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A man works on a salt pan in Kharaghodha village

A man works on a salt pan in Kharaghodha village, about 120 km (75 miles) west of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, January 23, 2008. The labourers say they have no access to safe drinking water, health services, education and residential facilities, while the women and children have to travel more than 10 km (6 miles) to fetch firewood and to get primary education respectively. Picture taken January 23, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA) - GM1DXCNSCOAA

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Caretaker, Bhim Bahdur (L) spreads a carpet in the Prayer Hall at Kochrab Ashram, Mahatma Gandhi's most famous ashram and site of the "Live Gandhi for a While" programme in Ahmedabad. Tourists searching for peace and simplicity can for the first time check in to Mahatma Gandhi's most famous ashram in India, buut don't expect modern comforts, and chastity is required. For 1, 000 rupees (16 dollars) a night, tourists can sample the lifestyle of India's famously ascetic independence leader by staying at the first ashram he established, set up in 1915 in the western state of Gujarat. AFP PHOTO/SAM PANTHAKY

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Burqa-clad women arrive to see off their relatives who are leaving Ahmedabad for Mecca in Saudi Arabia to attend the annual religious Haj pilgrimage October 26, 2010. The first batch of 450 Haj pilgrims on Tuesday set off for the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, the holiest site for Muslims. A total of 7500 pilgrims from Gujarat state are expected to perform this year's pilgrimage, authorities said. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION)