The four most holy pilgrimages of India -Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, which are collectively referred as the Char Dham of Hinduism are situated in the lofty peaks are. They are the most sacred of all pilgrimages in India as per the Hindu mythology. Located at high altitudes, Chardham shrines are guarded on either side by mountain peaks providing a splendid back-drop. This year Chardham, the holiest pilgrimage tour is going to start from 15th May in Uttarakhand, India.
Unlike every year, thousands of pilgrims from different states of India and abroad are expected to visit these shrines with a deep religious sentiment. In fact, as it is believed that going for a 4 Dham Yatra leads one to salvation, this year once again the large congregation of people is also expected. As a result, Chardham-Pilgrimage-Tour.com, one of the renowned travel operators in India is all set to facilitate tourists with an early online booking for Chardham Yatra 2010 . The operator has an unimpeachable experience in organizing the Chardham Yatra for Indians, NRI’s and for those who seek great serenity in Hindu Spirituality. This year too, the operator has made some special arrangements for the Char Dham Yatra 2010.
To cater the accommodation needs of all the travelers, the operator has made tie-ups with some of the best budget class hotels/guest houses and lodges of Uttrakhand. Considering the large influx of pilgrims and tourists, the operator has also made special arrangements for all sorts of transfer. A traveler has the alternative of hiring private vehicle also and once the package gets booked the fleet of private cars will escort them to the shrines. Adding to this, the operator has also arranged for multilingual guide service where a traveler can get to know more about religious history of each dham. Providing all kind of travel and tourism information the tour guide will be available throughout the tour. Travelers who wish to enjoy sightseeing or special cultural themes appropriate facilities will also be provided. All that a traveler needs to do is book the Chardham pilgrimage tour package and avail its benefits.
Chardham-Pilgrimage-Tour.com has persistently played a key role in attracting travelers and offered some of the finest packages to enjoy the food and accommodation service time after time. This year, the agency is once again looking forward to attract many Hindu devotees and deliver everlasting experience of these most sacred places to guests from all over the world. The online booking is open for this season. In fact, this year Chardham-Pilgrimage-Tour.com aim to record all time highest booking in contrast to all past records.
Thus, for online booking or gather more information regarding the various facilities available for Chardham Yatra 2010, visit http://www.chardham-pilgrimage-tour.com/
Chardham Yatra is referred to the four Hindu religious sites in Uttarakhand state of India. These are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lap of majestic Himalayas, these four sites are the epicenter of religious activity in north India. Traditionally Chardham Yatra is undertaken from west to the east. Thus, the Yatra starts from Yamunotri, then proceeding to Gangotri and finally to Kedarnath and Badrinath.
Yamunotri and Gangotri are dedicated to goddesses Yamuna and Ganga respectively. On the other hand, Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva while Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Badrinath-the abode of Lord Vishnu is the holiest of the four main shrines. Cradled in the twin mountain ranges of Nar and Narayan it lays along the left of the river Alaknanda. The temple of Shri Badrinathji dates back to the Vedic times. Situated at an altitude of 3,133 metes, the present temple was built about two centuries ago. Devotees take a holy dip in the natural thermal springs on the banks of the river Alaknanda, before entering the Sri Badrinathji Temple. The water of the Kund is believed to have medicinal properties.
Best time to visit Badrinath temple is from May to October since the temple remains open from first week of May to 2nd week of November.
Kedarnath- the abode of Lord Shiva is amidst the dramatic landscapes of the majestic Kedarnath range. Situated in the Uttar Kashi district of the northern state of Uttaranchal, it is the source of the Mandakini River. It is one of the twelve ‘Jyotirlingas’ of Kedar or Lord Shiva. Lying at an altitude of 3584 metes, the shrine of Kedarnath is amongst the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus and is said to be more than a 1000 years old.
Best time to visit Kedarnath temple is between May and October.
Gangotri-the origin of the sacred river Ganges, attracts tourists in large numbers every year. This picturesque pilgrimage in the hinterlands of the Himalayas is the most sacred spot where Ganga, the stream of life, touched earth for the first time. Couched in the magnificent Garhwal hills, Gangotri is at an altitude of 3048 meters above sea level. It is on the northernmost part of the state of Uttar Pradesh and is very near the Indo-Tibetan border.
For the devotees and tourists, the gates of the temple are open only in the months of May to November.
Yamunotri is the origin of the sacred river Yamuna. Perched at an altitude of 3293 meters above sea level, Yamunotri is located in the Uttarkashi district of the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It is very close to the Indo-Chinese border and is surrounded by the Himalayan offshoots on all sides. Yamunotri, lies near the Bandarpunch Mountain. The trek to Yamunotri is spectacular, dominated by a panorama of rugged peaks and dense forests.
Best time to visit Yamunotri is from April to July.
The four spots of Char Dham are located in the Holy Himalayas. Each of the four spots makes a perfect square in the triangular land of India. The Chardham Yatra takes to the four majestic abodes of God. These places also serve as the epicenter of all of India’s religious activities. It is believed that taking the Chardham Yatra would wash away a person’s sins. Also, it would ensure one’s release from the continuous cycle of birth and death.
Nestling in the haughty peaks is the Yatra to the four religious sites of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, collectively called Chardham Yatra. Undertake the Chardham Yatra to wash away your sins. Also get released from the cycle of birth and death. Nature in its entire splendor, the Yatra to the Chardham is an experience that will stay with you and beyond. For more information visit http://www.chardham-pilgrimage-tour.com/
Indian Travel Packagesis a prominent travel operator of India which is offering money spinning packages for the world famous Golden Triangle Tour to India.
The Golden Triangle Tour gives a glimpse of cultural, architectural, heritage and historical look all which is compiled in a single trip.
Delhi, Jaipur and Agra are the three corners of this fascinating triangle, without touring which, trip to India is considered incomplete.
“Our idea is to take the travel enthusiasts into the deep travails of the holiday spot and show them a world that exists beyond what eyes could see. Also we try giving an insight into all that a traveler can do right from the best place to shop and dine”, says the head at http://www.indiantravelpackages.com/ .
This tour which comprises the major North India, is one of the most popular travel circuits among the travelers form India and abroad.
“We believe that it is a lifetime experience for anyone planning to rejuvenate oneself with the dazzling architecture of Jaipur, rich heritage of Delhi and the splendor of the city of Taj which presents picturesque and breathtaking views”, says the travel expert at Indian Travel Packages.
Situated in the lofty peaks are the four most holy pilgrimages of India -Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, which are collectively referred as the Char Dhams (or four pilgrimage centers) of Hinduism. These are the most sacred of all pilgrimages India according to the Hindu mythology.
“Every year thousands of pilgrims pay a visit to the Chardham. This year the Yatra will start from May15 and end till Mid November. Request for advance bookings have already started”, revealed the head of the http://www.chardham-pilgrimage-tour.com/ .
The Chardham must be visited from left to right -beginning with Yamunotri, going on to Gangotri, Kedarnath and terminating the journey at Badrinath. This route follows the Hindu tradition of parikrama or clockwise circulation.
The Yamunotri is the source of the river Yamuna. This pilgrimage is situated in the Garhwal Himalayas of India. It contains a temple devoted to Goddess Yamuna. It is at the top of the Bandar Poonch Peak and is situated opposite to Gangotri.
Gangotri is situated in Uttarakhand in the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas. The 6 meters high Gangotri shrine is dressed in white granite stone and is situated on the right bank of the river, Bhagirathi. This 18th century temple is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga
The shrine of Kedarnath is scenically located amidst the majestic mountains of the Garhwal Hills, and is surrounded by high snow covered mountains and grassy meadows covering the valleys. Kedarnath at the head of the Mandakini River is a very sacred pilgrimage of the Hindus. It is located at the height of 11,742 ft (3580 m), is a famous pilgrim site for Lord Shiva devotees.
Finally the Chardham Yatra heads towards Badrinath in Uttarakhand. The temple is surrounded by 2 ranges named ‘Nar’ and ‘Narayan’. The holy temple is surrounded by the mountain ranges and the nearest mountain is known as ‘Neelkantha’ peak. This temple is regarded as ‘the abode of Lord Vishnu’. The temple is situated at the height of 3,133 meters. The temple stands on the banks of river Alakananda. The thermal spring near the temple is one of the major attractions and it is here that the visitors freshen up, earlier than going for the puja.
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India Wild Life Resorts, an award winning wildlife outfitter specializing in adventure vacations to India’s most exotic wildlife destinations, is now offering unprecedented wildlife tour packages to India. Designed especially for wildlife and nature lovers, these non commercial tours feature special activities to remote locations that allow travelers to encounter the largest volume of wildlife possible.
An expert in wildlife and nature travel, Mr. John shares his personal experiences and illustrates “With its abundance of forests, concern for conservation and truly astonishing wildlife, India is well-worth an extended stay. Being one of the top destinations in the world for people interested in birds and nature, these tours are an excellent introduction. “
The packaged tours ranged between 4 days –to – 28 days. Of all the packages, famous one includes tours to-Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska National park, Rathambore National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Corbett National Park, Kanha National Park and many more.
Tour planner Anil Rana will walk you through each wild and enriching journey. Incredible orchids add vivid splashes of color to the rainforest, and the mammal species are exciting too – sloths, monkeys and the excitement of watching a magnificent wild tiger stroll through native habitat, explore bamboo thickets and Sal forest while riding on the back of an elephant.
India Wildlife Resorts began with a passion for nature travel and its power to transform lives. Today it is recognized as the ultimate adventure source for wildlife lovers. The company caters to wildlife enthusiasts, providing unequaled wildlife interactions, value packed itineraries, small touring groups of non commercial wildlife viewing. India Wildlife Resorts‘s unique travel style allows travelers time to explore and enjoy the amazing wildlife that is encountered during once-in-a-lifetime journeys.
“The key feature of wildlife packages is their flexibility as travelers can book the tour according to their requirement. That’s why we have designed a wide spectrum of packages to choose from”, says the Director, http://www.IndiaWildlifeResorts.com/
Jim Corbett National Park is one of the optimum wildlife Park where people from all round the globe come in huge numbers to experience the divine nature. Exploring some valuable time in the jungle becomes more delightful with one of the most unique forest lodges like the Dhikala Forest Lodge.
The Dhikala Forest Lodge, being one of the most loved and popular tourist accommodations of the Jim Corbett national park is always thronged with visitors. The Dhikala area of Corbett is termed as the finest observatory of wildlife in their natural habitat.
Elephant ride for wildlife viewing is available from Dhikala; besides a network of observation towers situated at the edge of the forest are also approachable by Jeeps.
“At Dhikala Forest Lodge you just need to surrender yourself to the nature. The lodge provides you all the facilities and amenities to add on your enchanted stay in the jungle”, said Edward, one of the recent tourist at Dhikala.
It is a spot, where the entire wildlife gets wild, where one can hear the truest tune of birds’ chirps, where you can feel the freshest aroma of nature.
“Dhikala Forest Lodge is a perfect place, where one can spill heart, mind, body and soul to the Nature”, says the owner of the lodge.
Many tour operators in India provide special wildlife tour packages to Dhikala Forest Lodge. Dhikala Forest Lodge http://www.dhikalaforestlodge.in/ also provides customized tour packages to the lodge and its vicinities.
The year 2010 is all geared up to by stand Kumbh Mela in one of the sacred cities of the country, Haridwar. The bed of Ganga at Haridwar is now playing host to one of the largest spiritual congregations. Saints, sadhus and seers from across the country will come together to take part in the Kumbh Mela 2010
Millions of devotees are expected to turn up at Hardwar for the Kumbh Mela starting from January 14, 2010 and ending on April 28. So with this large congregation of people expected during the Maha Kumbh Mela, the government is all geared up and has imposed special arrangements for the Kumbh Mela 2010. The entire Maha Kumbh area has been divided into 31 sectors and one hospital is being set up in each of the sector. Each sector would be supervised by three doctors. Apart from these 31 police stations and 41 police chowkies are also established in the Mela area for maintenance of law and order. For control of crime in the Mela, 5 police lines and PAC lines are established. 36 Fire stations are established to control any incident of fire.
”A special team of 52 policemen from Kanpur is projected to join duty at Haridwar on February 1 and remain there till the end of the fair”, says the Mela officer.
A Central Control Room (CCR) with all modern communication system is established around the clock for monitoring of crowd inflow to avoid any crowd pressure.
Kumbh Mela is organized at four major places in India namely, Allahabad, Ujjain, Nasik and Haridwar, with each place witnessing the ceremony after 12 years. Every season, huge number of Naga Sadhus, priests and a massive quantity of devotees visit the rite to take a holy dip in the divine water of Ganga as they believe it eliminates all the evil and past sins from an individual’s life.
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Assam is bestowed with an abundance of scenic magnificence. Its wildlife is rich and diverse in both flora and fauna. An affluence of rarest species of wildlife are found in Assam that includes Golden Langur, Hispid Hare, White-Winged Woodduck, Tiger, Clouded Leopard, Swamp Deer, Gangetic Dolphins etc. View of one horned rhino, roar of the tigers, the birds that fly past over the head, is an experience that everyone long for. Assam proudly exposes wildlife parks like Kaziranga and Manas as its best chattels.
Check the famous wildlife sanctuaries of Assam:
Kaziranga National Park
Located in the heart of Assam on the bank of the Brahmaputra River, lies the Kaziranga National Park. Covering an area of 430-sq-kms, this national park consists of dense forests and craggy reeds. Elephant grass grows up to a few meters making it an idyllic grazing ground for the renowned One Horned Rhinoceros. These One Horned Rhinos are internationally known as Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, thus forming the main attraction for the park. The other attractions include wild buffaloes, barasingha, herd of elephants moving around, grey headed fishing eagle. The water-birds include swamp partridge, bar-headed goose, whistling teal, the Bengal florican, storks, herons and even pelicans. The best time to see the park is from November to March. The park remains closed from April to mid October.
Manas National Park
Manas National Park is tucked in the foothills of Himalayas with some part lying into the territory of Bhutan. The pictorial landscape attracts most wildlife enthusiasts to have a tour to Manas National Park. Covering an area of 520 sq km, this park is most famous for its tiger population. It is the only wildlife park in Assam that comes under Project Tiger. Apart from tigers, one horned rhino, Wild boar, Hog Deer are found here. Pigmy Hog, Assam Roofed turtle, Hispid Hare are few animals that are found only in Manas National Park. Among other frequently seen birds are Fowls, bulbuls, Brahminy Ducks and Gray hornbills. The park lies in the vicinity of Guwahati. The best of the safaris are available here. One can enjoy an Elephant Safari or a Boat Safari in the Manas River. These safaris are of 3 hours duration. Even a Jeep Safari can be enjoyed as the roads are well laid. This national park is a must visit if interested in nature and wild creations. Many a visitors are attracted to this National Park for its immense beauty and rare species.
Nameri National Park
Nameri National Park covers an area of 200sq. kms and is located at the foothills of eastern Himalayas. The park is the second Tiger reserve of Assam. This national park is a refuge for many rare animals like Tiger, Black bear, elephant, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Indian Bison, Pangolin, Indian wild dog, deer, Civet Cat, Capped Langur and Jackals etc. Various species of birds such as the endangered white winged wood duck, four species of Hornbill, butterflies and reptiles are also found here. Nameri is also famous for Golden Masheer, which has made the place a paradise for the wildlife lovers.
Dibru- Saikhowa National Park
Dibru – Saikhowa is the largest national park of Assam and is spread over an area of 650 sq. km. It mainly consists of semi wet evergreen forests, clammy deciduous forest, bamboo, cane brakes and grasslands. Situated in the plains of Brahmaputra, at an altitude of 118 m above sea level, Dibru-Saikhowa is a safe asylum for many rare and scarce species of wild life. It also consists of various species of shrubs, herbs and rare medicinal plants. It is also famous for its bright coloured wild horses known as Feral Horses. Some rare and scarce animals of this sanctuary are Hoolock gibbon, langur, water buffalo, tiger, elephant, river dolphin etc. Bird life consists of Spot billed pelican, White bellied heron, fishing eagle, Pale capped pigeon, Swamp francolin etc. and migratory birds like Geyleg goose, Brahmini duck, Bar-headed goose, pelican, Black stork etc.
Truly considered as a traveler’s ecstasy, this inexplicable land of Mountains and lush green forests has lot to offer to a tourist. It is one of those places on earth where a rich assortment of wildlife exists. Bounded by rainforests, deciduous and bamboo trees, it offers an exceptional abode to hundreds of migratory birds. A trip to Assam can be rightly considered incomplete without a visit to its national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
For more information on wildlife sanctuaries in India browse http://www.indiawildliferesorts.com/ . This is a complete India wildlife portal offering information on Indian wildlife, national parks in India other India wildlife tour travel related information.
From the arresting Himalayan ranges in the North, to Kanyakumari in the South India is suffused with famous temples which date back to ancient times. The adornment in these traditional temples is one of the world’s primary artistic legacies. Today they are a paradigm of how life was earlier and that how the worshiping has been after years of passing.
Have a look at some of the most famous ones.
Khajuraho Temples- Khajuraho temple is situated in Madhya Pradesh. The Khajuraho temples are internationally famous for the erotic sculptures that enrich the walls. Architecturally these temples are unique. They are built on high platforms, several meters off the ground in a combination of light sandstone and granite. Each of these temples has an entrance hall or mandapa, and a sanctum sanctorum or garbha griha. The roofs of these various sections have a discrete form. The porch and hall have pyramidal roofs which are made of several horizontal layers. The inner roof is a conical tower, a massive load of stone made of minute towers called Shikhara.
Meenakshi Temple-.The Meenakshi temple has distinguished and elegantly carved towers, dedicated to Goddess Meenakashi in Madurai (Tamil Nadu). Considered as the south gateway, the Meenakshi temple consists of identical temples of God Shiva and Goddess Meenakshi, each one as high as about nine storeys. The temple is an outstanding example of sculpture and architecture. The Meenakshi temple has grandiose stonewalls and towers. The image of Goddess Meenakshi is said to be carved out of a lone emerald. The temple was refurbished many times adding corridors and grand sculptures to it. According to the legend of this temple the marriage of the goddess Meenakshi to Shiva took place in Madurai and is still celebrated every summer with grand gusto.
Sun Temple -The wonderful Sun temple is a living monument of Orissa’s splendid past. The Sun Temple of Konark is regarded as the crest of art and architecture of the ancient Kalinga era. The entire temple was designed in the form of a mammoth chariot drawn by seven spirited horses on twelve pairs of elegantly carved wheels. Each of the wheels is nearly 10 feet in diameter. The studies represent the imposing parade of the Sun God. The temple holds the distinction of being one of the few UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.
Golden Temple- The temple is in the capital city of Punjab (Amritsar). It was built by the fifth guru of the Sikhs and is located on a small island in the centre of a pool called the Amrit-sar (‘pool of nectar’) and is linked to land by a marble walkway. The golden color comes from the cover of gold foil. The architecture of the temple is considered as an epitome of creativity and it represents a unique accord between the Muslims and the Hindus. Symbolically, it has entrances on all four sides to show that it is open to worshippers of all castes and creeds.
Mahabodhi Temple- The fifty meter high Mahabodhi Temple is located in Bihar in the city of Gaya. The temple is an evidence of the history of Buddhism. It is one of the four holy sites related to the life of the Lord Buddha, particularly the attainment of Enlightenment. This temple is located near the spot where Gautama Siddhartha had attained salvation. The temple is considered as one of the earliest Buddhist temples built entirely in brick. The sculpted stone balustrades are an outstanding example of stone. The four towers on the corners rise gracefully. Delimited on all four sides by stone railings, Mahabodhi Temple bears railings of two types, the older railings are made from sandstone and the other railings are of unrefined granite.
Ajanta Ellora Caves- The famous caves of Ajanta and Ellora are situated in the state ofMaharashtra.These caves are regarded as a world heritage site and were dug out from a solid rock. They symbolize the three faiths of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. They are placed in a horseshoe shape. Out of the total 34 caves, 12 caves to the south are Buddhist, the 17 in the centre are dedicated to Hinduism, and the 5 caves to the north are dedicated to Jainism. These caves are divided into ‘Chaitya-Grihas’ (stupa halls) and ‘Viharas’ (dwelling halls). The carvings and the paintings in the caves portray the life of Lord Buddha. Along with this, several types of human and animal figures are also carved out of the rocks. Aurangabad is the closest city from these cave temples. These caves are a famous heritage site of India.
Dilwara Jain Temples- Dilwara Jain temples, Mount Abu are sacred pilgrimage place of the Jains. The temples are a mix of simplicity as well as delicacy. They are five in number all of which are built in white marble. The two most famous of these are Vimala Vasahi and Luna Vasahi. The Vimala Vasahiis dedicated to the 1st Jain Tirthankara (saint). The entrance to the temple is from the east through a arched porch which leads to a six-pillared pergola with a three-tiered smosan (representation of the holy mountain of the Jains) in the center. The smosan is surrounded by 10 statues including that of the founder Vimala and his family, each seated on a beautiful elephant made out of a single block of white marble, about four feet high. The Luna Vasahiis dedicated to the 22nd Jain Tirthankara (saint). It is slightly smaller then the Vimala Vasahi. The eight pillars of Luna Vasahi assembly hall are of different types. The emphasize is on the ceiling with superbly carved figures of dancers, animals and parade of horsemen.
The Indian temples portray a true intermingling of different cultures of India. The Indian temples are a perfect example of Unity in Diversity, because there is hardly any city, town or village in the country that does not have temples. The Indian temples depict the different sects’ prevalent here. Thus the Hindu temples are amongst the finest in India that are spread almost in every segment.
The temple tours take on a sanctified journey to all the Important Temples in India. The statuary and embellishment in these antique temples showcase one of the world’s leading artistic legacies. Temples of India reflect religious harmony. They are the finest examples of temple craftsmanship of India. So explore these temples and know about the rich cultural legacy of India and experience the memorable India Temples Tour.
Christmas and New Year are occasions that mark the arrival of new beginnings. Celebration of Jesus’ centenary and later a warm salutation to the upcoming year, the occurrences fill the mind with several jolly thoughts and offers a reason to be happy and gay. Christmas is now warmly regarded in India primarily in southern part of India and Bengal, where commemoration is done on a grand scale owing to the presence of Catholics in these areas. Conversely, New Year is an occasion that marks the beginning of a fresh year and is believed to take away the worries with it.
People in believe in celebrating the festival season at their homes with their loved ones but there is a cluster of individuals, who believe in enjoying outdoors and that too at varying destinations. For vacationers dwelling at different places, India is fast becoming a preferred destination to spend the festive season, after all where will you find such wide picture of inheritance and colorful culture. Amidst the cultural extravaganza and breath-taking locales in every part of the country, spending festive season is equivalent to grabbing a one-time opportunity.
If you really want to spend yourChristmas holiday in India, South India, Mumbai and Bengal are the places to be. People here light candles on their rooftops and balcony giving their homes a well-lit look. Visiting these places can be a visual treat and you can actually take pleasure out of sumptuous cuisines and foodstuffs prepared for the eve like cakes, pastries, cookies and many more. People clad in colorful clothes, decorated houses, flocked markets and goodies, what else can a vacationer want to make his/her festive days, an unforgettable one. Likewise, New Year is also celebrated with equal enthusiasm with a spectacular display of fireworks, parties and a whole lot of people in colorful disposition. Nevertheless, New Year is celebrated nationwide and you can find all sorts of celebration, big and small by all communities as the fresh year brims upon the horizon.
One of the most liked destinations for vacationer is Goa, as the city is rich with places that appeals to the taste of people of all ages. Apart from unwinding with the gush of seas at the beach, there is lot of places to watch out for here. In addition to this, metropolitan cities too celebrate the invasion of upcoming year with full zest.
India is a country, which is rich with culture and colorful populace. Celebration of the Christian’s festival is just a talk of few states in India, and there the fiesta is celebrated with zeal.
Celebrate Christmas and New Year 2010 with Indian Travel Packages offering special Christmas and new year 2010 tour packages, south India tour, Goa Christmas tour, Corbett new year tour and more other tour packages specially designed for Christmas and New Year 2010.
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