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21-Day India, Nepal and Bhutan Tour

21-Day India, Nepal and Bhutan Tour

By Mike HoUpdated Feb. 19, 2024
A Trip to Discover Landscapes and Spiritual Tresures of India, Nepal, and Bhutan

Explore the vibrant streets of India, from the historic landmarks of Delhi to the majestic Taj Mahal in Agra. Then, venture into Nepal, where the cultural riches of Kathmandu and the natural splendors of Pokhara await. Continue your odyssey in the enchanting kingdom of Bhutan, with its pristine landscapes and rich traditions. This well-curated itinerary offers the perfect blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, making it an ideal choice for travelers seeking a profound experience of India, Nepal, and Bhutan.

We can customize this trip by adding anything you're interested in and scheduling days to fit your pace. We would happily organize a unique theme or activities for birthdays, young children, anniversaries, etc.

  • Days:21±
  • Best For:Slow Pacers and Couples
  • Departure date: Up to you
  • Sample Price:From US$6,919p/p, (2 per room)*
  • Flights: SE Asia's included (international on request)

 

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Tour Highlights

Here are the fantastic attractions, the most must-do activities selected by Asia Highlights (AH Hand-Picked), and exclusive cultural experiences offered by Asia Highlights (Only With AH) included in this tour:

Witness the miracle in the history of architecture and the symbol of true love, the Taj Mahal

the white Taj Mahal

Immerse yourself in the stories of the maharajas in the 'Pink City', Jaipur.

the pink building

Travel back in time to the Middle Ages in the temples and the palaces that are hidden in the Kathmandu Valley.

the old temple in Kathmandu

Find the most beautiful monastery in Punakha and experience the inner peace brought by Tibetan Buddhism.

the temple in punakha

Visit Taktsang Monastery to see where the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, Padmasambhava, meditated.

taktsang monastery

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Day 1
New Delhi Arrival

Your private guide will be ready to meet and greet you at the arrival hall in New Delhi. A comfortable private car with an experienced driver will transfer you directly to your hotel. Your guide will help you to check-in.

Day 2
Delhi Discovery | Jama Masjid and Old Delhi

Begin your journey through the vibrant city of Delhi with a visit to the grand Jama Masjid. This architectural marvel is not only India's largest mosque but also a cultural icon, standing majestically across from the historic Red Fort.

Experience the heartbeat of Old Delhi with a thrilling 30-minute cycle rickshaw ride through the bustling lanes of Chandani Chowk. Here, you'll witness the preservation of traditional craftsmanship that has made Delhi famous, all amidst the vibrant tapestry of commercial activity.

Delve into the rich historical tapestry of Delhi with a visit to Humayun's Tomb. This magnificent structure, built in 1570, holds immense cultural significance as the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. Its design inspired numerous architectural innovations that ultimately led to the creation of the iconic Taj Mahal.

Humayun's TombHumayun's Tomb

Your exploration continues at the awe-inspiring Qutub Minar. This towering masterpiece reaches a staggering height of 73 meters and features a spiral staircase with 379 steps. Built to commemorate Muslim dominance in Delhi following the defeat of the last Hindu ruler, the Qutub Minar stands as the tallest minaret in India. With its five storeys and projecting balconies, this architectural wonder combines red sandstone and marble, creating a true testament to India's rich heritage.

Day 3
New Delhi to Agra by private car | Kachhpura Village and Mehtab Bagh

Begin your journey with a seamless transfer from Delhi to Agra, where your driver will greet you at your hotel and ensure a comfortable journey to your next destination. Along the way, there's a stop for refreshments and restroom use.

Upon your arrival in Agra, immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Mehtab Bagh. Located north of the Taj Mahal complex, on the opposite side of the Yamuna River, this serene spot offers a captivating view of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Mehtab Bagh, also known as the "Moonlight Garden," features lush pavilions, dancing fountains, fragrant flowers, and picturesque pools. We recommend visiting in the late afternoon for a splendid sunset view of the Taj.

captivating view of the Taj Mahal and Agra FortCaptivating view of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort

Continue your cultural odyssey with a guided walk through Kachhpura Village, nestled near Mehtab Bagh. This narrow bridle path leads you to the heart of the ancient village, where you'll discover intricate wall paintings created by local community girls. Delve into the unique architecture of Humayun's Mosque, a distinctive Mughal monument, and observe village life in action. The villagers are welcoming and eager to share their way of life with visitors. Conclude your enlightening journey back at Mehtab Bagh, where you can relish a mesmerizing view of the Taj Mahal at sunset.

Day 4
Agra Discovery | Taj Mahal

Begin your journey at the Tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah, often referred to as the "jewel box." This splendid Mughal mausoleum in Agra, built between 1622 and 1628, showcases the transition in Mughal architecture with its red sandstone structure and intricate marble decorations. Persian motifs like wine vases and flowers adorn its gardens.

Next, explore the world-famous Taj Mahal, a testament to love's enduring power. This iconic masterpiece, constructed over 22 years with 20,000 craftsmen, features gleaming white marble hauled from distant quarries by a fleet of 1,000 elephants. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the mid-17th century, it stands as a symbol of his love for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Complete your journey with a visit to Agra Fort, initiated by Emperor Akbar and later expanded by Jahangir. Overlooking the Yamuna River, it houses architectural gems like the Diwan-i-Am (hall of public audience) and the Diwan-i-Khas (hall of private audience), constructed by Shahjahan for receiving dignitaries and hosting significant gatherings.

Agra FortAgra Fort
Day 5
Agra to Jaipur by private car | Fatehpur Sikri

Embark on a picturesque journey from Agra to Jaipur, with our experienced driver ensuring a comfortable ride. Covering approximately 235 kilometers, the trip takes around 5-6 hours. Your journey includes a midway break for refreshments (not included) and access to restroom facilities.

Fatehpur Sikri: Explore the fascinating city of Fatehpur Sikri, commissioned by Emperor Akbar in 1569. This site pays homage to the revered Saint Sheikh Salim Chishti, whose blessings and prophecy of an heirless Emperor's three sons led to its creation. Discover the rich history and architectural marvels of this deserted city.

Experience the enchantment of Amber Fort at night. The sparkling ground resembles a starry night, while the illuminated buildings and walls exude a golden glow. Enjoy an exquisite meal in an elegant dining room accompanied by live Indian music. Delight in dishes like tender chicken, flavorful lamb with spicy sauce, and special desserts like rice pudding and honey balls, making for an unforgettable dining experience.

Day 6
Jaipur Discovery | Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar

Amber Fort: Begin your day with a visit to the majestic Amber Fort. This grand fortress was initiated by Maharaja Mansingh, one of Emperor Akbar's distinguished Generals, in the 17th century. Explore its remarkable architecture and immerse yourself in its historical significance.

Jantar Mantar: Discover the Jantar Mantar, one of five astronomical observatories constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1728. This observatory has a rich history and reflects the ruler's deep interest in celestial phenomena and their workings.

Hawa Mahal: Admire the stunning Hawa Mahal, also known as the "Palace of Winds," built by King Sawai Pratap Singh. This five-story architectural marvel features 953 pink sandstone windows or 'jharokhas.' Your guide will help you capture the best photographs of this iconic structure.

City Palace of Jaipur: Explore the City Palace, also known as Chandra Mahal, where part of the palace is still the royal family's residence. On the ground floor and in the outer courtyards, you'll find the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, housing an exquisite collection of Mughal carpets, miniature paintings, arms, manuscripts, costumes, and more.

City Palace of JaipurCity Palace of Jaipur

Cooking Class at Ikaki Niwas: Experience an Indian cooking class at a local family's home. Learn about Indian cuisine, from baking Indian bread to preparing main dishes like butter chicken, bean curry, and potato delights. Discover the art of using various Indian spices while your hosts share their culinary traditions. Join in the joyous atmosphere as your teachers might even sing or dance in their lively kitchen. Conclude the class by enjoying a delightful meal with the family, sharing stories and experiences. You'll also receive a recipe to recreate these dishes at home.

Day 7
Jaipur to Jodhpur by private car | Mehrangarh Fort and Bhawan Palace Museum

Blue City Stroll: Begin your journey with a leisurely walk through Jodhpur's famed Blue City. Admire the azure-hued houses that provide a picturesque backdrop to daily life. Your guide will introduce you to local families, offering you a glimpse into their world over a cup of tea.

Mehrangarh Fort: Visit Mehrangarh Fort, one of India's largest and most impressive forts. Explore a museum showcasing palanquins, furniture, cannons, paintings, and folk musical instruments, providing insights into the region's rich history.

Jaswant Thada: Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Jaswant Thada, a royal mausoleum constructed in the classic Rajputana style in 1899.

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum: Discover the colossal Umaid Bhawan Palace, one of the world's largest private residences, now divided into a museum and a heritage hotel. Explore the opulent lifestyle of the royal family through its treasures.

Umaid Bhawan Palace MuseumUmaid Bhawan Palace Museum

Mandore Garden: Visit Mandore Garden, once the capital of the Rathore Rajputs. Explore the garden's captivating temples, well-maintained lawns, galleries, and high rock terraces. Experience Jodhpur's cultural gems on this captivating journey.

Day 8
Jodhpur to Mumbai by flight | Bollywood

Get ready to dive into the captivating world of Bollywood, India's vibrant film industry. This immersive experience offers an insider's look at the glitz and glamour, showcasing:

Live Studio Visit: Step into the heart of Bollywood as you witness a live film shoot in action. Feel the energy and excitement as actors and crew bring cinematic magic to life.

Bollywood Museum: Explore the rich history and evolution of Bollywood at the dedicated museum. Uncover the industry's fascinating journey, from its early days to the modern era.

Bollywood Dance Show: Be mesmerized by a dazzling Bollywood dance performance. Feel the rhythm, vibrancy, and sheer exuberance of these captivating routines.

Bollywood Dance ShowBollywood Dance Show

Star Gazing: Keep your eyes peeled for a chance encounter with Bollywood's finest. If luck is on your side, you might even exchange greetings with a Bollywood star or sneak a peek into their makeup rooms for an unforgettable photo opportunity.

Day 9
Mumbai Discovery | Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus: Step back in time as you explore the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus. This iconic railway station not only serves as the bustling hub of Mumbai's rail network but also stands as a magnificent symbol of the city's British colonial history. Its stunning European-style architecture, dating back to 1887, makes it a must-visit landmark. You might even recognize it from its appearance in the film "Slumdog Millionaire."

Dhobi Ghat: Prepare to be amazed by the vibrant contrast of Dhobi Ghat, the colossal open-air laundry. This 136-year-old institution offers a unique juxtaposition against Mumbai's modern skyscrapers. Rows of laundry pools, diligent workers tirelessly scrubbing away, and a colorful sea of garments create an unforgettable, quintessentially Indian tableau. It's an iconic snapshot of daily life in Mumbai.

The Prince of Wales Museum (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya): Immerse yourself in one of India's largest museums. Beyond its Indo-Saracen architectural beauty, this institution was established to honor the visit of the Prince of Wales. Inside, you'll discover an extensive collection of historical relics, exquisite paintings, and intricate sculptures. The museum's exhibitions also shed light on the ancient civilizations that thrived in the Indus River region.

The Gateway of India: Behold Mumbai's beloved landmark, the Gateway of India. This majestic arch, facing the Arabian Sea, has witnessed the arrival and departure of the British royalty, notably King George V and Queen Mary. A symbol of historical significance, it encapsulates the city's rich past and enduring spirit.

Gateway of IndiaGateway of India
Day 10
Mumbai to Varanasi by flight | Ganga Aarti Ceremony

Ganga Aarti Ceremony: Your spiritual journey begins with the enchanting Ganga Aarti Ceremony. The melodic resonance of a conch shell sets the stage, dispelling negative energies. As incense dances in the air, devotees circle large lamps, their voices raised in sacred chants. The result is a mesmerizing blend of music, devotion, and mysticism, leaving you captivated by the sacred aura.

Evening Boat Ride on the Ganges River: As the sun descends over the horizon, you'll embark on a serene boat ride along the Ganges River, India's Mother River and a deeply revered site for Hindus. The late afternoon unveils a timeless scene of pilgrims partaking in age-old rituals by the sacred Ganges. This tranquil journey promises to be a moving encounter with spiritual traditions that have endured for generations.

Day 11
Varanasi Discovery | Manikarnika Ghat

Manikarnika Ghat: This ancient ghat in Varanasi holds deep spiritual significance, where the departed find their eternal rest through cremation ceremonies. It's a solemn yet profound experience that embodies the city's spiritual heart.

Monkey Temple: Visit the Monkey Temple, a lively hub thronged by devotees during the festive Navratri. The temple, with its charming Durga Kund water tank, comes to life during Nag Panchami, reenacting Lord Vishnu reclining on Shesh Naag.

Riverside Heritage Walk: Stroll through the historic streets along the Ganges in the late afternoon. Witness the interwoven lives of riverside communities. Explore Bengali Tola, an enclave rich in Bengali traditions, with hidden Kali shrines and a glimpse of Dashaswamedh, the ten-horse sacrifice Ghat.

Sunrise Ganges Boat Ride: Begin your day with a tranquil sunrise boat ride on the Ganges. Glide past Ghats and temples, witnessing pilgrims in their morning rituals. Experience Varanasi's awakening in the soft morning light.

Sarnath: Explore Sarnath, where Buddha first preached the Dharma. Visit the deer park, symbolizing Buddhist heritage, and discover the origins of the Buddhist Sangha.

Day 12
Varanasi to Kathmandu by flight | Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swyambhunath Stupa

Kathmandu Durbar Square: Immerse yourself in the historical heart of Kathmandu at Durbar Square, also known as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square. This ancient royal seat showcases a magnificent array of temples devoted to various Hindu deities. The buildings, dating from the 15th to the 18th century, include iconic structures like the Taleju temple, Jagannath temple, Kal Bhairav, Kumari Ghar, and Kasthamandap, constructed from a single massive timber.

Swyambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple): Located just 3 kilometers west of downtown Kathmandu, Swyambhu Nath Stupa is a mesmerizing architectural masterpiece. Dating back to 250 B.C., it's believed to have arisen from a mythical Kathmandu Valley lake. This colossal stupa complex offers unparalleled views of the valley and the stunning northeastern Himalayan range. Discover a world of intricate sculptures, the fragrant aroma of burning sandalwood and butter, and devoted believers spinning prayer wheels and circumambulating the pagoda, all creating a truly mystical atmosphere.

Swyambhunath StupaSwyambhunath Stupa
Day 13
Nagarkot to Kathmandu by private car | Patan Durbar Square and Mount Everest Viewing

Patan Durbar Square: Nestled in the heart of Patan city, this square is a testament to ancient Newari architecture, featuring 15th to 17th-century Hindu and Buddhist treasures from the Malla dynasty. Highlights include the golden gate, Krishna temple, royal bath, Royal Taleju Temple, Vishwanath Temple, Char Naran Temple, and Bhimsen Temple.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Known as the "City of Devotees," Bhaktapur boasts a rich cultural heritage with stunning temples and UNESCO-listed gems like the 55-Window Palace and Batsala Temple.

Bhaktapur Durbar SquareBhaktapur Durbar Square

Early Morning Mount Everest Viewing: Gaze at eight majestic peaks, including Mount Everest, during a breathtaking sunrise. The best viewing times are from March to May and mid-September to early December.

Boudha Nath Stupa: This ancient trade route junction is home to the awe-inspiring Boudhanath Stupa, a 36-meter-tall Buddhist monument dating back to the 5th century. Admire the captivating golden eyes, witness monks' rituals, and soak in the spiritual ambiance.

Day 14
Kathmandu Discovery | Boudha Nath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple

1-Hour Mountain Everest Flight: Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to witness the majestic Mount Everest. Your day begins early, between 5:30 and 8:30, depending on the schedule. A guaranteed window seat allows you to gaze at the southern face of Mount Everest, alongside other breathtaking peaks like Shisha Pangma. After this awe-inspiring flight, return to your hotel.

Boudha Nath Stupa: Explore the ancient crossroads between Nepal and Tibet at Boudhanath Stupa, one of Nepal's most significant and largest Buddhist monuments. Standing at a towering 36 meters, the stupa rests on a massive three-tiered mandala-style platform, surrounded by vibrant family homes. Dating back to the 5th century, its golden pagoda eyes cast a captivating spell, while fluttering prayer flags and the presence of monks create a deeply spiritual atmosphere.

Pashupatinath Temple: Discover the spiritual heart of Nepal at Pashupatinath, a 281-hectare sacred site and one of the holiest Hindu temples. This magnificent golden temple boasts a unique Nepalese architectural style, with four silver doorways and hundreds of Shiva lingams, shrines, and icons of Hindu deities. Situated along the Bagmati River, Pashupatinath has long been revered by Nepalese royalty and remains a spiritual sanctuary. Please note that this temple is reserved for Hindus only and also serves as a crematory, offering a profound glimpse into the cycle of life.

Pashupatinath TemplePashupatinath Temple
Day 15
Kathmandu to Paro and Thimpu by flight | Thimphu Chorten

Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten): This grand Tibetan-style chorten stands as one of Thimphu's most prominent religious landmarks. For the Bhutanese people, it holds great significance and serves as a focal point for their daily worship. Constructed in 1974, it stands as a memorial to the third king, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (1928–72). A visit during the early morning hours offers a tranquil experience, as the elderly gather to pay their respects, while schoolchildren make their way to classes, adding a vibrant spirit to the atmosphere.

Buddha Dordenma (Buddha Point): Perched atop a hill near Thimphu, the Buddha Dordenma is a colossal golden statue of Shakyamuni. What makes it even more remarkable is the presence of 125,000 smaller Buddha statues enshrined within the main statue. Beneath the Buddha Dordenma, you'll find a spacious meditation hall, adding to the site's serene ambiance, making it a truly awe-inspiring spiritual destination.

Day 16
Thimphu Discovery | Tashichho Dzong

Tashichho Dzong (Thimpu Dzong): This majestic fortress, situated near Thimphu town on the banks of the Wangchhu River, is a grand architectural marvel surrounded by lush lawns and exquisite gardens. Tashichho Dzong has been the governmental epicenter since 1952, housing the king's throne room, key ministries including home affairs and finance, as well as the secretariat. Various other government departments find their home in the adjacent buildings. A visit here offers a glimpse into Bhutan's administrative heart.

Tashichho DzongTashichho Dzong

National Folk Heritage Museum: Located in Thimphu, the capital city, this museum, founded in 2001, provides an engaging window into Bhutan's material culture and way of life. Housed within a three-story, 19th-century traditional Bhutanese dwelling, the museum showcases a diverse collection of household items, tools, and equipment, offering visitors a vivid portrayal of traditional Bhutanese living. Regular demonstrations of rural customs, skills, traditions, and educational programs for children are part of the museum's vibrant activities, making it an enriching experience for all.

Day 17
Thimphu to Punakha by private car | Dochula Pass and Punakha Dzong

Dochula Pass: As you journey from Thimphu to Punakha, you'll pass through Dochula, a favorite stop for tourists. This mountain pass offers an awe-inspiring 360-degree panorama of the Himalayan mountain range. The view is particularly breathtaking on crisp winter days when snow-capped peaks create a majestic backdrop to the serenity of the 108 chortens that grace the pass.

Punakha Dzong: Often regarded as one of Bhutan's most exquisite dzongs, Punakha Dzong resides at the confluence of the Phochhu and Mochhu rivers. It's a site of great historical significance as it was here that Bhutan's inaugural king was crowned in 1907. This grand dzong is a testament to Bhutan's rich heritage.

Punakha DzongPunakha Dzong

Chimi Lhakhang: Nestled atop a hillock in the valley, Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the Temple of Fertility, is where hope meets tradition. It's believed that couples yearning for children who visit this temple often find their wishes granted. Stroll through the village surrounding the temple for a rare glimpse into the daily life and customs of the villagers.

Day 18
Punakha Discovery | Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten

Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten (Approx. 2-Hour Round Trip Walk): Explore the allure of Bhutan by visiting the Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten, celebrated for its captivating architecture and tranquil surroundings. To reach this chorten, embark on an approximately 2-hour round trip walk, a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Bhutan's natural beauty, culture, and spirituality.

Talo Village: Step into the charming and picturesque Talo Village nestled in Bhutan's Punakha District. Perched at an elevation of around 2,800 meters (9,186 feet), Talo Village provides a glimpse into Bhutan's traditional rural lifestyle.

Nalanda Buddhist Institute: Delve into the preservation and propagation of Buddhist knowledge and culture at the Nalanda Buddhist Institute. Through its teachings and activities, the institute contributes to the revival and continuity of Buddhist traditions, ensuring the wisdom of Buddhism endures for generations.

Lhuendrup Lhakhang NunneryLhuendrup Lhakhang Nunnery

Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang Nunnery: The Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang Nunnery not only safeguards and promotes Buddhist culture and philosophy but also offers a sanctuary for women seeking spiritual refuge and guidance. Visitors can immerse themselves in Bhutanese spirituality, witness the dedication of the nuns, and find solace in the serene surroundings of the nunnery.

Day 19
Punakha to Paro by private car | Ta Dzong National Museum

Ta Dzong National Museum: Uncover Bhutan's cultural treasures at the Ta Dzong National Museum. The museum features a natural-history gallery with a 3D map of Bhutan and a Heritage Gallery, where you'll find intriguing artifacts like an egg laid by a mule and a horse horn attributed to Guru Rinpoche. Don't miss the original iron links from the historic iron bridge at Tamchhog. While cameras aren't allowed inside, you're welcome to photograph the Ta Dzong and its scenic surroundings. Note that winter hours (November to February) may have the museum closing an hour earlier.

Ta Dzong National MuseumTa Dzong National Museum

Rinpung Dzong: The Rinpung Dzong, a grand Buddhist monastery and fortress, belongs to the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school and serves as the home for the district Monastic Body and government administrative offices of Paro Dzongkhag. This remarkable site is listed as a tentative UNESCO World Heritage site, offering a fascinating glimpse into Bhutan's rich history and culture.

Simtokha Dzong: Located about 5 kilometers south of Thimphu, the Simtokha Dzong is a captivating structure with a history dating back to 1629 when it was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Legend has it that the dzong guards a demon that once resided in the nearby rock, hence the name "Simtokha," derived from "simmo" (demoness) and "do" (stone). The dzong's strategic location was vital for protecting the Thimphu valley and the passage to the Dochu La and eastern Bhutan.

Day 20
Paro Discovery | Taktshang Goemba (Tiger's Nest)

Taktshang Goemba (Tiger's Nest): This iconic monastery earned its nickname, "Tiger's Nest," from the legend that Guru Rimpoche flew on the back of a tigress to this very spot in the 8th century. He meditated in a cave here for three transformative months, and it's at this sacred site that the monastery was eventually constructed. This cave is not only where Bhutanese Buddhism is believed to have originated, but also a breathtaking testament to the country's spiritual heritage.

Tiger's NestTiger's Nest

Kyichu Lhakang: Journey to one of Bhutan's most ancient and enchanting temples. Kyichu Lhakang is among the 108 temples built across the Himalayas by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, introducing Buddhism to Bhutan. While visiting this temple, you'll be captivated by intriguing tales of the Tibetan kings and the profound influence of Buddhism on Bhutan.

Day 21
Paro to New Delhi for Departure

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