An Indian court fined the organizers of a Hindu festival in east India two million rupees ($50,000) on Oct. 11 for using images from the best-selling Harry Potter books and movies without permission, the books’ distributor said.

Penguin India took legal action on behalf of author J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers, who control rights in India, over a temporary shrine erected in the West Bengal city of Calcutta to honor the Hindu goddess of valor, Durga. The shrine was decorated to resemble Hogwarts School, where the fictional boy wizard is taught his skills, and featured stills from the Harry Potter movies.