A statue of Ganesh rests on a shelf which also has a poster of a Dargah stuck on one side. The diya in front of the statue is not lit, except on special occasions and festivals. A tiny bronze statuette with the flag of India lies in another corner of the shelf with a tabeez hung around it.
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