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King Gyanendra's Shah dynasty has a 238-year history, and Nepal's kings have for centuries been revered as incarnations of the Hindu Lord Vishnu, the God of protection.(AFP/File/Devendra M. Singh)
King Gyanendra's Shah dynasty has a 238-year history, and Nepal's kings have for centuries been revered as incarnations of the Hindu Lord Vishnu, the God of protection.(AFP/File/Devendra M. Singh)
 
Therapists prepare a traditional Ayurvedic massage room for a customer at the Taj Wellington Mews in Mumbai March 12, 2007. Ayurveda, an ancient Hindu healing method, has seen a resurgence as India vies for a share of the lucrative Asian medical tourism market by offering traditional massages and beauty treatments to wealthy tourists. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
Therapists prepare a traditional Ayurvedic massage room for a customer at the Taj Wellington Mews in Mumbai March 12, 2007. Ayurveda, an ancient Hindu healing method, has seen a resurgence as India vies for a share of the lucrative Asian medical tourism market by offering traditional massages and beauty treatments to wealthy tourists. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
 
A therapist waits for customers in front of a wooden massage table in a traditional Ayurvedic massage room at the Taj Wellington Mews in Mumbai March 12, 2007. Ayurveda, an ancient Hindu healing method, has seen a resurgence as India vies for a share of the lucrative Asian medical tourism market by offering traditional massages and beauty treatments to wealthy tourists. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
A therapist waits for customers in front of a wooden massage table in a traditional Ayurvedic massage room at the Taj Wellington Mews in Mumbai March 12, 2007. Ayurveda, an ancient Hindu healing method, has seen a resurgence as India vies for a share of the lucrative Asian medical tourism market by offering traditional massages and beauty treatments to wealthy tourists. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
 
Fans carry posters of Indian cricket players as they perform puja, a Hindu religious ritual, for the teams' World Cup success in Jammu, India, Monday, March 12, 2007. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
Fans carry posters of Indian cricket players as they perform puja, a Hindu religious ritual, for the teams' World Cup success in Jammu, India, Monday, March 12, 2007. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
 
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley   to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress Elizabeth Hurley to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. (Tanushree Punwani/Reuters)
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. (Tanushree Punwani/Reuters)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Dozens of police guarded the airport where Hurley was due to leave the desert city of Jodhpur on Saturday after a brief battle between reporters and security guards overshadowed her Hindu wedding. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani
 
Nepalese teenager Ram Bahadur Bomjam, hailed as a reincarnation of the Buddha, has vanished for a second time in southern Nepal.(AFP/File)
Nepalese teenager Ram Bahadur Bomjam, hailed as a reincarnation of the Buddha, has vanished for a second time in southern Nepal.(AFP/File)
 
In this picture taken 20 November 2005, fifteen year old Nepalese boy Ram Bahadur Bomjam meditates under a pipal tree in the forests of Bara District, some 150 kilometres (95 miles) south-east of Kathmandu.(AFP/File)
In this picture taken 20 November 2005, fifteen year old Nepalese boy Ram Bahadur Bomjam meditates under a pipal tree in the forests of Bara District, some 150 kilometres (95 miles) south-east of Kathmandu.(AFP/File)
 
British model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley, wearing yellow dress, and her husband Arun Nayar, right, arrive at the airport in Mumbai, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. The 41-year-old Hurley and 42-year-old Nayar were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Rajesh Nirgude)
British model-actress Elizabeth Hurley, wearing yellow dress, and her husband Arun Nayar, right, arrive at the airport in Mumbai, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. The 41-year-old Hurley and 42-year-old Nayar were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Rajesh Nirgude)
 
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley   to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress Elizabeth Hurley to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
 
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley   to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
British television presenter, Trinny Woodall arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress Elizabeth Hurley to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
 
British model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley, wearing yellow dress, and her husband Arun Nayar, right, arrive at the airport in Mumbai, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. The 41-year-old Hurley and 42-year-old Nayar were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Rajesh Nirgude)
British model-actress Elizabeth Hurley, wearing yellow dress, and her husband Arun Nayar, right, arrive at the airport in Mumbai, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. The 41-year-old Hurley and 42-year-old Nayar were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Rajesh Nirgude)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (L) and her husband, Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R bottom), arrive at an airport in Mumbai March 10, 2007. Hurley married Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (L) and her husband, Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R bottom), arrive at an airport in Mumbai March 10, 2007. Hurley married Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (L), her son Damian (C) and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (L), her son Damian (C) and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (L), her son Damian (C) and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (L), her son Damian (C) and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
 
Actress   Elizabeth Hurley   (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
Actress Elizabeth Hurley (2nd L), her son Damian and her husband Indian businessman Arun Nayar (R) arrive at an airport in Jodhpur in the desert state of Rajasthan March 10, 2007. Actress Elizabeth Hurley married Indian businessman Arun Nayar on Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony in the desert state of Rajasthan where the groom trotted down the aisle on a horse. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
 
Indian businessman Arun Nayar, left, model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley   and her son Damian arrive at the airport to fly out of the city, in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
Indian businessman Arun Nayar, left, model-actress Elizabeth Hurley and her son Damian arrive at the airport to fly out of the city, in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
 
Titiana, girlfriend of Greek Prince Nikolaos Pavlos, arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress   Elizabeth Hurley   to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
Titiana, girlfriend of Greek Prince Nikolaos Pavlos, arrives at the airport after attending Friday's wedding of model-actress Elizabeth Hurley to Indian businessman Arun Nayar in Jodhpur, India, Saturday, March 10, 2007. Nayar and Hurley were married Friday in a traditional Hindu ceremony at a palace-turned-hotel in the western Indian city of Jodhpur. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)





 
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