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Indians celebrate in the rain

Published:Sunday | May 13, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Whoii donkey! And who said chivalry is dead is a liar. Paul Gaynor keeps it alive as he navigates through the mud.
From left: Christina Rambhajan, Barbara Persuad, Anuradha Maharaj and Rani Maharaj were on hand to promote their 'Yaad Since 1845' T-shirt.
Where is the fiend? Go get him 'Batman'. Suresh Maragh of Kingston had his face painted to reprise the role of the famous comic and movie hero.
The mud and the rain could not stop this patron from dropping legs at the National Council for Indian Culture in Jamaica's Indian Arrival Day and Roti Festival on Sunday, May 6, at Chedwin Park, St Catherine.-photos by Paul Williams
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The rains came in torrents and left the field at Chedwin Park, St Catherine, under mud and water. But that didn't deter the hundreds of patrons who turned out for the National Council for Indian Culture in Jamaica's Indian Arrival Day and Roti Festival on Sunday, May 6, at Chedwin Park, St Catherine. It was the first time the two events were held at the same time, and there was an abundance of Indian culture on display.