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Hanukkah Around the World

Ever seen a Hanukkah menorah made entirely of seashells? How about one that weighs 4,000 pounds? Take an illuminating tour of this annual Festival of Lights as it's celebrated around the world.

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Mumbai, India

The father of a slain rabbi's wife lights a menorah in front of the landmark Gateway of India monument in Mumbai, a month after militants attacked several sites in the city, including a Jewish cultural center, back in 2008. Mumbai is currently home to 8 synagogues. Plans are underway to rebuild the Jewish center.

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