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The ultimate goal of life is the attainment of love for God. Srila Prabhupada repeatedly emphasized that human life is meant for self-realization, and that perfect realization is that everyone is the eternal servant of the Supreme Lord. This is called sandarbha, the understanding of our relationship with the Absolute Truth. After understanding one's relationship, the next understanding should be how to act in that relationship, and this is termed abhidheya, or devotional service to the Lord. The question would then arise, "What is the ultimate goal of such engagement in devotional service?" This is called prayojana, or life's ultimate goal. It has been concluded that as devotional service to the Lord advances, one approaches one's constitutional position of loving the Supreme Lord.

This Priti-sandarbha is a treatise on life's ultimate goal, love of Godhead.

About the Book

In this second volume of Priti sandarbha, the author first describes four features of the Lord's personality, called dhirodatta, dhiralalita, dhira-prasanta and dhiroddhata. Then, he describes how the pastimes of the Lord are considered in two divisions: those of opulene and power (aisvarya), and those of sweetness (madhurya). Examples are given of devotees who appreciate the opulence of the Lord, and devotees do not consider the opulence of the Lord due to being absorbed in appreciting His transcendental sweetness.

While discussing the various relationships that devotees have with the Lord, the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love) are described in detail, as well as the vyabhicaris (disturbing symptoms of ecstatic love), and other forms of ecstasy. The five primary relationships are discussed in this volume, as are the seven secondary relationships.

In his purport to a verse of the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami (Adj 7. 89-90), Srila Prabhupada wrote: Srila Jiva Gosvami, in his Priti-sandarbha (66), explains this stage of love of Godhead: Transcendental love of Godhead is not under the jurisdiction of the material energy, for it is the transcendental bliss and pleasure potency of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Since the Supreme Lord is also under the influence of transcendental bliss in love of Godhead, one's heart melts

Introduction

In the Krsna-sandarbha, second-to-last text, Srila Jiva Gosvami explains: The description of sambandha (the relationship between the individual living entities and the Supreme Personality of Godhead), which has begun in the Tattva-sandarbha, and continued in the Bhagavat-sandarbha and Paramatma-sandarbha, is now concluded in this Krsna-sandarbha. In the next book (Srimad-bhakti-sandarbha), I shall describe abhidheya (devotional service, or the activities of the relationship between the individual living entities and the Supreme Lord) and in the last book (Pritisandarbha), I shall describe prayojana (pure love for Krsna, the result of engaging in the activities of devotional service).

The ultimate goal of life is the attainment of love for God. Srila Prabhupada repeatedly emphasized that human life is meant for self-realization, and that perfect realization is that everyone is the eternal servant of the Supreme Lord. This is called sandarbha, the understanding of our relationship with the Absolute Truth. After understanding one's relationship, the next understanding should be how to act in that relationship, and this is termed abhidheya, or devotional service to the Lord. The question would then arise, "What is the ultimate goal of such engagement in devotional service?" This is called prayojana, or life's ultimate goal. It has been concluded that as devotional service to the Lord advances, one approaches one's constitutional position of loving the Supreme Lord.

This Priti-sandarbha is a treatise on life's ultimate goal, love of Godhead. Although love of God may seem to be simply an emotional state, the characteristics of love of God have been explained by the great acaryas in greate detail. This is very important because for one, there are many imitators who pose themselves as fully realized devotees of the Lord in the hopes of fulfilling some personal motive. This is also very important because, although a neophyte devotee may sometimes experience symptoms of transcendental ecstasy while engaging in devotional service, he should understand that this does not indicate that he has reached the spiritual platform, as long as he is still attracted by the material objects of the senses.

In his purport to a verse of the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami (Adi 7. 89-90), Srila Prabhupada wrote: Srila Jiva Gosvami, in his Priti-sandarbha (66), explains this stage of love of Godhead: Transcendental love of Godhead is not under the jurisdiction of the material energy, for it is the transcendental bliss and pleasure potency of the Supreme personality of Godhead. Since the Supreme Lord is also under the influence of transcendental bliss, when one comes in touch with such bliss in love of Godhead, one's heart melts, and the symptoms of this are standing of the hairs on end, etc. Sometimes a person thus melts and manifests these transcendental symptoms yet at the same time is not well behaved in his personal transactions. This indicates that he has not yet reached complete perfection in devotional life. In other words, a devotee who dances in ecstasy but after dancing and crying appears to be attracted to material affairs has not yet reached the perfection of devotional service, which is called asaya-suddhi, or the perfection of existence. One who attains the perfection of existence is completely averse to material enjoyment and engrossed in transcendental love of Godhead. It is therefore to be concluded that the ecstatic symptoms of asayasuddhi are visible when a devotee's service has no material cause and is purely spiritual in nature.

In this second volume of Priti-sandarbha, the author first describes four features of the Lord's personality, called dhirodatta, dhira-prasanta, and dhiroddhata. Then he describes how the pastimes of the Lord are considered in two divisions: those of opulence and power (aisvarya), and those of sweetness (madhurya). Examples are given of devotees who appreciate the opulence of the Lord, and devotees do not consider the opulence of the Lord due to being absorbed in appreciating His transcendental sweetness.

While discussing the various relationships that devotees have with the Lord, the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love) are described in detail, as well as the vyabhicaris (disturbing symptoms of ecstatic love), and other forms of ecstasy. The five primary relationships are discussed in this volume, as are the seven secondary relationships. Then, there is a details discussion of rasabhasa (the incompatible mixture of rasa). It is very interesting how, in the discussion of rasabhasa, Srila Jiva Gosvami gives many examples of how learned scholars sometimes point out what they feel to be rasabhasa in the verses of the Srimad-Bhagavatam. He cites the supposed existence of rasabhasa and then carefully explains how these are not actually incompatible mixtures of rasas. The author concludes that in the entire Srimad-Bhagavatam, there is no example of rasabhasa.

Finally, this volume concludes with a discussion of the gopis' love for Lord Lord Krsna, as well as the love of the Lord's queens at Dvaraka. There is a lengthy discussion of love of the Lord's jpresence, and love in separation. At the end is glorification of the love of Srimati Radharani for Krsna.

Srila Prabhupada would sometimes mention the Priti-sandarbha in his lectures, as in the following expert from a lecture on Srimad-Bhagavatam given in London in 1971.

Prabhupada: Jiva Gosvami has got six sandarbhas, theses: Bhagavat-sandarbha, Krsna-sandarbha, Tattva-sandarbha, Priti-sandarbha, like that. So, I don't think that these books are published in English. These sandarbhas of Jiva Gosvami are so philosophically discussed that throughout the whole world, there is not a single philosopher who can defy them. We belong to the Gaudiya-sampradaya from Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, coming in the disciplic succession of Caitanya Mahaprabhu. We have got immense literature to understand God. One who wants to understand God through philosophy, science, argument and logic to supply them reading material, we have got immense literature.

From this we can understand what a great service Kusakratha dasa has done in translating these six sandarbhas. And, as would be expected, these translations are very pleasing to read due to being imbued with Kusakratha dasa's great and unalloyed devotion for the Lord and the literature of the great acaryas.

 

Contents

 

 

Introduction 11
Anucchedas 150
In different situations, the Lord manifests different features of His character. He has four primary features.
17
Anucchedas 151-154
Because His devotees love Him so much, the Lord manifests His great sweetness before them.
23
Anucchedas 155-158
Now will be considered the various objects (dravya) included amongst the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love).
39
Secondary Rasas
 
Anucchedas 159-160
Examples of utprasa (mocking and satire)
74
Anucchedas 161
Vira-rasa (rasa of chivalry) and its four divisions.
76
Anucchedas 162-164
Dana-vira rasa (rasa of giving charity) and its two divisions
83
Anuccheda 165-166
A description of Yuddha-vira rasa
90
Anucchedas 167-168
Raudra-rasa (anger) when object (visaya) of loving anger is Lord Krsna, and the person who feels the anger (adhara) is the dear devotee.
92
Anucchedas 169-171
Now bhayanaka-rasa (fear) will be considered. Here, the alambana is fear of pain or injury in relation to Lord Krsna.
96
Anucchedas 172
Bhibhatsa-rasa (horror) in relation to the Supreme Personality of Godhead
100
Anucchedas 173
Karuna-rasa when devotees feel compassion for the condition of those who have not yet attained Lord Krsna's mercy.
103
Anucchedas 174
Adbhuta-rasa and other rasas are manifest with the devotees as their object.
104
Primary Rasas
 
Anucchedas 175
Maharaja Prthu's true rasa is dasya-rasa
109
Anucchedas 176
Now we will consider the vatsalya-rasa enjoyed by the Lord's father, Maharaja Vasudeva, and by others.
113
Anucchedas 177
Srngara-rasa as seen by Queen Rukmini
116
Anucchedas 178
Even the vraja-gopis, who think only of Lord Krsna's sweetness, are sometimes aware of His power and opulence.
118
Anucchedas 179-182
What is and what is not rasabhasa, including various examples.
127
Anucheads 195-198
The Supreme Personality of Godhead comes to the material world is to show to His devotees the sweetness of His pastimes.
166
Anucchedas 199-204
Examples of what is not rasabhasa, and explainations on rasa.
176
Anucchedas 205
Asraya-rasa is of two kinds
199
Anucchedas 206-207
An example of utpreksa, the fanciful kind of metaphor where one thing is imagined to have become another
201
Anucchedas 208-211
Dasya-rasa(servitorship)
206
Madhurya Rasa
 
Anucchedas 212-217
Anticipation of meeting with the Lord, meeting and separation from Him
219
Anucchedas 218-224
Prasraya-rasa (filial love)
239
Anucchedas 225-248
Vatsalya-rasa (parental love)
254
Anucchedas 249-274
Sakhya-rasa (conjugal love)
308
Anucchedas 275-288
Madhurya-rasa (conjugal love)
359
Anucchedas 289-298
Uddipanas of srngara-rasa
399
Anucchedas 290-303
Lord Krsna's quality of making the gopis fall in love with Him.
401
Anucchedas 304-305
The Lord's activities are of two kinds: 1. bhava-sambandhini (activities of love), and 2. svabhavika-vinodamaya (pastimes that come from His own nature).
426
Anucchedas 306-314
Lord's paraphernalia (dravya).
429
Anucchedas 315-320
The anubhavas of the Lord's beloveds are of four kinds: 1. udbhasvara (bodily luster), 2. sattvika (nature), 3. alankara (ornaments), and 4. vacika (speech).
444
Anucchedas 321-367
The natures and moods of those in of Madhurya-rasa
457
Anucchedas 371-374
The purva-raga of the vraja gopis
578
Anucchedas 375-383
After purva-raga comes sambhoga, which has four divisions
592
Anucchedas 384-386
Jealous anger (mana)
610
Anucchedas 387-388
Prema-vaicittyam (when out of intense love, the lover is aggrieved with fears of separation in the future, even in the beloved's presence)
630
Anucchedas 389-390
Pravasa (separation when the beloved has gone to a faraway place).
638
Anucchedas 391-392
Pralapa (abundant talking)
642
Anucchedas 394-400
Kincid-dura-pravasa, where the beloved is a shrot distance away and dura-pravasa, separation when the beloved is far away.
657
Anucchedas 401-413
How Sri Radha and the other gopis act and talk about Lord Krsna when His messangers come to console them.
675
Anucchedas 414-423
After reciving the message of Lord Balarama, the gopis enjoyed sambhoga pastimes with Lord Krsna, directly seeing Him at Kuruksetra.
695
Anucchedas 424-429
The conclusion of the description of Lord Krsna's amorous pastiems is the rasa dance.
717
Epilogue 729
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The ultimate goal of life is the attainment of love for God. Srila Prabhupada repeatedly emphasized that human life is meant for self-realization, and that perfect realization is that everyone is the eternal servant of the Supreme Lord. This is called sandarbha, the understanding of our relationship with the Absolute Truth. After understanding one's relationship, the next understanding should be how to act in that relationship, and this is termed abhidheya, or devotional service to the Lord. The question would then arise, "What is the ultimate goal of such engagement in devotional service?" This is called prayojana, or life's ultimate goal. It has been concluded that as devotional service to the Lord advances, one approaches one's constitutional position of loving the Supreme Lord.

This Priti-sandarbha is a treatise on life's ultimate goal, love of Godhead.

About the Book

In this second volume of Priti sandarbha, the author first describes four features of the Lord's personality, called dhirodatta, dhiralalita, dhira-prasanta and dhiroddhata. Then, he describes how the pastimes of the Lord are considered in two divisions: those of opulene and power (aisvarya), and those of sweetness (madhurya). Examples are given of devotees who appreciate the opulence of the Lord, and devotees do not consider the opulence of the Lord due to being absorbed in appreciting His transcendental sweetness.

While discussing the various relationships that devotees have with the Lord, the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love) are described in detail, as well as the vyabhicaris (disturbing symptoms of ecstatic love), and other forms of ecstasy. The five primary relationships are discussed in this volume, as are the seven secondary relationships.

In his purport to a verse of the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami (Adj 7. 89-90), Srila Prabhupada wrote: Srila Jiva Gosvami, in his Priti-sandarbha (66), explains this stage of love of Godhead: Transcendental love of Godhead is not under the jurisdiction of the material energy, for it is the transcendental bliss and pleasure potency of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Since the Supreme Lord is also under the influence of transcendental bliss in love of Godhead, one's heart melts

Introduction

In the Krsna-sandarbha, second-to-last text, Srila Jiva Gosvami explains: The description of sambandha (the relationship between the individual living entities and the Supreme Personality of Godhead), which has begun in the Tattva-sandarbha, and continued in the Bhagavat-sandarbha and Paramatma-sandarbha, is now concluded in this Krsna-sandarbha. In the next book (Srimad-bhakti-sandarbha), I shall describe abhidheya (devotional service, or the activities of the relationship between the individual living entities and the Supreme Lord) and in the last book (Pritisandarbha), I shall describe prayojana (pure love for Krsna, the result of engaging in the activities of devotional service).

The ultimate goal of life is the attainment of love for God. Srila Prabhupada repeatedly emphasized that human life is meant for self-realization, and that perfect realization is that everyone is the eternal servant of the Supreme Lord. This is called sandarbha, the understanding of our relationship with the Absolute Truth. After understanding one's relationship, the next understanding should be how to act in that relationship, and this is termed abhidheya, or devotional service to the Lord. The question would then arise, "What is the ultimate goal of such engagement in devotional service?" This is called prayojana, or life's ultimate goal. It has been concluded that as devotional service to the Lord advances, one approaches one's constitutional position of loving the Supreme Lord.

This Priti-sandarbha is a treatise on life's ultimate goal, love of Godhead. Although love of God may seem to be simply an emotional state, the characteristics of love of God have been explained by the great acaryas in greate detail. This is very important because for one, there are many imitators who pose themselves as fully realized devotees of the Lord in the hopes of fulfilling some personal motive. This is also very important because, although a neophyte devotee may sometimes experience symptoms of transcendental ecstasy while engaging in devotional service, he should understand that this does not indicate that he has reached the spiritual platform, as long as he is still attracted by the material objects of the senses.

In his purport to a verse of the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami (Adi 7. 89-90), Srila Prabhupada wrote: Srila Jiva Gosvami, in his Priti-sandarbha (66), explains this stage of love of Godhead: Transcendental love of Godhead is not under the jurisdiction of the material energy, for it is the transcendental bliss and pleasure potency of the Supreme personality of Godhead. Since the Supreme Lord is also under the influence of transcendental bliss, when one comes in touch with such bliss in love of Godhead, one's heart melts, and the symptoms of this are standing of the hairs on end, etc. Sometimes a person thus melts and manifests these transcendental symptoms yet at the same time is not well behaved in his personal transactions. This indicates that he has not yet reached complete perfection in devotional life. In other words, a devotee who dances in ecstasy but after dancing and crying appears to be attracted to material affairs has not yet reached the perfection of devotional service, which is called asaya-suddhi, or the perfection of existence. One who attains the perfection of existence is completely averse to material enjoyment and engrossed in transcendental love of Godhead. It is therefore to be concluded that the ecstatic symptoms of asayasuddhi are visible when a devotee's service has no material cause and is purely spiritual in nature.

In this second volume of Priti-sandarbha, the author first describes four features of the Lord's personality, called dhirodatta, dhira-prasanta, and dhiroddhata. Then he describes how the pastimes of the Lord are considered in two divisions: those of opulence and power (aisvarya), and those of sweetness (madhurya). Examples are given of devotees who appreciate the opulence of the Lord, and devotees do not consider the opulence of the Lord due to being absorbed in appreciating His transcendental sweetness.

While discussing the various relationships that devotees have with the Lord, the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love) are described in detail, as well as the vyabhicaris (disturbing symptoms of ecstatic love), and other forms of ecstasy. The five primary relationships are discussed in this volume, as are the seven secondary relationships. Then, there is a details discussion of rasabhasa (the incompatible mixture of rasa). It is very interesting how, in the discussion of rasabhasa, Srila Jiva Gosvami gives many examples of how learned scholars sometimes point out what they feel to be rasabhasa in the verses of the Srimad-Bhagavatam. He cites the supposed existence of rasabhasa and then carefully explains how these are not actually incompatible mixtures of rasas. The author concludes that in the entire Srimad-Bhagavatam, there is no example of rasabhasa.

Finally, this volume concludes with a discussion of the gopis' love for Lord Lord Krsna, as well as the love of the Lord's queens at Dvaraka. There is a lengthy discussion of love of the Lord's jpresence, and love in separation. At the end is glorification of the love of Srimati Radharani for Krsna.

Srila Prabhupada would sometimes mention the Priti-sandarbha in his lectures, as in the following expert from a lecture on Srimad-Bhagavatam given in London in 1971.

Prabhupada: Jiva Gosvami has got six sandarbhas, theses: Bhagavat-sandarbha, Krsna-sandarbha, Tattva-sandarbha, Priti-sandarbha, like that. So, I don't think that these books are published in English. These sandarbhas of Jiva Gosvami are so philosophically discussed that throughout the whole world, there is not a single philosopher who can defy them. We belong to the Gaudiya-sampradaya from Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, coming in the disciplic succession of Caitanya Mahaprabhu. We have got immense literature to understand God. One who wants to understand God through philosophy, science, argument and logic to supply them reading material, we have got immense literature.

From this we can understand what a great service Kusakratha dasa has done in translating these six sandarbhas. And, as would be expected, these translations are very pleasing to read due to being imbued with Kusakratha dasa's great and unalloyed devotion for the Lord and the literature of the great acaryas.

 

Contents

 

 

Introduction 11
Anucchedas 150
In different situations, the Lord manifests different features of His character. He has four primary features.
17
Anucchedas 151-154
Because His devotees love Him so much, the Lord manifests His great sweetness before them.
23
Anucchedas 155-158
Now will be considered the various objects (dravya) included amongst the uddipanas (impetuses for ecstatic love).
39
Secondary Rasas
 
Anucchedas 159-160
Examples of utprasa (mocking and satire)
74
Anucchedas 161
Vira-rasa (rasa of chivalry) and its four divisions.
76
Anucchedas 162-164
Dana-vira rasa (rasa of giving charity) and its two divisions
83
Anuccheda 165-166
A description of Yuddha-vira rasa
90
Anucchedas 167-168
Raudra-rasa (anger) when object (visaya) of loving anger is Lord Krsna, and the person who feels the anger (adhara) is the dear devotee.
92
Anucchedas 169-171
Now bhayanaka-rasa (fear) will be considered. Here, the alambana is fear of pain or injury in relation to Lord Krsna.
96
Anucchedas 172
Bhibhatsa-rasa (horror) in relation to the Supreme Personality of Godhead
100
Anucchedas 173
Karuna-rasa when devotees feel compassion for the condition of those who have not yet attained Lord Krsna's mercy.
103
Anucchedas 174
Adbhuta-rasa and other rasas are manifest with the devotees as their object.
104
Primary Rasas
 
Anucchedas 175
Maharaja Prthu's true rasa is dasya-rasa
109
Anucchedas 176
Now we will consider the vatsalya-rasa enjoyed by the Lord's father, Maharaja Vasudeva, and by others.
113
Anucchedas 177
Srngara-rasa as seen by Queen Rukmini
116
Anucchedas 178
Even the vraja-gopis, who think only of Lord Krsna's sweetness, are sometimes aware of His power and opulence.
118
Anucchedas 179-182
What is and what is not rasabhasa, including various examples.
127
Anucheads 195-198
The Supreme Personality of Godhead comes to the material world is to show to His devotees the sweetness of His pastimes.
166
Anucchedas 199-204
Examples of what is not rasabhasa, and explainations on rasa.
176
Anucchedas 205
Asraya-rasa is of two kinds
199
Anucchedas 206-207
An example of utpreksa, the fanciful kind of metaphor where one thing is imagined to have become another
201
Anucchedas 208-211
Dasya-rasa(servitorship)
206
Madhurya Rasa
 
Anucchedas 212-217
Anticipation of meeting with the Lord, meeting and separation from Him
219
Anucchedas 218-224
Prasraya-rasa (filial love)
239
Anucchedas 225-248
Vatsalya-rasa (parental love)
254
Anucchedas 249-274
Sakhya-rasa (conjugal love)
308
Anucchedas 275-288
Madhurya-rasa (conjugal love)
359
Anucchedas 289-298
Uddipanas of srngara-rasa
399
Anucchedas 290-303
Lord Krsna's quality of making the gopis fall in love with Him.
401
Anucchedas 304-305
The Lord's activities are of two kinds: 1. bhava-sambandhini (activities of love), and 2. svabhavika-vinodamaya (pastimes that come from His own nature).
426
Anucchedas 306-314
Lord's paraphernalia (dravya).
429
Anucchedas 315-320
The anubhavas of the Lord's beloveds are of four kinds: 1. udbhasvara (bodily luster), 2. sattvika (nature), 3. alankara (ornaments), and 4. vacika (speech).
444
Anucchedas 321-367
The natures and moods of those in of Madhurya-rasa
457
Anucchedas 371-374
The purva-raga of the vraja gopis
578
Anucchedas 375-383
After purva-raga comes sambhoga, which has four divisions
592
Anucchedas 384-386
Jealous anger (mana)
610
Anucchedas 387-388
Prema-vaicittyam (when out of intense love, the lover is aggrieved with fears of separation in the future, even in the beloved's presence)
630
Anucchedas 389-390
Pravasa (separation when the beloved has gone to a faraway place).
638
Anucchedas 391-392
Pralapa (abundant talking)
642
Anucchedas 394-400
Kincid-dura-pravasa, where the beloved is a shrot distance away and dura-pravasa, separation when the beloved is far away.
657
Anucchedas 401-413
How Sri Radha and the other gopis act and talk about Lord Krsna when His messangers come to console them.
675
Anucchedas 414-423
After reciving the message of Lord Balarama, the gopis enjoyed sambhoga pastimes with Lord Krsna, directly seeing Him at Kuruksetra.
695
Anucchedas 424-429
The conclusion of the description of Lord Krsna's amorous pastiems is the rasa dance.
717
Epilogue 729
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I must compliment you on timely delivery for this order. I was very impressed. Consequently, I have just placed another large order of beads and look forward to receiving these on time as well.
Charis, India
Bonjour, je viens de recevoir ma statue tête de Bouddha en cuivre. elle est magnifique et correspond exactement à la photo. Emballage très épais et protecteur, arrivé intact. Délai de livraison de 8 jours, parfait. Votre service commercial est très réactif et courtois. Je suis donc très satisfait et je tiens à le dire. Merci.
Yves, France
I was thrilled with the Tribal Treasure Box. Your customer service is outstanding. Shopping with you is like being back in India.
Yvonne, USA
I feel so blessed. Thank you for your wonderful service.
Vimala, USA
I appreciate your wonderful service to the yoga community. The Kali Dance of Victory statue and Lord Ganesha Granting Abhaya statue together will go toward a fundraiser for Yoga Life Society's Peace Sanctuary known as Sanctuary of Universal Light.
Vicki, USA
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Jai, USa
Fast and reliable service.
Dharma Rao, Canada
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