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Memorable Road Trip to Digha, nearest Sea Beach from Kolkata


Memorable Road Trip to Digha, nearest Sea Beach from Kolkata

 We Kolkatans, love sea food, so how can we resist loving the sea? We somersault for sea visits towards the Bay of Bengal as soon as we get time from the busy weekdays on the weekends. But this time, we did a summersault by crafting a memorable road trip by car to Digha, the nearest sea beach from Kolkata as my city was burning with 44 degree C which actually felt like 49 degree C. Nothing could have been much soother than getting a short relief beside the sea from this scorching Indian summer heat wave in the city.
A Memorable Road Trip To Digha Sea Beach From Kolkata. The Smoothness Experience Of Kanthi-Digha Road Is Out Of The Country. Kudos West Bengal Tourism

Early Morning :-
Time- 5:30 am
We initiated by starting our car, this time Maruti Alto 800, sharp at 5:30 am from our place. On the driver's seat was my friend Rahul, onto his left was me, Ahem, Ahem! 
Assisting Rahul in taking selfie while he drives the car.
On the back seat was Didi(Elder Sister), Jija Ji(Brother-In-Law) and the budding Instagrammer, younger sister. After fuelling the car to full tank around Kona Expressway, we rolled towards the Digha sea beach with an average speed of 80 kmpl and with a pre-planned stoppage for breakfast at Sher-E-Punjab dhaba cum hotel in Kolaghat. P.S- Sher-E-Punjab falls on the right hand side of on NH6 when you are riding towards Kharagpur from Kolkata. You can also checkout my earlier visits to this famous dhaba as "That 80 Km journey for Dal Tadka & Roti at Sher-E-Punjab dhaba, Kolaghat"

1st break in the journey- Sher_e_Punjab hotel in Kolaghat

6:30 am, Kolaghat:- We reached Kolaghat in an hour exactly. After having a wonderful and light breakfast cum photo session we moved onto our journey again in the car.

Photo session backed up by light and healthy breakfast for a smoother ride at Kolaghat's Sher-E-Punjab hotel..
Selfie time for young guns. 
Moving ahead a few metres, We took left towards Nandakumar while leaving NH6 for other travellers to Kharagpur. We also left the road towards Haldia while taking the right turn towards Nandakumar. With a half an hour ride measuring 35 kms from Kolaghat we saw the marvellously designed and maintained road circle at Nandakumar. We were into Purba(East) Medinipur district of West Bengal. From the circle out there, we took a half round and straight towards Contai via NH116B.

7:30 am, Nandakumar:- But we have to put a halt again to our road trip just short ahead of Nandakumar on the way to Contai market(60 kilometres to go) due to thirst and took a short break no 2. So we decided to pump up this weird looking hand pump which reminded me of my childhood days. As how I used to pump up my bicycle's tyres by creating air pressure into the tubes through the same thing that seems to be used as hand-pump here in this area. 
Weird looking hand pump, It resembles more of bicycle tyre Do It Yourself air pumping machine.

I thought it to be some kind of "Jugad" or you may call it creative improvisation or temporary solution by local people. But later came to know that it works & has been set up by local governing authorities, it's on every nook and corner out here. This hand pump is here may be because it suits the topography of the coastal region, merely 85 kms from the sea. It was first in my lifetime experience to watch & use such a hand-pump like this. One has to put a whole lot of pressure to pull the water out, don't miss to check out the video "PUMPING IT UP ON THE WAY TO DIGHA SEA BEACH" on youtube.

India is a mixture of too many things, I patted up myself by saying so on my new discovery- a weird looking hand pump

7:45 am:- Nearby Nandakumar, at Ahmed Nagar, we came across a wonderfully designed Kali Temple, featuring two other hindu deities, most probably Kaal-Bhairav & Devi Chamunda along with dakini and yogini as famously known in Bengali tradition.
Noticed this Maa Kali temple on the outskirts of Nandakumar in Ahmed Nagar village by lads of Kishore Sangha.

Maa Kali- Goddess of Kaliyug as per hindu mythology along with other deities,etc

8 am, Digha-Contai Road, NH116B :- From Ahmed Nagar, We rode straight to Digha, 85 kms in 1 hour, surpassing Contai Bus stand and the route to Mandarmani, which falls just 3 kms short of Digha. Exactly at 10 am, that means in 5 hours with 2 short breaks of 30 mins each we reached Digha. As soon as you enter Digha town, this entry gate welcomes you for a pleasant stay by DSDA and West Bengal Tourism. One can read Biswa Bangla written in Bengali on the globe situated on top of the entry gate to New Digha Sea Beach and town city.
Welcome Gate to Digha Sea Beach region, maintained by DSDA and WB Tourism.
10:30 am, Digha :- We finally stopped our car yatra from Kolkata to Digha exactly in the car parking of the hotel booked by Jija Ji for our less than 24 hour stay this weekend. After resting a bit in the hotel room, walked down its lobby area to stretch our spinal cord a bit after this one way 180 kms car ride. Must needed for Rahul as he was on the driving seat for 4 long hours. Last but not the least, we jumped into the soothing sea as soon as we got ourselves refreshed to walk towards the sea that noon. The hotel he booked was in old Digha, so we also made up our mind to enjoy the sea beach of old digha this time, rather than driving towards Mandarmani or New Digha. The only difference Jija ji quoted between old Digha and new Digha was the availability and non-availability of those big rock chips on the sea beaches respectively. 

12 Noon to 3:30 pm, Old Digha Sea Beach:- As we didn't had to do anything with the rock chips guarding the sea shore, we were eager to drench down the salty and saline water of the sea to challenge this sudden rise of temperature this summer, hitting the mercury in Kolkata and nearby areas to temperatures beating the records of past 18 years of summer in West Bengal. But these rocks on the old Digha beach proved to be more fatal than our assumptions. The fact was, a slight wave can leave you with cuts and bruises all over your body though you were just trying to enter the sea over through the rocks. We all five in this family vacation trip got some sort of cuts and wounds which we later found out when our body touched the wind; after coming out of the salty sea water. In my case, I was almost engulfed by the high tides and waves at around 3:30 pm while exiting the sea over through the rocks towards the concrete slab. That awkward situation which almost had drown me was due to my wrong attempt to exit the sea by totally overriding science & nature. Let me explain, it was hide tide time, the tidal waves were touching half of the concrete slab, whereas I thought that to get less cuts and wounds I should come out to the cement slab; but not through the way we entered through the rocks laid left and right to the concrete cement slab at old Digha sea beach. Those tidal waves were gushing water to move up onto the slab which then slides down onto the rocks, resulting in moving away the sand beneath the rock chips to create a hollow space. Though it seems to be normal while coming out when you see from the sea side, but as soon as you put your leg into that sand-less hollow space created by sliding water just nearby the rocks, it might prove to be profound enough to gulp a human double of your height, powered by sudden increase in tide's frequency as it throws you, actually your head on the rocks which might kill anyone instantly. 

4pm, back to Hotel Room:- After wrestling/muscling down with tidal waves hitting your chest and spinal cord again and again, sand particles sneaking into nose and mouth along with saline water, cuts and wounds gifted by big rock chips on the sea beach, and life threatening adventure sport of risking self for the sake of "Thoda Aur...Thoda Aur" at the time of high tides, we came out hungry, thirsty and full of sand all over our body bidding goodbye to sea water of Bay of Bengal while cursing the sea beach and it's rocks. Got a shower in hotel room, ordered lunch for all, munched it down and went off to take an afternoon nap till 5pm.

A still photograph of mine on the concrete slabs on the old digha sea beach.

Evening, Old Digha beach again:-
5pm to 10 pm:-
The evening spent on sea beach rock was more fruitful than bathing in the sea during the day. We walked down from our hotel towards the same old big rocks laid flattened around the cement slab on the old beach. 
Resting down on those big rock chips around the old Digha sea beach, West Bengal.
Though those rocks injured us and many others tourists each and every day, but sitting on them in evening from 6pm to 10pm was the best remedy they can offer to those whom they damaged that day. That hustling high speed sea breeze and water particles coming out of the thrash of sea waves with those big rock chips were more soothing than any other stuff we did together during this journey. We clicked photos and selfies there, sat down silently letting us to absorb the divinity of nature, it's water and it's wind combined together at the same place, same time. 

There was a moment when we started feeling cold, partly shivering due to the sea breeze. It was the moment, we rose to have a look on the sea-food culture of Digha and West Bengal. Astonishingly, Digha sea beach was full of sea-food, no doubt it always attracts sea food lovers all over Bengal, specially cities like Kolkata and Howrah. 

Digha Beach Market- Paradise for sea-food lovers. 

Another sea-food stallwala. You don't have to dive deep into the sea to eat these fishes, crabs and lobsters, freshly fried and readily available at Digha Sea Beach Market.
To your suprise, you can also find Chicken-Kebab and Jhal-Muri, Bhel-Puri, Tea, Coffee, Kaju ke laddu, Puchka aka Golgappe, and whatever you want to munch & eat on the beach area itself. Vendors and stalls are all over the place, and no doubt they don't taste bad.
No less options for veggies though. From Jhal-muri to all other Indian snacks at one place. I bet I saw more than Muriwala.

Already marinated Chicken-Kebab sticks and Chicken-Tangri Kebab ready to be cooked and served hot.

Cooking Chicken-Kebab on a small mobile tandoor on the beach itself. It tasted like home, full paisa-vasool. Though it made me crave for more after eating one.
Having this hot and crispy Kebab with some salad and chutney cooked in-front of you on that small mobile tandoor was out of the world feeling, what else do one needs as a meat lover fighting with the chilling sea breeze blowing out your worldly problems into a fun-filled weekend vacation.

While returning back to the hotel that night we also loved to buy some handicrafts from the local stores in the market area of the old digha sea beach area, looks to be well maintained by Digha Sankarpur Development Authority (DSDA).

Next Day, the return journey:-
9 am:- 
The fun on the way to Digha and fro by car is unending, the smoother roads intersecting through the villages and rural life of West Bengal between Contai and Digha(55 kms) is full of greens, horticulture (fish breeding) which can be seen on both sides of the road. This Contai-Digha road route can also be termed as paradise cum nightmare for light vehicle drivers as those private buses plying between Kolkata to digha fly their buses assuming themselves to be pilots of Jet Airways. Almost in a hurry for loo, those bus drivers really do Full Paisa-vasool of Road Tax, which shows in their confidence of waving the bus left and right while moving forward in top speed until and unless they end up hitting someone walking down or driving down the same road. You can see how we rode through this smooth road, covered by trees planted on both sides, muscling down the flying buses in this video. Please bear with us as you wouldn't find any potholes unlike other roads leading to tourist destinations. Enjoy the smooth ride with us in this short video on Digha-Contai Road in May 2016. 

Do let me if know if you acknowledged my fascinating car yatra to the Digha Sea beach on this fultoo family vacation weekend trip in comments section. Stay tuned for more such experiences.

दावत-ए-मुर्गी --- ठंडी के दिनों में पिकनिक का आनंद


दावत-ए-मुर्गी --- ठंडी के दिनों में पिकनिक का आनंद

दिन यानि 25 दिसंबर का दिन हम सभी धूम-धाम से मानते हैं और मनाते हैं। कहीं कोई केक और पेस्ट्रीज खाता है, कोई गिरजा घर जाता है, कोई सिनेमा देखने जाता है तो कई लोग पूरे परिवार के साथ सैर सपाटा करने निकल जाते हैं।  National Holiday होने की वजह से कभी-कभी हम जैसे भुक्खड़ लोगों को कुछ रुचिकर और कुछ सुरुचिकर करने और कराने का मौका मिलता है। एक ऐसा भी बड़ा दिन गुजरा था कभी जब सभी मित्रों के सहयोग से कुछ खाने-पकाने पर सर्वसम्मति बनि। कड़कती ठंडी को मात देने और बड़े दिन को कुछ और बड़ा करने की सोच से लैस कई सुझाव आये पर किसी एक का चयन कर पाना कठिन हो रहा था। मुद्दा ये नहीं था के मुर्गी पके या मुर्गा...LOL

मुद्दा तो यह था के चिकन करी के साथ चावल हो या सत्तू वाली लिट्टी। आखिरकार मामला ठंडी में गर्मी के एहसास का था तो सत्तू से भरी हुयी और तेल में तली हुयी लिट्टी पर बात अटक रही थी पर निष्कर्ष निकला के जिन्हे चावल पसंद हो उनके लिए पुलाव भी बने। यह तय होते ही के मुर्गी के साथ थाली में क्या-क्या सजेगा, यह भी तय हो गया के प्रत्येक बंदे को इस एक पहर की पिकनिक में कितने रुपये देने हैं और क्या-क्या काम करना है। मिल-जुलकर खुद से की हुयी तैयारी कैसा रंग लाती है देखते जाइये।   
लिट्टी से चोखा हुआ गायब, अब चिकन ने ली जगह!

सबसे पहले सब्जी-बाजार के चक्कर

दावत की तैयारी 

लिट्टी गढ़ना शुरू 

प्याज, धनिया, अदरक, लहसुन READY ?

सुगंध तो गृहणी द्वारा पकाये गोश्त की तरह आ रही है 

लो पुलाव तैयार है 

रंग-रूप से शानदार, जबरजस्त, ज़िंदाबाद 

 पकाना और पकना 

जुगाड़ू विद्या से पापड़ सिंकाई  
अलाव के सामने बैठ कर ठंडी में हाथ सेकना 

पेश है लज़ीज दावत-ए-मुर्गी - 7 Star Spicy Indian Chicken Recipe  

दावत-ए-मुर्गी स्पेशल -- पुलाव और चिकन करी

दावत-ए-मुर्गा स्पेशल -- लिट्टी और चिकन करी

एक हाथ से HIGH-FIVE और दूसरे हाथ की सभी उँगलियाँ थाली में! वाह भाई वाह!


Viewing 51 Feet Tall Lord Shiva Statue at Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir in Howrah, Eastern India.


Viewing 51 Feet Tall Lord Shiva Statue at Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir in Howrah, Eastern India.

of it's kind in Eastern India, this 51 feet tall Lord Shiva statue was unveiled by Honorable President Of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday, December 13, 2015. The President along with his team and Governor of West Bengal Keshari Nath Tripathi visited the famous temple 'Natun Mandir' aka 'Naya Mandir' which means 'Newest Temple' in english, i.e, Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir or Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir (Official Website link embedded, click to view) in Howrah early morning on sunday. FYI, the Shiva Temple rests in between Howrah Railway Station and Salkia's Bandhaghat area exactly on Salkia School Road which is both way connected to Kolkata either by road or by river through Golabari-Armenian Ferry Service as well as Bandhaghat-Ahiritola Ferry service too. It would hardly take an hour to reach the landmark if you are connecting the nearby dots I mentioned above during peak traffic hours.
First Day of inaugurating the tallest ever lord Shiva in Eastern India at Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Howrah

Out of 5 heads of Hindu deity Lord Shiva, four heads can be seen in the photo from front, while the rest one is on backside and can be seen while crossing river Ganga from Jetty. Photo clicked at Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir's Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir in Howrah
Since the inauguration was of a rarest of rare Lord Shiva statue in my city by The President Of India itself, adequate measures were taken to not to repeat any occlusion again, specially stampedes like Deshapriya Park Durga Puja of 2015 which happened while inaugurating the tallest ever, 81 feet Durga Idol on October 18, 2015. Thus, no promotions were done by the "Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir" authorities in any newspaper, TV or online media. Instead, I was aware of this fact a week ago that Honorable President will be unveiling the idol which we used to see in construction while sailing on a ferry service to and fro Howrah & Kolkata on the river Ganges. All thanks to a loquacious friend of mine for this pre-news.

Welcome banner written in bengali hung opposite the gate of Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir for the honourable President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee.

President of India worshipping Shivalinga in the temple at Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir. Pictures posted by 'President of India' on facebook.

 President of India inaugurated 51 feet tall Lord Shiva statue/idol at Bangeshwar Mahadev Temple. Pictures posted by 'President of India' on facebook

President of India, Pranab Mukherjee seeking blessings and taking blessings after inaugurating the 51 feet tall lord Shiva statue at Bangeshwar Mahadev Temple, Howrah. Picture posted by 'President of India' on facebook.

This Fifty One Feet tall Shiva idol is unique in itself, not just because of geographical location but because of it's construction. The Shiva statue has five heads. It is made up of fibre glass, cement and reinforced cement concrete (RCC) and took 6 months to complete, weighing around 3 tonnes is currently shining on the bank of river Ganga on Howrah side but can be easily seen from the Howrah Bridge as well as the opposite bank of river Ganga, i.e, Kolkata side too. In case if you are Lord Shiva devotee from Kolkata, you can get a glimpse of it while visiting Lord Shiva Temple, The Bhootnath Temple of Bara Bazar, Kolkata which is situated in between Ahiritola and Nimtala crematorium.
Naya Mandir is new again. See the tallest Shiva hiding behind the temple dome. A Perfect glimpse while entering this famous temple we know by several names, such as Naya Mandir or Natun Mandir or Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir or Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir. It's a proud moment for all Howrah residents and people living in adjoining areas.

Though I was not able to visit the temple early morning on the inaugural day, I visited it the same day in evening. As I entered the temple premises, I found nothing new and surprising except a well decorated temple building covered by garlands. But As soon as I came closer to the temple building, walking down the pathway and garden, I noticed something flashing on my eyes behind the temple's dome. I was something like a first look teaser.

"Chalo bhakton, Photo le lo re..." Whole howrah is super excited, not just me!

There he was, shiny five headed Shiva who powered me up with divine feel and aroma coming out of the almighty. Felt proud that the district I was born in is in limelight for such a nice cause, felt nice that the temple I used to visit with my friends since childhood or sometimes alone in search of solace is blessed by the sight of 15 eyed Lord Shiva. What else can be more intriguing that I managed somehow to take a glimpse & blessings of the newly unveiled lord Shiva statue on it's very first day of being public, last but not the least.

Tallest Shiva Statue in Eastern India, Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir aka Naya Mandir

Five headed Shiva statue on the banks of river Ganga, Natun Mandir, Howrah 

Along with this ceremony, Natun Mandir aka Naya Mandir or (New Temple) has once again proven it's name of being youngest and innovative temple out here in Howrah district. Their clean Ganga initiative and hard work always helped curb polluting of the river. Though a temple on the bank of river Ganga or a mandir committee is not enough to ensure that the whole river becomes garbage and pollution free. Thus their initiative in public interest to aware every Indian about "Clean Ganga - Save India" is really commendable. See how they renovated the temple premises with these thoughtful quotes.  

Urge to save the purity of sacred Ganges- Save Ganga, Clean Ganga, Save India, Clean India. Quote by Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir, Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Salkia School Road, Bandhaghat, Howrah

Dying Ganga will kill India and our religion too. #Quote by Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir, Bangeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Howrah

Ganga+God=Mokhsha = Faith of purity. Please maintain the faith. Quote by Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir

Come out of the movie 'gangajal', this one is sacred. Quote by Seth Banshidhar Jalan Smriti Mandir, Howrah, West Bengal

I hope from now on every Indian, irrespective of their caste and creed would pay some importance to the ailing river Ganga, at least if not for the sake of aquatic ecosystem, but for the fear of being caught by the 5 headed & 15 eyed almighty Lord Shiva who is ready with his trishul(trident) in one hand to kill the river polluting evils and to bless those nice souls from his other hand because they value to maintain the purity and essence of the river. Have a look.
Polluting river Ganga is like snatching mother Ganga from his head. Do you agree? 
Har Mahadev
Har Har Mahadev
Har Har Mahadev

A Sunday Treat At Dakshineswar Temple Kolkata


A Sunday Treat At Dakshineswar Temple Kolkata

would have been a regular and lazy sunday that day which comes every weekend unless there is something special to cherish about. But thanks to my friend, let's call him 'L'; who planned to visit Dakshineswar Kali Temple in Kolkata early morning to perform pooja rituals in the temple to welcome his new motorcycle TVS Apache RTR to the family. 

Bike Pooja Vahan Vahana Puja at Dakshineswar Kali temple Mandir kolkata
Drawing Swastika Sign prior to Bike Puja

As we were heading towards Dakshineswar Temple from Howrah, we have already checked the normal opening and closure timings as well as aarti timings of the Kali Temple from

बंदरों का आतंक।


बंदरों का आतंक।

 और बंदर देखने में काफी अलग पर ढांचा बिलकुल एक जैसा । वही २ कान, २ आँखें, १ नाक और मुँह, १०-१० उँगलियों के पंजे पर एक अकेली पूँछ ने सारा खेल बिगाड़ दिया । वरना आज वो जानवर होते हुए भी मनुष्यों के साथ पल-बढ़ रहे होते क्यूंकि बंदरों को इंसानो के साथ काम करना या यूँ कहें उनकी नक़ल उतारना बखूबी पसंद है। 
तमाशा दिखाने आया मदारी,  बन्दर से करतब कराने को 
Baba Abhay holding a bad baby monkey- Year 2013

या यूँ कहें के इंसानों को बंदरों के साथ घुलना-मिलना अच्छा लगता हैं! तभी तो मदारी भी इन कपि शावकों को बचपन से ही पाल पोस कर बड़ा करना चाहता हैं । वो शायद इसलिए के बचपन से इंसानो के बीच पले-बढे होने से इन् जानवरों में मनुष्यों के प्रति एक लगाव सा हो जाता है । वो अपने मालिक के उँगलियों पर नाचने के लिए तैयार किया जाने लगता है । लोग बड़े चाव से मदारी का तमाशा भी देखते हैं, पैसे लुटाते हैं, बंदर को केला-फल खिलाया जाता है इत्यादि-इत्यादि !
खैर वो अलग बात है के मैं इस बन्दर के बच्चे को केला देने के बजाय Hajmola Candy देने गया था, पर कहावत ये हो गयी के "बन्दर क्या जाने CANDY का स्वाद"। 2013 की ही बात कर रहा हूँ ! जल्दी से हाजमोला कैंडी मेरे हाथों से लपकते ही इसने मुझे ऊँगली में काट लिया! बस क्या, उसी दिन से मेरा बुरा होने लगा । सरकारी हस्पताल से बंदर काटने का इंजेक्शन यानि टिका लेना पड़ा । मुझे ये उम्मीद एक बन्दर के बच्चे से नहीं थी पर क्या करता, ठहरा तो वो जानवर ही । 
गोरखपुर रेलवे स्टेशन पर है इनका अड्डा 

मियां, कहीं साइकिल गायब करने के फ़िराक में तो नहीं हैं?
 मज़ा तो तब आता है जब ये बन्दर बिना आक्रामकता के, स्वेच्छा से करतब दिखाए। जैसे घरों की दीवारों पर कूदना, झुंड में सबके आकर्षण का कारण बनना, बड़े-बड़े पेड़ों पर लम्बी लम्बी छलांग लगाना या बिना ड्राइविंग लाइसेंस के दो पहिया वाहन की सवारी करना इत्यादि । 

        जरुरी नहीं के जो बन्दर जंगली हैं, अर्थात जिनका लालन-पोषण मनुष्यों ने नहीं किया हैं उन्हें मनुष्यों और उनके रोजमर्रा के वस्तुओं से प्यार नहीं । ज़रा, इन्हे तो देखिये । मेरे बड़े भैया ने ५ मिनट के लिए मोटरसाइकिल क्या खड़ी कर दी इन महाशय ने तो कब्ज़ा ही कर लिया । 
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Who  let the Dogs out, Oops- I meant 'Monkey out'

घड़ियाँ बीतती जा रही है इस इंतज़ार में के हनुमान जी के कलयुगी अवतार लंगूर-Man कब मोटरसाइकिल से उतरेंगे और हमलोगों को अपनी गाडी के हैंडल लॉक में चाभी घुसाने मिलेगा । मज़ाल नहीं किसीकी जो बैठे हुए इस लंगूर को अंगूर का लालच देकर निचे उतार जाए । आखिरकार अच्छा खासा समय मोटरसाइकिल के नरम-नरम सीट पर बिताने के बाद इजाजत मिली की हम लोग अपनी गाडी लेकर वापस जा सके! 
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