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India's northern Ayodhya city lights up on eve of Diwali

2017年 10月 19日 Thursday - 01:09

Volunteers light almost 200,000 earthen lamps in India's northern Ayodhya city, on the eve of Hindu festival of lights Diwali. No reporter narration.

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(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) A team of volunteers lit almost 200,000 earthen lamps in India's northern Ayodhya city on Wednesday (October 18), a day ahead of Hindu festival of lights Diwali and reportedly set a world record. Organiser of the event and Awadh University Vice Chancellor, Manoj Dixit, said according to numbers provided by the Guinness World Record officials, the current record has surpassed the previous one by a margin of 30,000. The previous record was held by the sect of controversial godman, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who has recently been jailed for raping two of his women followers. The 3-km-long bank of river Sarayu in the holy city glistened when all the lamps were lit by students of the university and people drawn from various walks of life. Adding to its shine was 22-minute laser show, which showed various facets of Ramayana, a Hindu epic.

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India's northern Ayodhya city lights up on eve of Diwali

2017年 10月 19日 Thursday - 01:09