At least 19 people have drowned after a boat capsized in the Ganges river in India's eastern state of Bihar on Saturday, a government official said.
The incident took place in the evening, when people were using the vessel to watch kite-flying celebrations to mark a harvest festival.
The boat was carrying 50 people, more than its capacity of 30, and it capsized not far from the shore in the state capital Patna, state Disaster Management Minister Chandrashekhar said.
Nineteen bodies had been found, he said, and 10 to 12 people managed to swim to safety. Eight people were rescued and admitted to hospital.
"We believe a minimum of four to five [more] bodies may be in the river," said Chandrashekhar, who goes by one name only.
Rescue operations were under way, he said.