Dec 31

Sentosa Island

A lovely lunch, followed by a nap that extended a little longer than it should have meant that Dinesh, Lamba and me arrived at Sentosa Island just a little too late to catch the Dolphin show that i really wanted to see… They have the rare pink dolphins there, but our tardiness, along with a sudden downpour of rain and fairly bad signage at the main reception made us unfortunately miss the show ๐Ÿ™

So, we went to the aquarium first, which has a touch tank, where you can put your hands in and the fish inside come and brush against your hands … its a very nice feeling ๐Ÿ™‚ and after this, i wonder how people go and eat fish later… its like petting your dog and then having him for lunch!

You can also stroke starfish… they dont move, they just stay there… and you can feed fish right out of your own hands!

We then went to the main aquarium area which has many strange and wonderful sea creatures in many tanks… lovely translucent jelly fish, strange worms that stick out of holes almost in unison, some impossible looking fish, can’t even begin to describe those… an amazing diversity… and then we went through the glass tunnel, which is basically an absolutely massive fish tank with fish over 8-9 feet long swimming lazily all around you and above you as you walk through… An incredible experience! There were even signs that said you could dive into the tanks with the aquarium feeding crew at certain times of the day, though none of us wanted to do that ๐Ÿ™‚

They had a full body fish spa here which was unfortunately closed by the time we got there…

Then we went on to see the 4D show… which is a very silly, funny, pirate movie done in astonishing 3D… At parts when bees chase the unfortunate pirates, they fly right into your face… You end up waving your arms to fend them off and squirming in your seat… if someone falls in the movie, your seat gives a shudder and when someone falls into the water, they spray water on your face ๐Ÿ™‚ Was a GREAT show and really good fun ๐Ÿ™‚

Wrapped up the Sentosa Island visit with the Sound, Light, Water, Fire, Laser show on the beach… Dazzling lasers, jets of water, explosions of fire, expansive water fountains, and a very short but pretty firework display at the end couldn’t quite make up for the lackluster music and contrived story of a common village youth managing to wake up a sleeping princess with the help of his pet fish… But all in all it was nice.

Lamba had not visited the Zoo and dinesh and i felt that he absolutely had to get his feet pedicured at the fish spa there, so we zoomed there to the night safari and were just in time to get him on the last tram and managed to get our feet pedicured for an extra long time coz we were the last customers ๐Ÿ™‚ Lamba of course loved it ๐Ÿ™‚

A few thoughts on Singapore…

Singapore is squeaky clean. They have a very good road system, with signals that communicate with each other, so no signal is needlessly red! Anywhere to anywhere is seldom more than 20 minutes.

More importantly, every road, even the freeways and the highways have huge, lovely trees on each side, most time forming a lovely canopy. Quite a few roads even have these grand trees through the middle where the dividers are. One huge stretch of road has potted plants only through the middle… so that in case of an emergency, those plants can be moved and the road can become a runway for planes to land… just in case the airport has been compromised!

I had somehow always associated cleanliness with colder countries… but here in the tropical heat of Singapore was Switzerland clean (Switzerland is a place where there is a national emergency if a leaf dares to fall on the road:))… This just goes to show that when the government and the citizens care enough, cleanliness and hygiene are easily achieved… Though even in Singapore there are some extreme(ly) funny laws… like chewing gum is banned! ๐Ÿ™‚ I personally don’t like chewing gum at all, but all the same it is a weird law ๐Ÿ™‚

Singaporeans are fiercely proud of their city and their culture. However, Spirituality still has to make deeper inroads here and i am pretty sure that’s going to happen quite soon given their drive to strive for the best for themselves… They are going to realize that they have been missing out on a very good deal by not learning and practicing Sudarshan Kriya and meditation ๐Ÿ™‚

The last few hours were spent in hurriedly packing things into our bags and all too soon we were waving goodbye to all the lovely people who had come to drop us off at Changi airport.

Though Singapore is beautiful and loads of fun, we were glad to be going back to our beloved India, more precisely to out beautiful, serene home in the magnificent Bangalore Ashram! And when we finally stumbled into our beds that night… we knew for sure… There is simply no place like home!

Jai Gurudeva!



Dec 30

1:00 am in Singapore

The fish had given us a fine pedicure and ashokji’s daughters were almost fast asleep, but we didn’t have too much time in Singapore and so much to do… so we dropped the little girls back home, and then headed for the one-stop-shop in Singapore: Mustafa

Mustafa must surely be an absolutely unique store… It’s really huge and STUFFED, jam-packed with things you can buy… You get literally everything… cereals, pens, gold and diamonds, DVDs, decorations, shoes, T shirts, medicines, gym equipment, sweets, chocolates, cosmetics, home appliances, food, toys, travel and hotel bookings for anywhere in the world, electronic stuff… Its open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (366 in leap years :)) its almost like an offline version of ๐Ÿ™‚

Granted, that maybe in some specialty things, there is not too wide a variety… but the sheer scope and size of the store was really impressive… AND, it was crowded at almost 2:00 am on a weekday! Ashokji said that on weekends during the day, you cannot walk there… its like being in a bombay local during rush hour ๐Ÿ™‚

Singapore is the world’s biggest port, and sailors may get shore leave for just a few hours, they need a place to shop where they can get everything… they all goto Mustafa! ๐Ÿ™‚

We got a few t shirts, some yummy cereal, some DVDs and some nice Singapore fridge stickers from there … i think ashokji was a little disappointed that we didnt get anything else ๐Ÿ™‚

But then we came upon a water massage table… and you get the massage without taking off your clothes and without getting wet! … basically you lie down on the contraption and it shuts over you (hydraulic) and covers you with water resistant material and then there are nozzles above the cover which shoot water at your prone body and move from neck to feet and back a few times… you have a remote in your hand and can make them stop at any point if you want… and its nice good bursts of hot water! 10 minutes on that table was relaxing, hypnotic and soooo rejuvenating… it was almost unbelievable! ๐Ÿ™‚ Unfortunately we dont have photos of it… it was almost 3 am.. ๐Ÿ™‚

We got home soon after that and crashed for the night… The next afternoon we had aย  serene Guru Pooja with Bhanu Didi and a superb gujju lunchย  at one of the devotee’s homes after which we left for Sentosa Island…

The last part of the Singapore posts tomorrow…

Jai Gurudeva!



Dec 29

Doctor Fish

In the meeting area of the Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo, is a shop that has fish tanks on 3 sides forming its front… and it said “Fish Spa” … Now i was pretty sure this is not where fish go for a massage :)… But on further inquiry we got to know that the tanks are full of doctor fish… and they give a very gentle pedicure!

Thats a highly magnified photo of a doctor fish (Garra Rufa), actually they are quite small, maybe 2 cms was the biggest in the tank… And they were the beauticians in the Fish Spa!

So, of course we wanted our pedicure! ๐Ÿ™‚

So we wash our feet, roll up our pyjamas/pants whatever, and then dip our legs into the tanks and these small fish swarm all over our feet… and rub their heads against the skin, they have no teeth… They have rough edges to their mouths and so very effectively and gently scrape of dead skin from our feet, much the same as any pedicurist would do in a beauty salon… and then they eat this dead skin up! Its a feast for them, and an ultimate tickle, rub, scrub luxury for us! ๐Ÿ™‚

I absolutely loved every moment of it… In the beginning there were many, many of them going all over my feet… i had scratched my foot a day earlier and they were especially interested in the tiny wound (I learned later that they can disinfect injued skin as well!)… It was a glorious feeling… at least 50 of them all over going scratch, rub, tickle, all together…

Now i keep my feet quite clean and so they didnt get too much of a feast from me after a bit, but they loved dinesh’s feet (he oftentimes allows the skin on his feet to flake and can become a pedicurist’s nightmare, but i am sure the fish loved every little morsel of him that they were getting!) and he was squealing with mirth almost throughout…

All too soon our 5 minutes were up… my wound had completely healed, actually disappeared and my feet felt silky smooth to touch… and i am pretty sure we heard some tiny burps from the tanks… the fish had feasted well! ๐Ÿ™‚

Imagine, getting silky smooth feet, by becoming fish food! :)… What a wonderful universe we live in…

It was late in the night by this time, almost 1:00 am or so and so we did what any tourist in Singapore would do at this time… Go to Mustafa!!

All about Mustafa and the Sentosa Island a little later…

Jai Gurudeva!



Dec 28

The Night Safari

It was 7:00 pm. Time to go to the Singapore Zoo, where the Night Safari happens… Guruji had specifically asked us to go there, and we were not going to miss it!

Ashokji was our friend and guide for the evening, he came along with his two adorable daughters… he is one of those boisterous people who know everyone and for whom making friends and contacts is utterly effortless…

We drove to the Zoo, which is an absolutely HUGE place, almost 70 Acres, all of it carefully landscaped into habitats that all the animals there are originally from… so you would have the landscape of the Savannas, the Himalayan forests, the rain forests, etc right next to each other… all having the animals from those locales, and all without cages!

They have a day attraction and even a breakfast with the monkeys and the birds, but we had no time for that in this trip… We were there for the Night Safari!

There were some nice knick knack shops and small restaurants scattered around a biggish area with a stage for performances in the middle… The Fire eaters do some scary, unbelievable stuff with well… fire, accompanied by loud music and top notch vigorous dancing to an enchanted audience!

It’s a very hot show! ๐Ÿ™‚

Ashokji let us watch the show for about 20 minutes or so and then quickly hustled us to the place where the Safari started… On the way we met up with the worlds biggest cockroaches! They were almost 3-4 inches long and the lady who was lovingly handling them told us that they are the worlds best crawlers and if swallowed whole (i have no idea how and who would do that… but you know how the chinese are!), they can crawl out of your stomach, up thru your gullet and out of your mouth!

With that amazing fact in our minds, we boarded the trams (golf cart type buggies joined together, open on both sides but with a roof) and moved into the jungle… No flash photography was allowed, the night animals have very sensitive eyes, so we didnt bother taking any photos ๐Ÿ™‚

We moved from one landscaped area to the next… seeing animals in dim unobtrusive lighting, going about their business, utterly unperturbed by our presence… some almost close enough to touch… no one even attempted it ๐Ÿ™‚ We had been warned many times by the guide that the animals were not tamed and to keep all hands and feet we wanted to have still attached on our bodies when the safari ended safely inside the buggies ๐Ÿ™‚

We saw deer, various types of birds, a beautiful white tiger, some huge and completely fast asleep lions, a herd of elephants, rhinos, crocs, some jungle cats, hyenas… There are 315 types of animals here, and more than 2300 of them, more than 15% endangered, some of which only 15-20 still left on our planet, and some very nearย  cousins of the species there sadly had already become extinct… Such majesty and Grandeur of nature carefully preserved… If people don’t stop eating meat, in a few years, “wild” animals may be seen only in places like these… Vast amounts of jungles are even now mercilessly being chopped down to create space and food for livestock that greedy human beings want to eat… We loose perhaps an acre of forest land every few minutes…

At the half way point, you could get off and walk the jungle trails to see some of the animals closer, we did just that and were rewarded to see the worlds tiniest deer which are smaller than a mouse and the world’s biggest rodents which were as big as small dogs! We also got to see possums and other smaller creatures playing away the night… and there were these beautiful flying squirrels, which didn’t oblige us and fly for us, but we could see and imagine how wonderful they would look… and fresh, fresh jungle air to breathe!

The entire Safari was about 2 hours long, along with the walks and dinesh and i enjoyed every second of it! Then when we were back at the station, and there at the same place that the fire eaters had performed earlier, you could get really up close and personal with a (not very tame) wild cat, a beautiful snake and a really pretty white night owl right out of Harry Potter!

We were allowed to pet the snake and she was so beautiful and warm and sleek and silky to touch… dinesh had a photos of his taken when he was like a few centimetres away from the snakes mouth… she eyeing him intently and sticking out her tongue at him every few seconds, but there was nothing baleful or malignant about this snakes eyes… it seemed she was at peace with everyone (probably had had a meal of a rat or 2 before going on stage!:)).

The other 2 animals were not quite as forthcoming as the snake ๐Ÿ™‚ and we carefully posed with them and had our pics taken :), the cat was clearly tired of her time on stage and hissed and arched her back magnificently and quite menacingly when her time for being on “show” was over…

After that we went to the fish spa… but thats a story for tomorrow! ๐Ÿ™‚

Jai Gurudeva!



Dec 27


A quick 2 hour flight from Bali and we were in Changi Airport, Singapore…

And Guruji was with us, He had His flight back to India after a few hours, but dinesh and i were stopping over in Singapore. Bhanu didi had a Sahaj course there, and i had never been there… btw, if you have a valid US visa on your (Indian) passport, you can stay in Singapore for 3 days… nice to know fact ๐Ÿ™‚

It was quite heart rending to leave Guruji in the lounge and go thru immigration, knowing He would be there at Changi for few more hours… but, very lovingly He asked us to go (there were many people waiting to receive us outside and i don’t think He wanted them to wait), and so we went…

Before i talk about Singapore, i have to tell you that Changi airport is perhaps the only airport in the world that has been built with passengers in mind… There are orchid and butterfly gardens (pretty and small), there are movie theaters, there are gyms, i think 3 swimming pools, free Internet access (wifi and terminals for people without laptops), gaming rooms, quiz shows, plenty of comfortable places to sit around and just lounge, some places with really bright lighting, others more secluded with dim relaxed ambiance, lots of places to eat (though unfortunately they serve mostly non veg food) and PLENTY of shops!

Also there are just so many people going in and out, that you will almost certainly meet someone you know! It’s like one big party… and i thoroughly enjoyed my time over there both on the way to Bali and when we came back!

After a few hitches were cleared up, we cleared immigration etc and got met by a bunch of really cool YES!+ students that shilpa had taught… and got hit by the heat! Singapore like Bali is HOT! Someone told me the secret of Singapore’s success is Air Conditioning and LOTS of it ๐Ÿ™‚

We were going to stay at Jayanth’s place. He is prof who teaches negotiation skills at the National University of Singapore (NUS)… We reached home, went grocery shopping and made that fantastic burnt garlic pumpkin soup and some pasta… ate it, and crashed…

The next day we mostly stayed at home, i had a bit of a heat stroke and quite a few blisters in my mouth from the all too spicy food of Bali, and just wanted to rest… But in the evening, we went to the Night Safari… And what a fantastic experience that was … you guessed it, more about that later! ๐Ÿ™‚

Jai Gurudeva!



Dec 26


In the wee hours of early early morning of Christmas Day 2008, a brand new, very special little package arrived safe and sound to our darling YES!+ teacher Anjana (and vivek of course)… Both mother and daughter are doing very well and will go home in 3-4 days time.

It was a completely natural delivery, and she said it was terribly painful ๐Ÿ™‚ and thats it! no more babies! ๐Ÿ™‚

Anjana was teaching courses and running around doing Seva till the day before she delivered… a photo of the little one + their very proud parents:

All our best wishes and blessings to this precious little one… May she have wonders and adventures and love and laughter and Grace and beauty and wisdom and mischief and fun aaaand the Art of Living!! ๐Ÿ™‚

Jai Gurudeva!


bawa (& dinesh)

Dec 26

Ivan’s Bali – II

… Then Guruji appeared …

There He was, just twenty precious feet away, sitting there โ€ฆ. โ€œHhmmmโ€ฆ. sooooโ€ฆ tell meโ€ฆ how are youโ€ฆ what shall we discuss??โ€

Two hundred blank minds and faces just stared back at Him โ€“ this was the teaching body of South East Asia and we could hardly manage a Jai Guru Dev between us.ย  We were mesmerized, lost in sight-seeing โ€“ and Guruji was the sight!ย  An hour went by and still He stayed to love, nurture, laugh, wonder, encourage and inspire us into believing we are as great as He knows we are.

The days passed, each packed from wake to sleep with the healing balm and enlivening breath of His Grace, and always so much laughter.ย  Bawa became about 10 years old and we were all in his gang.ย ย  He playfully demonstrated the effectiveness of the Purpose, Process, Payoff, Time and Yes approach to teaching โ€“ (if you want to know what that is just become a Teacher), and he had a fun yet profound game for every point he wanted to make.

We all became childlike again.ย  Unfortunately (?!) the Australian group, led by Shaj and Atul, were the naughty rajasic ones at the back of the class flicking sweets at the well behaved satvic ones at the front, hiding their yoga mats, sending them on spurious errands, playing Frisbee in the corridors etc.

One incident was quite nostalgic for me. (read about Ivan’s earlier chappal Karma) I had realized early on that in the affluent environment of a 5 star hotel, one could randomly leave ones chappals anywhere and they would always be there on your return.ย  I was elated by this small fact and began leaving my chappals with impunity – the middle of the hotel foyer, at the bottom of the swimming pool, even in the lift โ€“ they just kept being wherever I left them.ย  This was surely chappal heaven.

But then the bubble burst.ย  One day they simply vanished.ย  It was strange, when I left them outside that morningโ€™s session, even though it was the same place as always, and surrounded by a couple of hundred others, I remember feeling a knowing twinge that this was indeed the last time I would see them.ย  I glanced back at them over my shoulder as if to say โ€˜farewell and thanksโ€™ and Iโ€™m glad I took the opportunity to say goodbye, as my chapel karma has obviously not played itself out yet.ย  They dropped my body and moved on.ย  I was secretly happy about that.

Meanwhile the bliss rolled on.ย  One session we were completely spellbound by the innocent charm, humour and devotion of Banudidi and everyday Dinesh was in the main conference hall entrancing and inspiring hundreds of joyous Part II participants.ย  It was always an enlivening moment to enter that jubilant space for Satsang in the evenings, we were all totally intoxicated with replete with manna from heaven, delivered to our doors by the inevitable Bawa and Dinesh, and of course, the fountain of all wisdom and Grace, Mr G.ย  Every smiling face reminded you of the preciousness and great fortune of having been found by your Guru.

All too soon the tears of excitement that had mingled with the tears of joy, running alongside tears of wonder and the most precious of all tears, tears of gratitude โ€“ were followed by the tears of longing.ย ย  The courses had ended and Guruji had left.ย  We know He has taken permanent residency in our hearts, yet we have all shared that almost unbearable feeling of emptiness whenever He leaves.

But He was not done with us yet.ย  When Sarah had told her Agent she was going to Bali, he had managed to organized an operatic concert for her there.ย  So we stayed on, moving into a beautiful villa arranged by the promoter.ย  The concert was a sell out โ€“ everyone loving the programme of better known arias, accompanied by a beautiful Balinese choir as the chorus.

One of the Balinese singers happened to be married to the manager of the Oberoi in Lombok, a hotel with the reputation of being the most beautiful in South East Asia and, you guessed it, we were invited to spend our last three days there as his guests, everything complimentary!ย  Oh the things we do for our Guru!

Jai Gurudeva!

love you all…


ps tomorrow our adventures in Singapore while Ivan and gang were living it up in Bali… ๐Ÿ™‚

Dec 25

Ivan’s Bali – I

A Christmas Day treat for everyone… from the crazy mind of our darling Ivan:

Merry Christmas everybody…

Jai Gurudeva!



I donโ€™t know โ€“ the things we do for our Guru!ย  Sarah & I recently staggered back to Sydney after a gruelling couple of weeks on some island in the Indian Ocean, Bali I think its called.

It had been promoted as a Teachers Refresher Meeting, (TRM) but how youโ€™re supposed to get refreshed in 32 degrees of tropical sun is a mystery to me.ย  Its true the turquoise ocean, several swimming pools and a cooling sea breeze helped prevent my generous body from spontaneously combusting, not to mention the seriously efficient hotel air con, but I still felt climatically challenged as I sipped my coconut smoothies by the pool.

But all was not too hellish.ย  You know how Guruji often reminds us that the real bliss lies within, by asking us โ€œHow long can you look at a beautiful view?ย  How long can your taste buds taste delicious food?ย  Your senses all have limits.โ€ย  Well I was determined to reach the end of mine, to see what lay beyond.

You know itโ€™s always a wonder to observe the transformation Guruji brings about.ย  Walking around the hotel the day before He arrived, it looked like any other busy, international, 5 star hotel.ย  It was hosting some blah looking seminars, another organisation was having a conference there, the lobby was full of random people who wouldnโ€™t know a pranayama from a banana and most of them smoking as so many in Indonesia still do.ย  I wondered why we brought Guruji to such โ€˜unholyโ€™ places.

However the next day, when Guruji arrived, the transformation was awesome.ย  It may as well have been the Ashram.ย  The dull, grey faces of the people attending the various events before had been replaced by the shining, joyful, exuberant faces of devotees about to bask in the Divine presence of their beloved Guruji.ย  He floated into the hotel lobby on a wave of love and for the next 5 days the whole sprawling complex was transformed into a sacred place; in fact the whole island was suffused with the magic and Grace of His presence.

However the daily routine was merciless.ย  There we were, up at the crack of dawn, crawling like sleepy turtles onto the white sandy beach for morning yoga with the ever effervescent Meggan, before breakfasting in the ocean view marquee.ย  There we faced the stress of deciding which of the 12 exotic breakfast choices to have each day, before some nail-biting table tennis games, ultimate beach frisbee, followed by 90 minute massages which left hardly enough time for a dip in the ocean before having to rush to get the lift to the tenth floor.ย  There, with panoramic views of the cloudless blue sky, sparkling sea and palm fringed Bali coastline, we set about some serious refreshment.

Bawa and Dinesh had arrived with Guruji, as had Bhanudidi, so on the first morning we had been treated to the sight of our beloved Bawa strolling into the first session of TRM like a spiritual Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca.

Game on!ย  Bawa was in cracking form and taking no prisoners.ย  We were going to be seriously refreshed, from the inside out, and back again.ย  All morning we were crying with laughter, beside ourselves with excitement in the heady atmosphere of Tropical Art of Living, drunk on Bawa bliss, thinking life canโ€™t get any better.ย  Then Guruji appeared…

Part II tomorrow…

Dec 24


was hot

and very pretty…

I didn’t get much time to go anywhere coz Guruji surprised me by making me facilitate the Asia Pacific TRM (Teacher’s Refresher Meet) and so mostly i saw the inside of the very beautiful Hotel we were staying in ๐Ÿ™‚

The night before the TRM, Guruji casually mentions to me, you help with the TRM… i was happy, and i got up pretty late in the morning and was doing a long lazy Padmasadhana, when there was frantic knocking on my door… grumblingly i opened it and there were 3 people insisting that i come and start the TRM… I said i am not supposed to do that, go ask Guruji… They said Guruji is in the spa, and wont be out for another 3 hours!

And so there i was on the stage with all the teachers, suddenly in the role of a TRM teacher ๐Ÿ™‚

We had quite a blast, Guruji came and visited us pretty often and every afternoon we had mind blowing meditations with Him… and every night dinesh and i got to spend a lot of time with Him… (btw, dinesh taught the adv course there)

I did get the time to go to the spa 2-3 times, and got myself a lovely conditioner massage for my head and an excruciatingly painful, yet deeply relaxing acupressure massage on my feet…

We had many rocking sessions on the TRM and even one super fun session on the beach too! can’t tell you what we did, for that u have to become a teacher and come for a TRM ๐Ÿ™‚

The food was extremely tasty, but horribly spicy… and by the time a week was done, i was craving for food from my lovely kitchen in the ashram ๐Ÿ™‚

On the last day, we all went to a beautiful temple with Guruji, where they had done the yagya last time… and all too soon it was time to leave…

The Indonesian people treated all of us like royalty… the courses and the trip were perfectly planned and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves! ๐Ÿ™‚

Dinesh and i did have a fantastic time there, but not like what everyone else does… we didn’t go to the beach, we didn’t go shopping, we didn’t do para gliding or snorkeling… what we did do was spend a LOT of time with Guruji… and that’s what made this lovely holiday absolutely perfect!

Ivan was there and he has (as usual) done a brilliant write up about the whole Bali experience… and yes it involves chappals… watch out for it ๐Ÿ™‚

Jai Gurudeva!



ps sorry for not writing more often… but things have been very hectic, and somehow no internet in delhi again!

Dec 18

Happy Birthday Perviz!!

December 18th! I dare not forget… Today is my sister’s birthday!

The consequences could be dire ๐Ÿ™‚

I remember a few years ago, she had made birthday gift lists… 3 or 4 things she wanted and depending on people’s financial capabilities she gave them out, telling people to get stuff for her ONLY on the lists … I asked her but what about being surprised by your birthday gift? She said she would be surprised because she didn’t know which of the 3-4 things on the lists people would actually get for her!! ๐Ÿ™‚

She would always complain that i would only give her gifts for her birthday which actually i wanted… so one birthday i gave her “The complete works of William Shakespeare” … even i didn’t want that! ๐Ÿ™‚

My baby sister is now mom to 3 lovely kids!! And as you can see from the photo above, it doesn’t show at all!

Many more Birthdays… much love ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy Birthday!!

Jai Gurudeva!



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