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“Who can forget Mere paas na apane baap-dada ki daulat ki nahi ek pai hai aur nahi mujhe chahiye, mere paas agar kuch hain to apane maa ka diya hua aashirwaad, or Main panch lakh ka sauda karne aaya hoon aur mere jeb mein panch photi kaudi bhi nahi hai or Aaj aapke paas aapki sari daulat sahi, lekin aap se bada gareeb maine zindagi mein nahin dekha and many more.”
“Kemudian, diya akan ke K. L untuk temankan ayah buat pemeriksaan di HUKM.”
“However, this was not an oversight, and the President lit the traditional "diya" or oil lamp for Diwali at the White House yesterday before embarking on this trip.”
“Indranil Mukherjee/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images An Indian potter coloured diya, earthen lamps, at Kumbharwada in preparation for Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, in Mumbai on Monday.”
“It is on behalf of the American people and with the hope that each of us will renew our commitment to serve our neighbors, I invite the priest Narayanachar Digalakote to lead us into prayer and light the Diwali diya.”
“The monetary value of physical harms inflicted diya for a woman would be half that of a man.”
“Left, an electric diya on display at a shop in New Delhi, Monday.”
“It was dark outside, and here, a single sesame oil diya cast its light over the pearl-embedded sheet, which glowed like the fresh snows of Srinagar at sunrise.”
“A lone diya cast its thin light around the room made fully of marble—the walls, the ceiling, the floor, all embellished in the same pietra dura inlay that the outside baithak boasted.”
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