Leading up to the Hindu festival of Diwali, artisans across India produce clay oil lamps called diyas by the thousands. But profits are small and the tradition is under threat from imported alternatives and pollution concerns.
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Artisans Making Traditional Diya Oil Lamps For Diwali In India Struggle To Survive | Still Standing