Hundreds of people have gathered in a Glasgow park to celebrate the final day of a Hindu festival.
The event has been run by Glasgow Indians for the last decade.
Organisers say it’s a chance to celebrate and sustain their culture, and share with family who still live back in India.
Abhijeet Chavan of Glasgow Indians told STV News the celebration helps bring communities together.
He said: “People can come here, they can celebrate and back home, their parents and their relatives can see that, you know, the culture is going on.
“Glasgow is a city that says ‘Glasgow loves culture’ and ‘People make Glasgow’ so that is the reason, this helps us.
“We really love Glasgow and Glasgow allows us to celebrate our culture right and it is open to everyone.”