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Lohri festival (3)

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Indian confectioners, Subash (R) and Shashi (L), prepare sweet Khajoor or Khajur rolls, commonly prepared for the Lohri festival, in Amritsar on January 10, 2019. - The Lohri harvest festival, which falls on January 13, commemorates the winter solstice and is marked in northern India by the lighting of bonfires and the flying and battling of kites. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)

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Indian confectioners, Subash (C) and Shashi (L), prepare sweet Khajoor or Khajur rolls, commonly prepared for the Lohri festival, in Amritsar on January 10, 2019. - The Lohri harvest festival, which falls on January 13, commemorates the winter solstice and is marked in northern India by the lighting of bonfires and the flying and battling of kites. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)

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Indian confectioner Shashi (R) sells to a customer sweet Khajoor or Khajur rolls, commonly prepared for the Lohri festival, in Amritsar on January 10, 2019. - The Lohri harvest festival, which falls on January 13, commemorates the winter solstice and is marked in northern India by the lighting of bonfires and the flying and battling of kites. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)

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