South Indian festival in New Hyde Park draws hundreds

Hundreds of people gathered in New Hyde Park on

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Hundreds of people gathered in New Hyde Park on Sunday, Sept 24, 2017, to celebrate Onam, a South Indian harvest festival, with a feast, music and dance performances. The daylong affair at Clinton G. Martin Park drew Long Islanders of South Indian descent to the celebration, which marks the mythical King Mahabali's return from exile in the underworld. (Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

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