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Amrit Bhagwat, 13, of Presentation College, Chaguanas, portraying the young prince Prahalad, emerges from the flames unharmed after his evil aunt Holika tried to kill him and was instead burnt to death. At right is the 15-foot effigy representing Holika being consumed by the flames. Bhagwat was part of a dramatic production of song and dance of the story of Prahalad put on by the Hindu Prachar Kendra on Friday night to mark the start of Phagwa celebrations. Photos: Adrian Boodan
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