A low-key Deepavali for many this year


Sankaran Shanmugam (right) and his wife, Hambhika Nair (left) with their two year old daughter in a deepavali celebration last year.

PETALING JAYA: With the pandemic still raging and people being unable to travel back to their hometowns, the celebratory mood is not quite there for Deepavali this year.

However, many families are trying to liven up the atmosphere a little for the sake of their young children.

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Deepavali , Celebrations , Low-key , Family , Children

   

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