Diwali float parade attracts attention

2016-10-27 06:00
PHOTOS: candyce krishna The Shree Raam Naryan Mandir makes their way through the town.

PHOTOS: candyce krishna The Shree Raam Naryan Mandir makes their way through the town.

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PEDESTRIANS, shoppers, motorists and bystanders watched in amazement as the colourfully decorated vehicles and people dressed in bright Indian attire made their way through the Port Shepstone CBD on Saturday. The occasion was the annual Diwali float procession. The music, dancers and talented people also attracted the attention of many as they watched and listened to the entertainment.

This was followed by the annual Diwali­ Show at the Marburg Sports Complex in the evening.

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