Curing mud in India

08:32, February 12, 2011      

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Devotees relax as they let the mud on their bodies dry and harden in Chamliyal, south of Jammu, India-controlled Kashmir Feb 10, 2011. The mud, locally known as "shakkar", is said to cure skin diseases, and is taken from the ancient shrine of Baba Chamliyal, situated on the border with Pakistan.[Photo/Agencies]


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