, or Makar Sankranti, in a village on the outskirts of Chennai on January 8, 2019. - Hindus use earthern pots to cook as a part of rituals during the celebration of the Pongal harvest festival that is celebrated each year in January. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)

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