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Atlanta, GA Pakistani Wedding by MNK PRO

Happy Monday, ladies! We hope you had a great weekend. Our filmy time of the day is here, and along with it, a lot of inspiration accompanied it. On this installment, we are taking you to Atlanta, GA to enjoy all beauty surrounding Sanah & Ali's wedding festivities. To begin this journey, let me take you inside the hall of the Al Noor Banquet and Catering to relive this lovely couple's pre-wedding ceremonies, where an extraordinary moment was created by two soulmates that, on this day, became one. The wedding ceremony took place at the exclusive Atlanta Airport Marriott, in a beautiful and well-planned celebration by Red and Gold Events. All guests witnessed the eternal promise of love from our lovebirds. Our gorgeous Maharani left everyone speechless as she appeared with a phenomenal hairstyle from Color Impressions By Saba and a tremendous makeup art from Glamour Makeup by Ruth Lam. We should highlight the Mehndi art created by Forever Beauty by Manisha. Just splendid! The wedding ceremony concluded, and the phenomenal wedding reception started. Our friends from DJ Jaz- GTB Productions turned this gala into a party creating many memories that will last forever. Relive this magical event by checking today's gallery, and if this is not enough, you can be delighted by this visual masterpiece—both created by MNK Pro. Enjoy, darlings!

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I found most of my vendors through Facebook and Instagram. Social media is great because you can preview a vendor's work before making a decision. The first thing I did when we set our date was reach out to hair and make up artists and started looking at venues. I was lucky to get the hair and make up artists that I wanted. Finding venues for all three days of our wedding was a bit stressful as venues book up really fast. Thankfully we were able to get venues that we liked and were within our budget. I did feel overwhelmed and looked into getting a wedding planner. I found Nida Khan from Red and Gold Events on Instagram and after our phone consultation I just knew I needed her! She made me feel less stressed and gave me great advice and recommendations for vendors. After talking to Nida I started booking all the other vendors such as catering, photographer, decor, mehndi artist, etc.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My family and I went to England to shop for my wedding. I knew from the beginning that I wanted my bridal dress to be red and gold. We had 3 days of shopping planned in three different areas. As we started shopping, I got overwhelmed because there were so many different options. But the very first dress I tried on was the one! Originally I wanted a red dress with gold embroidery but this dress was all gold with a red dupatta and just so beautiful.  When I put the dress on and looked in the mirror I was just like "Wow, I feel like a bride!" My family loved the dress too! We still shopped around for another 2 days but nothing compared to the first dress and in the end the first dress I tried on was the one I bought.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I enjoyed the whole planning process. From looking for vendors, to meeting with them to discuss details, to shopping for my dresses and jewelry. But I think the most enjoyable part was going for the hair and make up trials!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
The earlier you start planning the better. Venues and vendors get booked up really fast so if there's certain vendors you know you want you have to make sure you contact them as soon as you can.
 
Getting a wedding planner/day or coordinator is definitely worth it. Nida and her team from Red & Gold Events really helped take the stress away from me and my family during the wedding events. My parents and sisters were able to enjoy the wedding and mingle with the guests while Nida and her team made sure everything was going as planned.
 
Be organized. Getting a wedding planning binder or make you own. I made my own wedding binder and this helped me organize the details of all my events. It made it easy to see what has been done and what still needs to be done.

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DJ: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Mehndi Artists: Forever Beauty by Manisha | Venues: Atlanta Airport Marriott | Planning & Design: Red and Gold Events | Photography: MNK Pro | Cinematography: MNK Pro | Sangeet Venue: Al Noor Banquet and Catering | Bride's Makeup: Glamour Makeup by Ruth Lam | Bride's Hair: Color Impressions By Saba | Catering: Asma's Cuisine | Baraat (Dholi): Sagar Thakker | Bridal Fashions: RDC London | Bridal Fashions: Nargis Collections (Shaddi) | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Cake & Treats: Inspirations Unlimited | Event Designer: BEST Events SA


Long Island, NY Sikh Wedding by With This Ring Wedding Films

Welcome to this new week, Maharanis! We are here with a new film that will blow your mind. Today we are double featuring Avneet & Raymon's magical wedding! That means that you can firs enjoy the fantastic masterpiece that is waiting for you down below, and then you can also enjoy the fabulous shots captured by A.S. Nagpal Photography by just clicking hereBut let's start with the visual masterpiece created by  With This Ring Wedding Films, who caught every emotion and memory and transformed them into a beautiful film. Right from the top, we want to take a moment to appreciate the beauty of our gorgeous Maharani, Avneet. She trusted her beauty needs to Kanwal Batool, who delivered nothing but perfection in the flawless makeup and hairstyle designed for this Maharani! To add an extra touch of traditional style,  Mehndikalogie created a fabulous Mehndi designed that we loved so much. During this visual journey, you will find yourself surrounded by all the beauty of the Sikh ceremony officiated at the grand Plainview Gurudwara, which then led to a grand reception party hosted at the fantastic Villa Lombardi's. Every corner was filled with magical decor created by our friends from Exclusive Events NY. And oh boy, we so wish we would have been there, as it all looks so amazing! If you want to relive this grand celebration, go ahead and hit play down below. 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Raymon and I met at Sikh Camp when we were 14 years old. There were a group of boys playing a pick-up game of basketball, and I really wanted to play as well. Raymon was the team captain, and a mutual friend told him to pick "Avi" without him knowing that it was me. We played a couple games of basketball and I was instantly attracted to his skill. After that encounter, we chatted nearly everyday on Aol Instant Messenger and have been inseparable ever since. I knew he was "the one" pretty early on, but from high school through medical school Raymon has always pushed me to work harder and be the best version of myself, in a way that no one else was capable of doing. That's how I knew that we had a unique connection.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Raymon knows me better than I know myself, and planned our proposal intricately. It was the weekend of our Residency Match Day, so there were a lot of emotions already as we both matched into programs that we really wanted to train at. He wanted to celebrate with a weekend getaway to Montreal, and told me to pack and dress well. He picked me up from my parents house and I was under the assumption we'd be traveling to Montreal. Instead, he took me around my hometown with a beautiful lunch and a stroll through the park. In the park, he gave me a personalized picture book that took us through the journey of our relationship from high school onwards. The last page said, "and our next chapter awaits...", at that point he played my favorite song from Kaho Na Pyaar Hai and took me onto a beautiful bridge over a pond that was decorated with a banner that said "Will You Marry Me?" We then had a mini photoshoot and went home to tell my parents. When we got home, our friends and family of nearly 100 people were waiting for us on the driveway to celebrate, and we had an amazing engagement party that night!
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
We had so much fun planning our wedding! I think the most challenging part was picking a venue that had our time frame available and fit all of our criteria. We explored many different venues from NYC to NJ, and ultimately fell in love with Villa Lombardi's in Long Island, NY. Once we had our reception venue set, everything else fell into place. I used Maharani Weddings for vender suggestions and was really happy with our results. Through different suggestions we were able to put together a vender group that worked together to bring our dream wedding to reality.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I've always had an idea of how I wanted my bridal outfit to be. I love the color fuchsia and was pretty set on it prior to even beginning shopping. We went to India for a couple weeks which was a unique experience in itself, but after several days of exploring different options, I decided I wanted to completely customize my outfit to my liking. I ended up choosing a magenta color with floral work on the lower half, and simple beaded work on the upper half. I wore an Anarkali for the Anand Karaj.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was trying to envision what our guests would love the most. We wanted to throw in little surprises here and there to optimize our guests experience. For example, we had a unique traditional Punjabi video shoot in Punjab that was so much fun shooting. We kept it a secret for months without sharing any photos with friends or family. We showed the video during our reception and everyone was shocked but loved it. It was very much so out of our comfort zone but we knew it would be loved and appreciated.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests gave us great feedback on our wedding weekend. We are very punctual people and wanted to make sure our wedding events were well organized and had a good flow to them. Besides that, two particular moments come to mind that our guests really loved.
We had a day between our Sangat and Anand Karaj to relax and for smaller events. We decided to use that time to bring our friends and family together in a unique way by hosting a Bride Vs Groom Wedding Olympics. Our cousins actually hosted this event for us, and hired an event company to come in with different kinds of relays and games in a field day type event. Everyone got customized T-shirts depending on which side of the family they were. Then, multiple teams were made to mix up the friends and family as a great way to mingle and get to know one another. Everyone had a lot of fun participating in friendly competition. It was a unique experience for everyone and we ended the event with a Mr. Softee Ice Cream truck to relive our childhood days.
Another moment that guests loved was during the reception, my parents surprised us by flying out a Dhol group from the UK, Beats by Lion. They did an incredible job getting the party started and bringing everyone onto the dance floor for the entire night.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I always think about our dances - we choreographed one for the Sangeet and Reception together. Raymon and I were captain's of our bhangra team in College, so dance is really meaningful to us. We had a lot of fun choreographing our traditional Bhangra dance for the Sangeet, and a western fusion dance for our reception. I love to reply and watch the videos of our dance because it is evident how happy we are in those moments to be together on the dance floor.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
For our decor themes, we wanted a very traditional sangeet. We actually let our parents have a lot of fun with the decor and bring out their creativity. I think my favorite part of the decor was having the kites hanging from the ceiling over the dance floor. It gave such a unique vibe and really brought the whole hall together. Our Anand Karaj we kept on the simpler side because we wanted the beauty of the Gurudwara to shine on its own. We used florals that matched well with our theme of Peach & Teal. For our reception, we wanted to go elegant and classy. We went with a floral theme with lots of pastels and candles spread throughout the hall. But, ultimately the venue itself was so beautiful. Our wedding was in September, which in NY is my favorite month because the flowers are in full bloom. The outdoor area for our cocktail hour was full of beautiful flowers and greenery.
Our Sangeet was full of dances, singing, and speeches from our loved ones. My favorite movie growing up was Kaho Na Pyaar Hai and my favorite actor was Hrithik Roshan. Our friends and family loved to make references to that throughout their dances and speeches, especially because Raymon proposed to me playing that theme song in the background.
  
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
My advice for future brides would be to stay calm and start planning early! It is great to have enough time to really explore the different options available and decide what you love the most. Having a basic idea of how you envision your wedding to be is fundamental to having a smooth planning process. Organization is key – lots and lots of excel sheets that keep all the details straight! And most importantly, it’s ok to ask your loved ones for help and delegate tasks. Ultimately, you’ll have the final decision but to have some extra hands doing the basic research is really beneficial!
 
If you loved this film, I bet that you will adore tomorrow's. So come back for more!
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Hair & Makeup: Kanwal Batool | Photography: A.S. Nagpal Photography | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Floral & Decor: Exclusive Events NY | Cinematography: With This Ring Wedding Films | Sangeet Venue: Hilton Melville | Ceremony Venue: Plainview Gurudwara | Reception Venue: Villa Lombardi's | Planning & Design: Pearls Event & Co. | Catering: Benares Restaurant & Catering | DJ: DJ Raj Minocha | Baraat: Platinum Events Live Brass Band | Bridal Fashions: Bhumika Grover | Registry: Amazon | Registry: Williams Sonoma | Tuxedos: Suit Supply


Detroit, MI South Indian Wedding by Killer Creations

Good morning, Maharanis! The time of a new film is here, and today we have a small surprise for you: We are double featuring Bhanu & Nithin's South Indian wedding, and I'm sure you will adore every single detail surrounding it! We have their lovely photo gallery, which you can instantly relive it here, and we also have a cinematographic delight, which is our topic for today! So, let's not wait any longer and get ready to enjoy this cornucopia of beauty, tradition, elegance, and style through the fantastic film by Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography. You will love it! The magical wedding celebration took place in Detroit at the grand The Fillmore Theater Detroit, an ideal venue for such a unique union! Utsav Planners, Inc took our lovely duo's vision and made it a dream come true, planning everything down to the smallest detail and executing it to perfection! No wonder why everyone enjoyed every single aspect of this wedding! The fantastic food served by Krishna Catering, the luxury and detailed decoration crafted by Bellasario, and the phenomenal music from DJ Chachai, all combined, made this a night to remember! If you want to relive this epic event, hit play below. We had a blast with this film, and we're sure that you'll enjoy it to the fullest! So, go check it out!

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
Venue: Fillmore, Detroit, MI
Decor Theme: Royal Palace, traditional South Indian

We wanted a venue where we could implement all South Indian traditions as well accompany a large number of guests.The most important part about Fillmore is that it allowed us to decorate the the venue  without restrictions and allowed us to have our own catering. The venue itself is quite traditional and encompassed gold architecture.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
It is South Indian tradition to wear gold with red/Burgundy kanchipuriam saree for wedding ceremony. The color is to symbolize purity, prosperity, and fertility.  The saree was purchased at Kanchipuriam, Tamil nadu. For the reception, the theme color was rose pink. Bridal lengha was by Tarun Tahiliani from Bangalore, Karnataka.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The decor was the most enjoyable part. I spent countless hours into research upon designs I had envisioned. I wanted something unique and exquisite. There was a lot of detail that went into each centerpiece, mantaps, design of the cake, etc.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Priest: RajGopala Chari from Sri Venkateswara Temple Novi MI
DJ: DJ Chachi
Cake by Elegance in Sugar
Jazz Vocalist: Gary Sacco
Saree Draping: Anuradha Hadagali, Canton, MI
Hair and Makeup: Cecilia Kashat (Bridal), Arpine, Dalia Katy
Nadaswaram: Kannan Mahedran, Canada
Photography/Videography: Mike with Killer Creations
Florist: Bellisario Florists, East point
Wedding Planner: Utsav Planners

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Planning & Design: Utsav Planners,Inc. | Venues: The Fillmore Theater Detroit | Photography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Cinematography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Rentals: Utsav Planners,Inc. | Cakes & Treats: The Fillmore Theater Detroit | Floral & Decor (Florist Reception): Bellasario | Catering: Krishna Catering | DJ: DJ Chachai | Cake & Treats: Elegance in Sugar


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Blu Couture Wedding Films

Welcome back and happy Monday, Maharanis! We are pleased to be with you again! We are starting March, and with this new month and season, we have tons of new ideas to fill your inspiration. We are privileged today to bring you the marvelous wedding film of Shibani & Ashish. This visual gem from Blu Couture Wedding Films, caught on reel every single detail and special moment of the festivity. But, this is not the only visual feature we are presenting today. You can also be delighted by this wedding photo gallery prepared by Fenglong Photography by clicking here. What a deal! Right on top, let's go to the grand Hilton Atlanta Northeast, where this celebration took place. We are almost out of words to describe the perfection of this venue and the lovely union that took place inside its walls! Everything was set up and executed with such detail.  Pure Lotus Events took our lovebird's vision and transformed it into a big Indian affair, not to mention the marvelous decoration crafted by Weddings InStyle and DJ Jaz- GTB Productions's music. What a combo! Natural beauty and glamour were the signature of Maharani Shibani during the whole gala. We can say that she made the right choice by trusting her beauty and fashion needs to Color Impressions by Saba. Such talent! If you want to relive this memorable day, go ahead and click play below.

 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Ashish first expressed his feelings to me at a secluded garden on Georgia Tech's campus (where we went to college) in 2011, and he knew that same spot would be the best, most sentimental location to pop the big question. He asked my parents for their blessing, and they were overjoyed! To plan the proposal, Ashish worked closely with my brother, Rohan. As a current student at Georgia Tech, Rohan convinced me that he had an event on campus on December 16, 2017 (the day of the proposal) that he wanted the whole family to be present for. On the day of the proposal, Ashish pretended to be at work, texting me throughout the day about what a busy day he was having there. In reality, he was working with Rohan, his sister and brother-in-law to intricately decorate and set up the proposal spot with rose petals, candles, lanterns, and of course, champagne. As I arrived on campus expecting Rohan's supposed "event", I was shocked to see Ashish waiting for me instead. I immediately started crying tears of joy, and Ashish took my hand and walked me to the garden. He had hired a photographer and a violinist who played some of our favorite romantic songs. He asked me to dance as we reminisced about our past 6 and a half years together. Then, Ashish got down on one knee and proposed. It was the easiest question I ever had to answer! We joined our families for a special dinner afterwards.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Choosing a bridal lengha is a big deal - it's part of all of your pictures, videos and memories! I was fortunate to have so much help from my mom with all of our wedding planning, including my outfits. She has an amazing eye and my taste emulates hers. I had been talking to a few designers, but nothing stood out to me as "the one". I knew I wanted red with green accents, and I wanted a design that felt modern but had traditional elements. During our search, Mom came across Chamee & Palak, a boutique in Mumbai, and I worked with them through WhatsApp and over the phone to design my dream wedding lengha (as well as three other outfits for my other events), customized to my preferences and size. They were amazing to work with, and my outfits were beyond my imagination. I loved that my wedding lengha was red, had green detail, and also featured a pink ruffle at the bottom that felt like a unique, slightly playful touch. I still look back at our wedding pictures feeling so grateful to have worn the outfit of my dreams!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I'm not going to lie - food and cake tasting were both mine and my husband's most enjoyable parts of the planning process! It was so fun bringing our families along and getting to try rich, delicious food and cake. I went on a semi-diet before the wedding, so I welcomed the excuse to indulge. Also, many components of wedding planning can be stressful, but these were not in the slightest!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
As a surprise for us during our reception, my mom planned for family members from both of our sides to perform a medley of short dances. We loved the dances they did for us, and the time they all took to choreograph and practice beforehand meant so much. However, my favorite part was when the medley ended, all of our family members formed a U-shape around the dance floor and held hands, signifying our families coming together as one. They brought Ashish and me to join in, and although marriage itself symbolizes the merger of the bride and groom's families, the gesture was so sweet. I replay this moment in my mind often.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Wedding planning is likely going to be stressful for you. If you're anything like me, you've been dreaming about your big day for as long as you can remember, and you want it to be as close to perfect as possible. A few things that helped me were:
 
1. Hiring a day-of coordinator, if your budget permits. We had an incredible experience with Dhara from Pure Lotus Events. She managed our wedding and reception beautifully; we didn't feel any stress on the day of our main events. She communicated with us throughout our planning process and reminded my family and I of things we would not have otherwise thought about, she managed our schedule, and most importantly, she managed our vendors on the day of our wedding. We were not planning to hire a day-of coordinator, but I am so glad we worked with Dhara. I only have delightful memories from our wedding day.
 
2. Involve your fiancé in the planning. My husband was involved each step of the way, from choosing our venue, to invitations, to food (this one did not take any arm-twisting), our reception flow - everything. Involving your fiancé can be challenging when you have different ideas, but ultimately, it's one of the biggest days in both of your lives. What you learn from planning a wedding together is important as you plan other important things together later in life!
 
3. Be open about how you feel during the wedding planning process. Speak up about what is important to you and your significant other. Know that you probably won't get everything the way you've always imagined it in your head since South Asian weddings typically tend to involve both the bride and groom's families in the planning, and distinguish the must-haves vs. the nice-to-haves. If you can be flexible on some of the nice-to-haves, you'll likely find that you are able to manage your planning-related stress more effectively.
 
You've been dreaming about this day for a while, so do what you need to in order to feel the bliss and love you deserve to feel on your big day. Maybe you can get a massage with one of your besties a few days beforehand, take time to relax and enjoy your spa/beauty treatments, and just find little moments on the days leading up to your wedding that you can enjoy with your fiancé, even if it's going to get your marriage license. You will probably be surrounded by friends and family on the wedding day itself, so I highly recommend cherishing the opportunities you have to take it all in with just the two of you.
 
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Floral & Decor: Weddings InStyle | DJ: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Baraat: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Lighting: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Planning & Design: Pure Lotus Events | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hilton Atlanta Northeast | Hair & Makeup: Color Impressions by Saba | Catering: CB Catering | Bridal Fashions: Chamee & Palak | Bridal Jewelry: Kiian | Cake & Treats: Celso Rodriguez | Cinematography: Blu Couture Wedding Films | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Color Impressions by Saba | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Marigold Invites | Invitations & Wedding Stationery (Stationary): Creatively Patel | Mehndi Artist: Yesha Desai | Photo Booth: Stop the Time | Registry: Zola | Photographer: Fenglong Photography


Dana Point, CA South Asian Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! Get ready to melt at every single detail from this fantastic, gorgeous affair! We are still speechless about this enchanting day at Monarch Beach Resort! For this particular day, Shiyana & Dilshan envisioned romantic-theme and luxurious details, and Shawna Yamamoto Event Design truly brought that vision to life with their fabulous designs and lush florals. The ceremony started with an awe-inspirational service that inspired every guest. To incorporate their heritage, traditional Sri Lankan dancers led the joyful Poruwa Ceremony. However, who stole every single breath, it was our beautiful Shiyana who entered wearing a gorgeous, stunning saree by Ramona Oshini. Once the ceremony ended, the room was embellished floor-to-ceiling with gorgeous white fabrics, and an extra-large seamless white dance floor filled the center of the room. This elegant dance space not only made a dramatic visual impact but also made all of the decors stand out. It was wonderful! Not to mention the fantastic performance from Sri Lanka Foundation Performing Arts Center, who entertain us in such a magical way. We are lucky to have all of these moments captured in film by Lin & Jirsa Photography So, go ahead and click on play. A never-to-forget visual treat is waiting for you!

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Cinematographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Photographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Reception Venue: Monarch Beach Resort | Ceremony Venue: Monarch Beach Resort | Planning & Design: Agape Planning | Stationary: Agape Planning | Floral & Decor: Shawna Yamamoto | Hair & Makeup: Andrea Vlaovich | Catering: Rajeendra Wanniarachchige Catering | DJ: Shrilankan | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Sri Lanka Foundation Performing Arts Center | Bridal Fashions: Ramona Oshini | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Minted | Lighting: Impulse Event Lighting | Live Music: American Events Network | Rentals: Palace Party Rentals | Rentals: Signature | Rentals: Above the Top | Rentals: Linen Rental | Legal Officiant - Great Officiants - Alan Katz: Sri Lankan Officiant - Kumar Herath | Ice Bar: Ice Bulb


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