Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj

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Hindu devotees dance as they celebrate Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj, 13 April 2018. ReutersThe Hindu community of Narayanganj celebrated the 'Lal Kach' (red glass) festival on Friday, the last day of 1424 Bangabda (Bangla year).

Hindu devotees dance on the street as they celebrate Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj. ReutersIn the festival, Lord Shiva and Parvati were worshipped.

Hindu devotees dance on the street as they celebrate Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj. ReutersIt is believed that the gods eliminate the evil forces along with their soldiers on the occasion.

In the festival, Lord Shiva is believed to eliminate the evil forces along with his soldiers. ReutersIn the centuries-old tradition, participants hold the procession with their skin painted red.

They rejoice with swords in their hands and dance.

People gather in a Hindu temple to enjoy the Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj. ReutersPeople gathered in crowds to enjoy the Lal Kach festival in Narayanganj.

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