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Obama in India
'Kesariya balam,' Indian delicacies wow Obamas at state banquet

New Delhi: Lighted earthen diyas lining the steps, colourful rangolis on the floor, pretty string lights on the bushes, and the melodious welcome song - "Kesariya balam, padharo mhare des..." - US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama were left captivated during the state banquet at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here Monday.

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