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Rudranath Trek
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The trek to Rudranath was undertaken from August 21st to August 30, 2009

Rudranath is the toughest of the famous Panch Kedar pilgrimage treks. Even seasoned trekkers say, and locals agree, 'Rudranath ki Chadai, German ki Ladai'. Actually there are six Kedars, including Pashupatinath temple of Nepal. The Panch Kedars of India comprises of five Kedar temples - Kalpeshwar, Rudranath, Tungnath, Madhyamaheshwar, and Kedarnath. 

The myth goes that after the Mahabharatha war, the Pandavas went to the Himalayas to seek the blessings from Lord Shiva. But, Shiva would not appear before them initially. He disguised as a buffalo and hid himself among other buffalos. Bhima devised a plan. He stood with legs wide open rested on two rocks, and the buffalos were made to pass under him. As one buffalo refused to pass under Bhima's legs, the Pandavas identified him as Shiva. Bhima caught hold of the buffalo and the tug of war that ensued resulted in the splitting of the buffalo into six parts. The parts falling in different regions of the Himalayas are the places where the Pandavas later erected six temples. 

Thus, the five temples in India and the corresponding parts of the buffalo-Shiva are:

(a) Kalpeshwar, Shiva's hair is worshipped.
(b) Rudranath, Shiva's face is worshipped
(c) Tungnath, Shiva's arms are worshipped
(d) Madhyamaheshwar, Shiva's navel is worshipped
(e) Kedarnath, Shiva's behind is worshipped 

I went to Rudranath for the first time in 2000 accompanied by my brother. This time my friend Partha Pratim Ghosh accompanied me. We decided to trek in the monsoon months, a rather unusual time, to see the Himalayas in monsoon splendor.  We reached Delhi by Plane on 21st Aug, then boarded train for Hardwar. Next morning, reaching Hardwar, we availed bus and reached Mandal via Chamoli and Gopeshwar. Mandal is a picturesque and peaceful village, and the confluence of Balkhilya Ganga and Atri Ganga adds to its charm. 

At Mandal, we stayed at Bhagat Singh Bisht's hotel - Anusuya Lodge. It is just opposite to the "Anusuya Mata Mandir Marg". Bhagat made arrangements for a guide and porter - Anand Singh Bist and Sarvinder Singh Bist. I was glad to know that Sarvinder, our porter, was nephew of Maninder Singh Bist, our guide in 2000. 

 

We start our trek. Today's destination is Kandiya Bugiyal. We are passing through Shirouli village. A working mother breaks stone as her child waits... Balkhillya Nadi runs along with us - as we trek a slow ascent though terraced fields. Initially the road is decent ascent on a stony path ... 

 





Huge rock image of Lord Ganesha ... just a quarter kilometer before the Anusuya temple. It is carved out of a single piece of rock. The altar is below our level in a tin shed. 

 





We have reached Anusuya. This is Anusuya Devi temple(2080 m). the new structure of the temple was erected 150 years back when a devastating earthquake grounded it all. Legend has it the Sankaracharya established the previous temple. The temple is respected as the last resort of childless couples. 

Idols of Pandavas and Krishna in Anusuya temple, as are the idols of Shiva and Parvati besides, Hanumanji. (Images shown below)



 

 

Tewariji, the priest of Dattatreya temple, and an admirer of Bengalis and Late Umaprasad Mukherjee.

Dattatreya temple. Dattatreya was Rishi Atri's elder son, another son being the famous Durvasa. The Idol of Dattatreya is installed in the temple.

 

Now our trek trails through forest ... This time we could not visit Atri Guha as the log bridge across the stream has been washed away. Amrita Ganga river. We have to cross Amrita Ganga as the concrete pool has been washed away. Our guide says we are lucky to face no rainfall today. Had it rained our trek would have been halted here. 

 

This is the shepherd hut of Vikram Singh Bist - our five-star luxury resort for tonight. Next morning ... our trek passes through dense forest ...

 

Wild flowers. This flower is used to worship Rudranath. Next image shows a 4 km trek from Kandiya Bugiyal while approaching Hamsha Bugiyal. 

  

Anand tells us a Sadhu resides here nowadays. His Ashram is in Mandal village. The beauty of Hamsha Bugiyal mesmerizes us. Wild colorful flowers bloom everywhere. Wish we could halt here for a whole day. The extreme right image shows the Baba of Hamsha Bugiyal (on the left in white cloth). He is a wise man ... his wisdom evident from the structure of his forehead. 

   

Images of various wild flowers found while trekking.

 

We have reached Dhanpal Bugiyal, a 1 km trek from Hamsha Bugiyal. Amidst the celestial splendor of Dhanpal Bugiyal ... The Bengali Sadhu has now joined us ... he started late and caught up with us. The image on left shows trek area above tree line.

  

Drenched in torrential rains, we reach Naola pass. We could not take out our camera for the last kilometer. We cannot reach Rudranath temple that day because of torrential rains. We spend the night at Rajinder Singh Bhandari's Choti in Panchaganga Bugiyal, a 3 km trek from Dhanpal Bugiyal. This is a shot of Panchaganga Bugiyal as we start our trek towards Rudranath temple next morning. Next image shows rainbow, the best I have ever seen. Image after the rainbow shows the Naola Pass on our way to Rudranath temple.

  

Approaching Rudranath temple, a trek of 3 km from Panchaganga Bugiyal ... the Sun blesses us through clouds ... Next image on the left shows the trek approach to Rudranath temple while the right image shows first close view of the temple.

  

This is an idol of Narada Muni, just a hundred meter before Rudranath temple. Image on the right shows the Pandava temples adjacent to Rudranath temple.

 

Rudranath temple (3402 mtrs). Hathi Parvat, Nandadevi, NandaGhunti, Trishuli and many others can be seen from here ... not at this time of the year. There are many holy Kunds (Tanks) near Rudranath temple namely Suryakund, Chandrakund, Tarakund etc. The Baitarini, the divine river flows pass behind the temple.  We have a brief 'Nasta' at a Choti near Rudranath temple. Our next destination is Panar Bugiyal, a trek of 8 km from Rudranath. As we trek, we enjoy the Bugiyals and blooms.

Pitridhar Top, a trek of 2 km from Panchaganga Bugiyal. Upto this is slow ascent from Rudranath. Now our path is mostly descent with an occasional spicy ascent. 

  
 
  

Picture above shows strange rock formations resembling human faces.

 

Panar Bugiyal is in view. The red roofed hut is of the Forest Department, and the adjacent blue-roofed hut is of Prakash Singh Bhandari of Dumak village, where we will stay for the night. Panar Bugiyal is 6 km from Pitridhar top.

We have to abandon our plan to go to Toli Bugiyal owing to inclement weather,
and now trek to Sagar the next morning. 

 

Enroute Sagar we have reached Moli Kharak with its dreamy waterfall. One might as well call it the Garden of Eden with all its serenity and calmness. Wild flowers, as we descend.

 

We are half-way to Sagar now. The patch of light-green visible at the centre in the left picture is our destination - Sagar village. The patch on the left is Phool Bugiyal ... our next halt at a distance of 4 km from Moli Kharak. We have to pass through dense forest. A view of our right side as we descend is in the picture on the right. Trekking along with the river on way to Sagar village.

 

A view of the mountain and forest ... through which we have descended … tens of waterfalls are a heavenly sight ... Our trek is almost complete and our weariness is gone. Our guide Anand Singh Bist enjoying Bidi, while our porter Sarvinder Singh Bist grins. As a bonus we are greeted with locals with cheerful smiles.   

28-Sep-2009
More by :  Indrajit Bandyopadhyay
 
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Article Comment Dear Sir,

I am amazed with your travel writing and pictures. Kindly let me know if I can use your pictures in my website with credit in every photo.

Thanks
Deepak
Deepak
07/26/2014
Article Comment Dear Indrajeet
The glory of Rudranath trek wriiten in ur words is really fantastic. I never ever read any document about this trek in this manner. I am a frequent traveller of himalayas. i have visited 7 times Rudranath ji n this year also on 29 th June. Thanks for ur wright up its amazing. truly.
Arun kumar
arun kumar
05/24/2014
Article Comment @ Subhayan Chatterjee
- yes, definitely you can go alone ... and depending on your experience and physical capability, you can certainly do it without porter ...
however, there is a jungle out there ... chance of losing track ..
if you do it alone ... i suggest, always start early and reach early
regards
Indrajit

@ Tathagata Majumdar
- glad to know you liked it ... hope you do more treks ... all the best
regards
Indrajit
Indrajit
02/10/2014
Article Comment sir
my name is subhayan, i have a plan for rudranath this year between july and September. am not going with anybody i will be alone. sir i have to queries from you the first one, is it possible to trek to rudranath alone without potter. and the second one how much money should i carry with me for this journey. Rishikesh to Rishikesh
Subhayan Chatterjee
02/09/2014
Article Comment Sir,
i am a fan of your write up , i completed other four kedars but rudranath ,this year i will try , i was inspired by you for madmaheswar & i stayed there for 2 days,though i have heart problms ,anyway,.......thanks
Tathagata Majumdar
TATHAGATA MAJUMDAR
01/31/2014
Article Comment are buses to joshimath plying from hardwar on regular basis ?
amal ganguly
09/15/2013
Article Comment I just checked up with our guide Sh Sarvender sing Bisht ( mobile no. 7830158449) of Village Sagar and he has confirmed that route to Sagar via Chamoli -Gopeshwar is open. Also there is no problems with route to helang and
Urgam
raj kumar khosla
09/03/2013
Article Comment sir,
pl. recall my earlier query on 15.04.2013. kindly inform whether it will be possible for me to undertake the trek to rudranath after the puja vacation as the news reports are there that badrinath jatra will be re-opened on 30.09.2013. have you any news regarding the condition of gopeswar, helang and urgam valley after the rain havoc in uttarakhand? pl. inform. waiting eagerly for your reply.
with thanks,
amal ganguly
amal ganguly
08/04/2013
Article Comment Dear Indrajeet ,
Your write up made very interesting reading besides being informative . We are a group of six comprising me , my wife and 12 year old son and my friend , his wife and 14 year old daughter . We have done treks to Kedar , Gomukh , Tunganath and Mad maheswar already and want to visit Rudranath this year in early October . I want to ask you how far will it be safe to use the Anushuya Devi temple route on our return journey . Actually people have been warning us that a substantial part of the journey is through dense forest and the route is dangerous to undertake with family . Please advise if we could undertake the journey on that route . We are going to engage guide and porter .
Rudranath Nag
06/16/2013
Article Comment i reached the two kedar including pashupatinathji..one of baba kedarnath and other tungnath....tungnath is my best pilgrems place...i go to tungnath every years...from last 2-3 years i planed to reach rudranath...but unfortunately that plan did't successfully...but i decide this time to reach madmaheshwar or rudranath one of them. i reached anusuya devi temple and atri muni aashram..so now i go ahead from them..
manish bhatt
05/18/2013
Article Comment @ Goutam Saraswati
I suggest start from Mondal ... and don't miss Atri-guha .. do the hard part first ... from Rudranath it would then be a relaxed trek
pony would not be available from Mandal ... after Rudranath, you may get ...

@yogesh sharma
guide and porter is not compulsory ... however u will need guide if u want to do some off-track adventure
yes, u can stay at several points during the trek ...

pl read all the comments and my responses below - you will find your answers
Regards
Indrajit
Indrajit
05/12/2013
Article Comment Hi Indrajit Bandyopadhyay,

I am a photographer n i am planning to go RUDRANATH. i want to knw some fact abt the tracking. first of all how many days u took to complete this track. and are GUIDE and POTTER are compulsory for the tracking.
can we stay in the middle of the track ? we are planning togo there by bike so plase clear our doubts.

thanks & regards
YOGESH SHARMA
yogesh sharma
05/12/2013
Article Comment I and one/two friend(s) plan to go on a Kalpeswar-Rudranath trek this September (last week) & return before Mahalaya. Should we start from Helang & finish at Mandal, or should it be the other way?

On person was asking if pony is available if needed as is available in case of Kedarnath & Hemkund-VoF.
Goutam Saraswati
05/10/2013
Article Comment @ SISIR GUPTA
let me apologize for this delay in response. Somehow I missed your post. Congratulations for your trek to Rudranath. I pray to God that you may undertake more treks in the coming years.

@Anirban chatterjee
yes, it is possible. Pl take a good guide (and porters) from Mandal. Pl read the previous postings here. I have already answered similar queries before.

@amal ganguly
I suggest you keep 7-8 days (may be 1-2 days more depending on your capacity) to cover the entire route - and complete your trek before Kalipuja. Guide/porter is available. Current charge for guide is Rs.600-800/ (negotiable) and for porter Rs. 400-600/ (negotiable). Better to carry sleeping bag for hygiene. Kambal etc. are available, but may not be to your liking.

Regards
Indrajit

Indrajit
04/21/2013
Article Comment sir,

i intend to visit rudranath in the following route: urgam-dumak-panar-rudranath-anasuya-mandal during the puja vacation this year. can you pl. suggest :1. how many days will it take ; when does rudranath descend to gopeswar ; if and where guide-cum- porter will be available and thier charge ; whwther sleeping bag will be needed.
amal ganguly
04/15/2013
Article Comment

Dear indrajit
this year for the month of may we want to visit Rudranath and kalpeshwar from mondal but we will come back through kalpeswar is it possible for us, our team consist three nos woman and two nos children pl guide us

Thanks

Anirban chatterjee

From champahati 24 pgs ps baruipur
ph 9830195771
Anirban chatterjee
11/25/2012
Article Comment Dear Sir,
We are 10 members , want to visit Rudranath Kalpeshwar 1st week of April ,is it possible to go there ?
regards
Amit Ghosh
AMIT GHOSH
11/23/2012
Article Comment sir,

Is drinking water and food is available after Kalpeswar, Sagar to Anusuya via Rudranath route. is chhati / cottage / ashram available at the 3 night halts places. Sir, can we plan the Rudranath trek in May. Sleeping bag and mattresss is must in this route?

Thanks....
subhas
11/04/2012
Article Comment Dear Indrajit
At last I have visited Rudranathji on 11th October,2012. We took a portar from Hariali lodge (Sri Satyapal Singh) and strated at 8 am from Sagar and took rest at PANAR and reached Rudranath Temple on next day in the evening. It is staffest route and many thanks for your valued sugestions

With thanks
SISIR GUPTA
SISIR GUPTA
10/19/2012
Article Comment hi..Indrajit we read your blog.it is nice, as we plan to go there on October.we get many information from your article.bye bye.
kumarjit and lina
07/26/2012
Article Comment Hello Indrajit,
Thanks for the description of trekking route to Rudranath with some mindblowing Pictures. I want to visit Rudranath and Kalpeswar in a single trek.

Please advise me what should be the trekking route and the best time when the peaks can be seen from Rudranath.

Thanks & Regards
Biswajit Pal
Biswajit Pal
07/20/2012
Article Comment @ Bugshead
- read your blog … liked it …thanx …

@ Arup Chakraborty
- of course you can complete the trek …
- since you have 10 days, relax and trek
- here’s a trek plan –
You may go via Sagar, and complete in 4 days - relaxed trek
1) Sagar to Liuti Bugiyal (1 km ahead of Panar) - 1st halt (stay at Bist-Dhaba of Kishan Singh Bist)
or,
proceed straight to Panar Bugiyal and stay at Sanjay Bist's Dhaba.
2) Panar to Rudranath - 8 km - 2nd halt
3) Rudranath to Anusuya - 3rd halt (you may also like to stay at Hamsha Bugiyal)
- DON'T FORGET TO VISIT ATRI-GUHA BEFORE ANUSUYA
4) Anusuya/Hamsha Bugiyal to Mandal - complete

Alternatively, you may go via Mandal-Anusuya - then after seeing Anusuya temple, and visiting ATRI-GUHA, go straight to Kandi Bugiyal and stay at the shepherd hut of Vikram Singh Bist. This route is a bit tough, but if you do the trek in 4 days, no problem with family.
If you want to do in 5 days - then -
1) Mandal to Anusuya - Prakash Tewari's lodge
2) Anusuya to Hamsha Bugiyal (pl ensure from locals whether the BABA is there)
3) Hamsha Bugiyal to Rudranath (directly coming from Anusuya or Kandi, this part seems the toughest because of constant elevation)
4) Rudranath to Panar or Liuti Bugiyal (better to stay at Panar to enjoy beauty)
5) Panar to Sagar (if constant descent seems strenuous, then have a break at Moli Kharak - many Chotis to stay there) - next morning only 4 km to Sagar-


@ aditya nundy
“I am planning to go from Kalpeshwar to Rudranath this year in the month of october. my itinerary is given below :
mandal - anusuya devi - rudranath - dumak - debagram - kalpeswar - helang..”
- I suggest, go to Toli bugiyal from Panar – don’t miss them

@ Sankar Das
- please see the trek plan at the top

Regards
Indrajit
Indrajit
07/16/2012
Article Comment Hi Indrajit,

Very nice account of your Rudranath yatra. But we did it from Sagar side and missed the Ansuya temple side. We also did it during the same time but in 2008 August. I remember we have had darshan on the day of Rakhi. We heartly ate Mauni Baba's bhandara. It was raining all the time. We completed it in 3 days.

It was nice to stay here at your blog and now I am planning to go again to Rudranath this July end. We will try the Mandal-Ansuya route.

Here is my account of the trip, if you want to read: http://bugshead.blogspot.in/2008/08/road-to-rudranath-part-1-gopeshwar.html
Bugshead
07/11/2012
Article Comment Wonderful expression and description. Build confidence.
myself ( 47) and my wife are planning to trek Rudranath, Tunganath & Kalpeswar 2nd week of October '12. I have only 10 days ( Hrisikesh - Hrisikesh ).Our Body fitness is medium, regularly doing exercise. It is possible to complete the same.
One request, pl. make a trek planning.

Thanks and regards
Arup
Arup Chakraborty
07/10/2012
Article Comment this is the most beautiful trek of Panch-Kedar. I am planning to go from Kalpeshwar to Rudranath this year in the month of october. my itinerary is given below :
mandal - anusuya devi - rudranath - dumak - debagram - kalpeswar - helang..

is it the right itinerary for the month of october? and can you tell me about the guide details and where do I stay at dumak?
aditya nundy
06/22/2012
Article Comment I have go through your description of trekking of Rudranath.You are appreciated for this writing. Please let me know the following question if possible:
(1) Can we go to RUDRANATH from Sagar ? We have consisting of Six members of them two of 67 years old, One of 62 years alongwith two female candidates.
(2) Sagar to Rudranath at about 20 Kms. We would like to trek it in Two days. Can we get any shelter between SAGAR TO RUDRANATH?
(3) Can you give me any contact number of any porter or guide in Sagar Village?
(4) We journey date will 22nd Sept, 2012 from Howrah and Trek start at about 25th of Sept, 2012.

Hope your reply.

With regards.
Sankar Das - 03/06/2012
SANKAR DAS
06/03/2012
Article Comment Dear Mr. Amit Ray,
regarding your queries -
"1. my wife has some knee problem she can not climb very steep. can we hire ponny.is it availble there."
- pony is available from sagar - i suggest, relax and trek, then, knee-problem is no problem
"2. we are 12 including 4 females aged between 23-50 to visit. can we get accommodation at panar and rudranath for us?"
- accommodation at panar for 12 is usually not a problem, however, that depends on the number of trekkers present there on that particular day. pl tell your guide to contact the 'choti-wala' there beforehand. they have mobile nowadays, so, no problem...
"3. what will be the best rout for us sagar to panar to rudra or other route."
- for your team, sagar may be the best route. rudranath via mandal is tough for aged people, though not so for young minds
"4. we require ur contact no so that further queries can be made."
- 9433901367
Indrajit
05/31/2012
Article Comment Dear Sir
At the outset i must appreciate ur vivid description of Rudranath trek. Frankly speaking ur earlier post on Madameshwar trek also helped us lot during our trip to there last yr. this yr we are planning to visit Rudranath. as usual we seek ur considered opinion. we have some queries regarding above trip which are as follows
1. my wife has some knee problem she can not climb very steep. can we hire ponny.is it availble there.
2. we are 12 including 4 females aged between 23-50 to visit. can we get accommodation at panar and rudranath for us?
3. what will be the best rout for us sagar to panar to rudra or other route.
4. we require ur contact no so that further queries can be made.
Regards
Amit Ray
AMIT RAY
05/31/2012
Article Comment Its really nice to know the the description about trekk to Rudranath.

Could you please provide your contact no.Need your advice.

I am planning to to go to Rudranath on 1st June.
Anand Mishra
05/27/2012
Article Comment Dear Mr Indrajit

Many many thanks for your valuable advice. I shall try my best to visit Rudranathji if possible. I must convey my program before journey for further advice
with thanks
SISIR GUPTA
SISIR GUPTAs
12/26/2011
Article Comment Dear Mr. SISIR GUPTA,
I pray to God for your long life. You shall certainly visit Rudranath next year.
I have the following suggestions.
You may go via Sagar, and complete in 4 days - relaxed trek
1) Sagar to Liuti Bugiyal (1 km ahead of Panar) - 1st halt (stay at Bist-Dhaba of Kishan Singh Bist)
or,
proceed straight to Panar Bugiyal and stay at Sanjay Bist's Dhaba.
2) Panar to Rudranath - 8 km - 2nd halt
3) Rudranath to Anusuya - 3rd halt (you may also like to stay at Hamsha Bugiyal)
- DON'T FORGET TO VISIT ATRI-GUHA BEFORE ANUSUYA
4) Anusuya/Hamsha Bugiyal to Mandal - complete

Alternatively, you may go via Mandal-Anusuya - then after seeing Anusuya temple, and visiting ATRI-GUHA, go straight to Kandi Bugiyal and stay at the shepherd hut of Vikram Singh Bist. This route is a bit tough, but if you do the trek in 4 days, no problem with family.
If you want to do in 5 days - then -
1) Mandal to Anusuya - Prakash Tewari's lodge
2) Anusuya to Hamsha Bugiyal (pl ensure from locals whether the BABA is there)
3) Hamsha Bugiyal to Rudranath (directly coming from Anusuya or Kandi, this part seems the toughest because of constant elevation)
4) Rudranath to Panar or Liuti Bugiyal (better to stay at Panar to enjoy beauty)
5) Panar to Sagar (if constant descent seems strenuous, then have a break at Moli Kharak - many Chotis to stay there) - next morning only 4 km to Sagar

Rudranath is tough only if you are in hurry and attempt in 3 days. Otherwise no problem.
Please try to visit in May - I think that would be the best time for you.
Pl feel free to contact if you need any other help.
Regards
Indrajit
Indrajit
12/14/2011
Article Comment Deer Indrajit
I am 68 year old and cancer patient. I tried to visit RUDRANATH last year but I could not visit that date when reached Gopeswar we heard that Rudranathji has already come to Gopeswar. I have completed all four Kedar and I would request you advice me the suitable wqay to visit Rudranathji at April 2012 if up to that I alive
With best wishes

SISIR GUPTA
SISIR GUPTA
12/14/2011
Article Comment Dear Mr. Bandyopadhay,
Thanks for your quick response. I will be in touch and will be waiting for your reply.
Thanks again,
With Regards/
Paramartha.
Paramartha Roy
11/14/2011
Article Comment Dear Mr. Paramartha Roy,
I am glad you are going to Rudranath.
I have returned just now from a coastal trek from Chandipur to Digha. I will get back in touch soon.
Regards
Indrajit
Indrajit
11/13/2011
Article Comment Dear Sir,
It is always nice to me to watch your kedar treks and more. I was being to three kedars Kedarnath, Tunganath madhyamaheswar. Getting the enthusiasm from my friend Moloy Rochowdhury(belgharia) and obviously by getting guide line from your blogs i had done Madmahesar at May 2011. It was the best tour i ever had in my life. For my professional need I have travelled more or less the entire India and Nepal. I was being to Tunganath, Kedarnath as well, but Madmahswar was really mind blowing. Now I am planning to complete my objective by Kalpeswar and undoubtedly the hardest trek to Rudranath. All the other treks I had gone with my 10 yrs old son and my wife. If you get this communication , please suggest me the the best route for Rudranath. My mail id is roy.paramartha@rediffmail.com. I live at DumDum Cantonment and my mobile number is 9051611852.

Hope you will communicate as per your convenience.
Thanks and Regards/
Paramartha Roy.
Paramartha Roy
11/12/2011
Article Comment very nice description. helpful for making a trip to rudranath
viswam
09/14/2011
Article Comment This is the most beautiful description of trekking route to Rudranath. I really enjoy the photographs also. It will really help me as I am going to Rudraqnath and Madmaheswar in coming October.
Santanil Ganguly
07/28/2011
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