Hindu-Muslim Lakshmi Puja in Bengal village
The Morning Standard|October 21, 2021
AT a time when communal violence has overtaken Bangladesh, leading to the death of at least 11 people, a village in Bengal’s Burdwan district has set an example of communal harmony during Lakshmi Puja.
PRANAB MONDAL

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