Playing with fire, making Diwali crackers

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Workers at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar, Ghaziabad. (Sakib Ali)

Workers at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar, Ghaziabad. (Sakib Ali)

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Firecrackers are in great demand ahead of Diwali, a festival that signifies the victory of light over darkness. (Sakib Ali)

Firecrackers are in great demand ahead of Diwali, a festival that signifies the victory of light over darkness. (Sakib Ali)

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A workers puts final touches to phool jhadis (Sparklers) inside a factory at Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

A workers puts final touches to phool jhadis (Sparklers) inside a factory at Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

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Manual processing of firecrackers in progress at a factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

Manual processing of firecrackers in progress at a factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

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Workers fill gunpowder inside a hardcover with bare hands at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

Workers fill gunpowder inside a hardcover with bare hands at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

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Manual processing of firecrackers has proven to be hazardous. (Sakib Ali)

Manual processing of firecrackers has proven to be hazardous. (Sakib Ali)

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A worker sits covered in gunpowder at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

A worker sits covered in gunpowder at a firecracker factory in Farrukhnagar. (Sakib Ali)

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