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Explore the beauty of Taj Mahal along with the royal state of Rajasthan with 19-day Rajasthan with Taj Mahal tour. This tour has been specially designed by us taking into consideration all your comforts and needs. This tour package lets you know about the history and culture of India.

During the tour, you will visit several iconic monuments in India, out of which the Taj Mahal is the most spectacular one. It is a monument of love and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Sit in Agra. Besides, you will be exploring the major tourist attractions of various cities, namely Delhi, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Agra, Jhansi, Khajuraho, etc. While Varanasi is the spiritual capital of the country, the architectural marvels can be viewed in Khajuraho in the form of ancient temples.

Moreover, the trip allows you to shop from the bustling markets in Rajasthan. In Rajasthan, you can catch a glimpse of massive forts and palaces, which boast of the gallantry of rulers of the bygone era as well as you can feast your taste buds with local delicacies. In a nutshell, this trip of Rajasthan will introduce you to several important aspects of the imperial state of Rajasthan. It will surely be an unforgettable experience for you.

Tour highlights

  • Visit the iconic monument – Taj Mahal in Agra

  • Enjoy a rickshaw ride in narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk

  • Shop for souvenirs in the bustling markets of Jaipur

  • Pay a visit to ancient temples in Khajuraho.

  • Satiate your hunger with local delicacies in Rajasthan


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Day 01 Arrival at Delhi, Delhi tour and sightseeing

When you land at the airport, you will be met by our representative and guided to your hotel. India’s capital city, New Delhi, has often been referred to as the city of cities. The city has been destroyed and built again by various rulers. Delhi has served as the capital for the Pandavas, Mughals, and many other kingdoms. The changing hands in rulership have allowed Delhi to be a perfect amalgamation of various cultures, has given Delhi many monuments and has influenced the city’s scene. Mughal’s have greatly influenced the city’s architecture as well as eating styles; the Mughlai cuisine originated here. Old Delhi, the oldest part of Delhi, is a maze of lanes and old buildings. Delhi is the seat of Indian Politics.

Your tour will start with a visit to Old Delhi, also known as Purani Dilli, which was originally a walled city built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1639 AD. Visit the intricate old lanes, indulge in the Indian street food or shop for Indian goods here. Next, we will take you to Raj Ghat, the resting place of India’s father, Mahatma Gandhi. We will also take you to the museum that was built to commemorate him.

After this, we will drive past one of the most iconic buildings in India, the Red Fort, which gets its name from the red stone that has been used and is famous for its monumental beauty, we will also drive past Chandni Chowk - the abundant market of Old Delhi, where one can shop for clothes, jewellery, and indulge in tasting the great Indian food. Then we will visit Jama Masjid which was built by Shah Jahan after he chose to move from Agra to Delhi.

In the afternoon, we will take you to explore the majestic Qutub Minar, India’s tallest minaret which was built by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak, which is also a world heritage site. After that we will move to Humayun’s tomb, an UNESCO world heritage site, then move on to India Gate, which was built in the memory of a fallen unknown soldier, and finish up the tour of Delhi by driving past the Indian Parliament, President’s house and various other government buildings. If time permits, we will visit the Laksmi Narayan Birla Temple. Overnight is in Delhi.

Highlights: Delhi - Visit Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid, Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Laxmi Narayan Temple & drive past Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, President House, Parliament. etc.

Day 02 Drive from Delhi to Mandawa. Sightseeing in Mandawa

On the second day of your Golden Triangle Tour with Khajuraho and Varanasi with us, we will take you to the historical town of Mandawa, which is a town in the Shekhawati, a region established by the Shekhawat Rajputs. The kings of this region built more than 50 forts and palaces. The region is famous for painted mansions ( havelis) or houses. This region was inhabited by the Marwaris, a successful business community, which later migrated to bigger cities in the country and did well with their businesses. The villages of Mandawa are known for the beautifully painted houses, detailed fresco and wonderful palaces and forts, which have been converted to hotels.

On your tour with us, we will take you visit the various Shekhawati villages such as Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Dundlod, etc. The town of Mandawa is open for your visit, we help you see and explore the collection of old costumes, armories, cannons from the 1800s and much more. The town of Mandawa is known as an open art gallery for its beautifully painted houses. Overnight is in Mandawa.

Highlights: Visit the Shekhavati Villages.

Day 03 Drive from Mandawa to Bikaner. Sightseeing in Bikaner

On your third day with us, we will take you to Bikaner, also known as the camel country. The city is famous for its forts, palaces and the camel festival. On your trip to Bikaner with us, we will help you explore the beauty of the rectangular fort built by Raja Jai Sing, Junagadh Fort. Raja Jai Sing was a war general in the army under the reign of Akbar. The Fort is known for its beautiful architecture, which is a perfect amalgamation of Mughal and Rajput styles. Other than this, Maharaja Dungar Singh added a western touch to the fort, which made the fort even more remarkable.

With thirty-seven pavilions, thick walls, moats and much more, the beauty of the fort lies in the Suraj pol, where the sun rays fall directly on it and are named after the same, and for Chand Pol, which is celebrated for its architecture. The Joramal temple is accessible through a beautiful door and is famous for its surroundings as well as breath-taking interiors. Last but not the least, we will visit the Har Mandir, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the wealth goddess, Lakshmi. This temple was used by the prince and princesses to celebrate special occasions, such as weddings and various other ceremonies.

Highlights: Bikaner - visit the Junagadh Fort with Suraj Pol & Chand pol gates, Joramal temple, Har Mandir & the bazaars.

Day 04 Drive from Bikaner to Jaisalmer

On the 4th day with us, we will take you to Jaisalmer, which is also known as the Golden City of India. The fascinating city of Jaisalmer is known for its yellow sand, magical art, music, and culture as well as for its beautiful forts and Jain Temples.Here, you have the option of moving away from the same old city bustle and go camping in the desert.

After reaching the city, you have rest of the day at leisure. One can visit the colorful bazaars of the city or take a camel safari to enjoy the city. Overnight is in the city of Jaisalmer.

Day 05 Tour and Sightseeing in Jaisalmer

In the morning, we will take you to visit the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, which is also known as the Golden Fort or Sonar Kila. The name “Golden Fort” comes from the fact that the fort is made of yellow sandstone which shines in the sunlight and appears to be made of gold. The fort is festooned with beautiful and intricate wood carvings and is a blend of Indian architecture with military designs. Next, we will take you to visit the 5 storied Tazia Tower, which shows the craftsmanship of the local craftsmen of the ancient times.

Next stop in Jaisalmer is the Salim Ji Ki Haveli, which is also made of yellow sandstone and still houses a number of people. The palace is designed to perfection and houses many pillars with ornamental carvings. The roofs and ceilings are carved as well. Various areas of the palace are decorated with beautiful gold and silver ornaments. The palace has been the residence of the Mohta family for decades. Next, you could visit more forts and havelis( mansions) here, such as the Patwon ki Haveli and many more. The afternoon here is at your leisure; you could visit the various bazaars and shop some iconic things from Jaisalmer or decide to visit the various Jain Temples. Overnight is in the golden city, Jaisalmer.

Highlights: Jaisalmer - Visit the Jaisalmer Fort, Salim Ji Ki Haveli & Patwon ki Haveli.

Day 06 Drive from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur. Sightseeing in Jodhpur

On the 6th day, we will take you to Jodhpur, the beautiful city in Rajasthan. The second largest city in the state of Rajasthan and it is also referred to as the Sun City or the Blue City. Jodhpur is named after Rao Jodha, who established the city back in the mid-1400s and was the capital of the Marwar kingdom. The city is located on the route from Delhi to Gujarat, and it used to be a trade center for various things including, copper, silk, and opium. The city is famous for its classy sweets and the celebration of various festivals, such as Nag Panchami, Gangaur, Teej, etc. with huge pomp and show.

First destination for today will be Meherangarh fort, one of the largest and the most menacing forts in India. Located on a low hill, this fort has thick walls and encompasses many palaces with luxurious courtyards inside. The areas are also beautifully carved. Next, we will take you to visit the famous Moti Mahal, built by Raja Sur Singh. The palace had served as a hall for private audience. We will next take you to visit the Phool Mahal or the Palace of Flowers, which was built by Maharaja Abhaya Singh and is known for being a chamber of pleasures.

We will also take you to the Jaswant Thada, which was built by Sardar Singh in 1889 in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The Jaswant Thada is made of thin sheets of marble and is beautiful when the sunlight falls over it. Next, on our list will be Umaid Public Gardens, which houses Government Museum, designed by Henry Vaughan Lanchester. They house a vast collection of artefacts that walk you through the history of the place.Overnight is in the blue city, Jodhpur.

Highlights: Jodhpur - visit Meherangarh fort, Jaswant Thada and Umaid Public Gardens

Day 07 Drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur, visits en-route. Includes Ranakpur

Next morning we will drive you from Jodhpur to Udaipur, the city of warriors and the Maharanas. While traveling you will stop and visit various places on our route to Udaipur. You will stop at Ranakpur to visit the intricate Jain Temples, then you will visit the popular temple of Chamukha in Ranakpur. The Chamukha temple has more than twenty halls and more than 1100 pillars, all of which are unique in every aspect. The temple is made from marble and is dedicated to Adinathji the first Tirthankara. If time permits, we will also take you to the Surya Temple and Jain Temple before moving to Udaipur.

Udaipur, the city of Lakes and rightfully known as Venice of the East, was founded by Rana Udai and was the capital of the historical kingdom, Mewar. The legendary Maharana Pratap was born here, the great warrior who fought Akbar in 1576. The seat of the Rajputs lies in Udaipur, and the descendants of the Rajput clan are known as Suryavanshis (descendants of the Sun) and have the sun as their insignia. Overnight is in the romantic city of Rajasthan, Udaipur.

Day 08 City tour of Udaipur

Kick start your day with a tour of the City Palace. We will help you travel to the City Palace, which is located on the banks of the Pichola Lake. Constructed under the reign of Maharana Udai Singh in 1559 A.D, this palace is known for its architecture and beauty. Next stop for today is the Jagdish Temple, which as built by Maharana Jagat Singh and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This beautiful temple’s architecture is a blend of the Indo-Aryan style of architecture and is the biggest shrine in Udaipur.

We will then take your for a drive around the Fatehsagar Lake. Next up on our list is the Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir located near Chetak Circle, which is a beautiful museum that helps you walk through the dazzling beauty of the city, understand the folk history of Rajasthan and much more. Your next stop in Udaipur with us will be Sahelion ki Bari or Queen's resort for her Friends. The place has now been converted to a garden and used to be a place for the queen and her friends to spend their time. The afternoon is for leisure, indulge in shopping or sightseeing in the city. Overnight is in the city of lakes, Udaipur.

Highlights: Udaipur - Visit the City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir, Sahelion ki Bari & drive around Fatehsagar Lake.

Day 09 Drive from Udaipur to Pushkar, the Lake City

Today we will take you to one of the holiest cities of India. The beautiful and the holy city of Pushkar has a wonderful mythological story behind it. As the legend goes, during the ancient times a demon called Vajra Nabha, killed Brahma’s children. In a fit of anger, Bhrama threw a lotus flower at the demon, which killed it. One of the petals fell in the lake of Pushkar, where Lord Vishnu performed a sacrifice on a full moon night. Pushkar is primarily famous for three things, namely, the wonderful temples of the city, the lake which is believed to offer salvation and the camel fair. You can travel through the city and visit the various parts of the city once you have arrived and checked into the hotel. Overnight is in the sacred city of Pushkar.

Highlights: Pushkar - visit the Sacred Lake and the Brahma Temple.

Day 10 Drive from Pushkar to Jaipur

This morning drive from Pushkar to Jaipur. Jaipur is one of the most prominent cities in India. Popularly referred to as the Pink City, this city is home to various forts, luxurious palaces, and various other buildings. There is an interesting story behind the origin of the term Pink City; it is said that when the Prince of Wales visited the city in the 18th century, the entire city was painted in pink, hence the name.

However, the origin of the city dates back to 260 years. The name Jaipur comes from the name of the founder, Jai Singh. Afternoon here is at leisure; you can visit the various palaces, such as the Hawa Mahal ( the palace of wind), Amer Fort, etc. or simply choose to spend your time among the authentic Jaipur markets. Overnight is in the pink city., Jaipur.

Day 11 City tour of Jaipur and Amer Fort

Kick-start your morning with the beautiful city fort of Amer Fort. Amer Fort used to be the capital of the city and is built with red sandstone and marble. Built by Raja Man Singh, the fort is divided into four sections, each with its own courtyard. The main entrance gate of the fort is Suraj Pol, a fascinating piece of architecture. Near the Ganesh Gate, the entrance is a temple dedicated to Goddess Sila Devi. The Fort also includes Diwan-e-Khas- hall for a private audience, Sheesh Mahal - palace of mirrors, Sukh Niwas- where a pleasant atmosphere is created by the beautiful and iconic architecture of the area, and Diwan-e-Aam - hall of public audience. You can choose to go up to the palace in a jeep ride or on an elephant back.

Furthermore, in Jaipur, we will take you to the majestic City Palace and also take you to the seven-story observatory, Jantar Mantar, which has attracted many mathematicians and as astronomers. The City Palace’s architecture is the blend of Mughal, European and Rajput styles. Furthermore, we take you to the Hawa Mahal ( the palace of wind), the beautiful, windy and the iconic face of Jaipur. We will also take through various gardens, rose gardens and different business centers of the city. Last but not the least, we will help you shop authentic materials in the city. Overnight is in the royal city, Jaipur.

Highlights: Jaipur - Visit Amer Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar & drive past Hawa Mahal.

Day 12 Drive to Fatehpur Sikri and Agra

Next morning after breakfast, we begin our drive to Fatehpur Sikri and Agra. Fatehpur Sikri is located near the city of Agra and was built in the 16th Century. Built under the reign of the emperor Akbar, the establishment has been declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Here you will visit the Jama Masjid, five-storied Panch Mahal, Tomb of Salim Chisti and many other historical monuments. The establishment has a three-way arched entrance, which has been hailed for its beauty and is also called the Horseshoe Entrance. On your way out, we will help you explore Naubat Khana, Birbal's house, Mariam-uz-Zamani’s Palace, Ibadat Khana, and many other iconic places.

After then we will drive to the historical city of Agra in the afternoon. The afternoon here is at leisure. Overnight is in the city of love. Agra.

Highlights: Agra – Visit Fatehpur Sikri.

Day 13 Sightseeing in Agra

The city of Agra was known as the capital of the country during the Mughal time. However, with changing reigns, the capital was later moved to New Delhi. With the presence of Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and various other areas, the city of Agra holds historic significance.

The city was also known as Akbarbad in the past and is most famous for the monument of love , the Taj Mahal. Built under the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who passed away, the Taj Mahal is made of pristine white marble and is famous for inlay work. The monument is located on the banks of river Yamuna and is truly a sight to see.

Next stop in Agra is the Agra Fort, which is made just as the Red Fort in the exteriors and encompasses various fairy-tale like palaces and establishments as the fort in Fatehpur Sikri. The palace comprises of Jahangir Palace, Khas Mahal, and Diwan-e-Khas as well as Diwan-e-Aam. You will then be taken to the various areas for shopping in Agra. From souvenirs to various marbled in-lay work that Agra is famous for, we will help you explore the city of Agra.Overnight is in the city of Taj Mahal, Agra.

Highlights: Agra – Visit Taj Mahal & Agra Fort.

Day 14 Agra to Jhansi by Train and Drive to Khajuraho

Today in time we will help you board a train to Jhansi from where we will drive to Khajuraho. The city of Khajuraho had once been forgotten and was re-discovered by Capt. T.S. Burt in 1838, an engineer of the British Army. Khajuraho is mainly known for its erotic temples and offers a different look at the religious section of the country. Overnight is in the city of Khajuraho.

Day 15 City tour of Khajuraho and night train to Varanasi

Khajuraho is famous for the erotic temples that were built by the Chandelas during 950 AD to 1050 AD. On our tour of the city, we will help you explore the depths of these temples. Our visit will include the Chaunset Yogini Kali Temple, Bharatji or Chitragupta temple. Which is composed of 11 headed pictures of Lord Vishnu, Javeri Temple is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Vishnu, Parasvanath Temple of Khajuraho- which is the only Jain Temple and many others.

Rest of the day is at leisure before we help you to board the night train to Varanasi. Overnight is on board.

Highlights: Khajuraho- visit the Chaunset Yogini Kali temple, Chitragupta temple, Lakshmana temple, Mahadev temple, Nandi and Vishvanath temple, Siva’s Visha temple and Parasvanath temple.

Day 16 Arrival at Varanasi

After you arrive at Varanasi, we will help you to check in to your hotel. The city of Varanasi has been deeply linked to religiousness and holiness. Known as one of the oldest living cities in the world, the origin of the city of Varanasi dates back to 5000 years. Popular for its Ghats and temples, the day can be spent by visiting various temples in the city, witnessing the massive ceremony performed with fire, the worshiping of the Gods and Goddesses or simply by strolling in the markets and bazaars of the city. Overnight is in the pious city of Varanasi.

Day 17 City Tour of Varanasi. Night train to New Delhi

Located near the Ganges River, the city holy city of Varanasi has a total of 88 ghats. All of these ghats are basically known for their pious nature and have a holy significance. It is said that taking a dip in the waters of these ghats ensures salvation to people. Furthermore, the banks are known for the various religious rituals and practices. Dashashwamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat and the Scindia Ghat are the most well-known places in the city.

After your day here in the city of Ghats, we will help you board a train to New Delhi. Check-out from the hotel will be at noon. Night on board the train.

Highlights: Varanasi - Boat ride on the River Ganges visiting the Manikarnika and Harishchandra ghats.

Day 18 Arrival and stay in New Delhi

Today you return to the starting point of your travels with us. After checking in your hotel you could spend the day visiting various temples and monuments in the city. You can plan a visit to Swaminarayan Akshardham, which is one of the largest complexes in the world and is made from Italian marble and Rajasthan's pink sandstone. In this Hindu Complex, you will find sculptures of Swaminarayan, Sita Ram, Radha Krishna, Shiva Parvati and many others including Lakshmi Narayan. The main complex is built by keeping the Pancharatra Shastra in mind and has detailed carvings of flora and fauna, dancers, deities and various other things. The temple includes Yagnapurush Kund, a large fountain, 20,000 idols of sages, 9 domes, 234 pillars and 148 of full sized elephant. You could also take a short boat ride in the temple complex to ride through the past 10,000 years of India. Overnight stay is in the city of cities, Delhi.

Day 19 Departure

On the last day of your Rajasthan Taj Mahal Khajuraho and Varanasi Tour Packages with us, we will take you to the airport in time to board your home-bound flight. End of your Rajasthan with Taj Mahal, Khajuraho and Varanasi tour. We hope you enjoyed your trip and our services. We look forward to having you around with more riveting experiences.


Day Wise Hotel Details

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  • Day 01


    Radisson Blu Hotel Dwarka

  • Day 02


    Castle Mandawa

  • Day 03


    Laxmi Niwas Palace

  • Day 04


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  • Day 06


    Indana Palace

  • Day 07


    Ramada Udaipur Resort and Spa

  • Day 08


    Ramada Udaipur Resort and Spa

  • Day 9


    Jagat Palace

  • Day 10


    5 By Oyo Metropolitan

  • Day 11


    5 By Oyo Metropolitan

  • Day 12


    Grand Mercure

  • Day 13


    Grand Mercure

  • Day 14


    Ramada Khajuraho

  • Day 15



    train First class
  • Day 16


    Rivatas By Ideal

  • Day 17



    train First class
  • Day 18


    Radisson Blu Hotel Dwarka


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  • Accommodation with breakfast

  • Transfers/visits by chosen vehicle

  • Taxes and assistance

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  • Insurance

  • Lunches

  • Dinners

  • Domestic airfares

  • Local guides

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Duration :1-1.5 hours

Walking tour of Udaipur old City

Duration :4 hours

Private cooking class in a Udaipur home

Duration :3 hours

Royal Food walk tour In Udaipur

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Evening Excursion: Bagore Ki Haveli Dance Show in Udaipur

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Jaisamand Sanctuary Ride

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Full Day Horse Ride Tour in Udaipur

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Half-Day Horse Ride Tour

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Elephant orphanage to understand this animal

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Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Ranthambore

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Mohabbat The Taj Show

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Traditional Indian Welcome

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Agra Walk

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Rajasthan with Tajmahal Tour

Rajasthan Tour with Taj Mahal - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

Q.1 What should one eat and drink in Rajasthan?

It is advisable to drink only packaged water. You must avoid drinking water from local taps or similar sources. Avoid eating too much spicy food as your system may not be habitual to it. You can have fruits in plenty, but only after washing them.

Q.2 How to experience Rajasthan at its best?

It is recommended to plan a trip of Rajasthan during fairs and festivals. Visiting Rajasthan during the festive season not only makes your trip more amusing but also lets you enjoy amidst the festivities and interact with the locals.

Q.3 Do people understand English and other foreign languages in Rajasthan?

English is widely spoken and understood at almost all tourist centres. It is recommended to take qualified and government recognized guides for sightseeing in Rajasthan. Tour guides will help you not only in sightseeing, but will also help you understand Rajasthan better and give you useful tips for an enjoyable tour. It is quite easy to hire multilingual guides, who can narrate you everything in your preferred language.

Q.4 What precautions should a tourist take in terms of legal matters and safety?

Don’t bring guns or pornography into India. Seek the help of police only in case of a significant theft. To minimize the loss of money, never carry a large amount of cash with you. You can withdraw cash as and when required from the ATMs, which are available in all cities.

Q.5 What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

The best time to visit Rajasthan is between October and March.

Q.6 What can I wear while visiting Rajasthan?

There is no hard and fast rule regarding the dress code while visiting Rajasthan. But it is advised to wear cotton clothes in Rajasthan as it is comprised of arid and semi-arid regions. One also must carry things like sunglasses, sun screen lotion, etc. to avoid sun burn. However, it is important to dress modestly while visiting religious places like mosques and temples.

Q.7 What is the best time to visit Taj Mahal?

Taj Mahal is an epitome of architectural beauty and is also the pride of India. One can visit it any time of the day but if you wish to see it at its utmost glory, you must visit it at the time of the sunrise. You can enjoy viewing it without crowds at this time.

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