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Kule Dusserah

Kulu Dusserah celebrations are held at Kulu in Himachal Pradesh some time in September/October. During this 10-day festival, colourful processions of devotees bearing gold and silver images of gods and goddesses move to Kulu from all parts of the valley. On the first day, Lord Raghunath is worshipped. The next nine days are marked by rituals and graceful Natti dances.   

 


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