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- ‘No pandals or temporary structure shall be erected in any street, land or public thoroughfare, without written permission’
- ‘Generally, large queues gather outside the pandals, waiting for a glass of cold water drawn out of a mud pot, especially during mid-day.’
- ‘Cultural performances have added lots of excitement and one can see people of all ages flocking the pandals in the evenings to catch a glimpse of the innovative programmes.’
- ‘Bahadur, on the other hand, decorates marriage pandals.’
- ‘Sound boxes blare devotional numbers, priests chant mantras and, as evening descends, one can find people of all ages flocking the pandals.’
From Tamil pantal.
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