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May 2021 SRI AUROBINDO SOCIETY VOL 35.05 Singapore NEWSLETTER Sri Aurobindo’s Symbol - Aspiration Aspiration Innumerable, obstinate, repeating itself tirelessly. Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Night jasmine, Tree of sadness Small fragrant salverform flower with a prominent orange corolla tube and a flat abruptly expanding white limb divided into five to eight irregular lobes; borne in few-flowered terminal cymes. A medium- sized shrub or small tree with flowers that open at night and fall by early morning carpeting the ground. Sri Aurobindo's symbol The ascending triangle represents Aspiration. Agni Agni is at once a fire of aspiration, a fire of Tapasya, a fire of transformation. Flame Elegant and triumphant in Sri Aurobindo its ardour. Hibiscus schizopetalus. Light Red

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 Guiding Light of the Month The nights follow the days, new dawns unweariedly succeed to past dawns, but always there mounts the scented flame that no storm-wind can force to vacillate. Higher it climbs and higher and one day attains the vault still closed, the last obstacle opposing our union. And so pure, so erect, so proud is the flame that suddenly the obstacle is dissolved. November 8, 1914 Prayers and Meditations, The Mother From the Editor’s Desk We are in the midst of meditating on Sri Aurobindo’s something beyond the person. When one says, “I symbol, the veritable clue to our past, present and aspire to know the Divine,” one is going beyond the future. We are adhering to The Mother’s interpretation small self and its needs, one yearns to know the Divine of the symbol. We touched upon the descending and in seeking to know the Divine, one is actually triangle in the past few weeks, considering the seeks to know all. Whatever is the Divine’s essence meanings of Sat-Chid-Ananda. In this edition, we look seeps into the seeker and beyond that, it is the Divine upon the ascending triangle which symbolises and his Love that would express in action, in life. That Aspiration. is indeed a very high state to aspire for and there is nothing limiting in this. An ambition seeks for success of the small ego self – “… my ambition is to become a successful engineer, or to own a big mansion with a fleet of luxury cars, or to become a well-acclaimed A- The Mother and Sri Aurobindo have laid immense grade artist.” Ambitions reek of a self-seeking emphasis on Aspiration, as that without which no expansion of one’s small self, or ego-self. There is no progress is possible. Sri Aurobindo writes, “Aspiration largeness in this as there is in an aspiration. Sri is one of the most essential elements conducive to the Aurobindo writes: “.aspiration represents the pure and success in sadhana. Without an aspiration to support the sacred flame of the psychic fire rising from the depths sadhaka at every step, any meaningful progress on the of consciousness. But this fire envelopes our heart and spiritual path is not only difficult but highly mind and body too and then mounts upward with an improbable.” unwavering orientation. Under its vivifying influence all the different parts of our being start aspiring in their What is an aspiration? How different is this from a characteristic fashions. Thus an effective aspiration in desire or even an ambition? Here is the answer from Sri the case of a sincere sadhaka comprises in its wide Aurobindo: “There is a gulf of difference between a sweep the indomitable willpower of the mind, the desire and an aspiration. Desires are the manifestation insatiable thirst of the heart, the plenary consent of the of the insatiable thirst and appetite of the separative vital, and the perfect opening of the physical ego-consciousness. Ego would like to remain an ego; it consciousness.” Where is the ego in all this? stubbornly refuses to dissolve its sense of separativity. But any separativity cannot but lead to an inevitable Distinguishing between the two takes some time for contraction and limitation. And because of this the novices we are. Here is a word of advice from Sri limitation it cannot but be that the actual possessions of Aurobindo: Such is the great contribution of the the ego have to suffer from many a lacuna and sadhana-movement called aspiration. But this has to be imperfection. Yet the occult truth remains that behind kept pure and free from all alien admixture. For a his outward ego-consciousness every individual human strong and insistent desire can very often take the garb being' has within him, deeply hidden behind the veil of of an aspiration and grievously deceive the sadhaka, Ignorance, the eternal Godhead with his intrinsic Will thus leading to his spiritual downfall. So it is advisable to possess the universe; for, that is his inherent divine to devote some time here to the discussion of the basic right.” difference between a movement of demand and desire and that of a genuine aspiration.” In aspiration, there is a need for progress; it seeks for 2 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 Savitri But first the spirit’s ascent we must achieve Out of the chasm from which our nature rose. The soul must soar sovereign above the form And climb to summits beyond mind’s half-sleep; Our hearts we must inform with heavenly strength, Surprise the animal with the occult god. Then kindling the gold tongue of sacrifice, Calling the powers of a bright hemisphere, We shall shed the discredit of our mortal state, Make the abysm a road for Heaven’s descent, Acquaint our depths with the supernal Ray And cleave the darkness with the mystic Fire. Sri Aurobindo Aspiration We can, simply by a sincere aspiration, open a sealed door in us and find...that Something which will change the whole significance of life, reply to all our questions, solve all our problems and lead us to the perfection we aspire for without knowing it, to that reality which alone can satisfy us and give us lasting joy, equilibrium, strength, life. The Mother * Aspiration is like an arrow. ... So you aspire, you want very earnestly to understand, to know, to enter into the Truth. Yes? And then with that aspiration you do this (gesture upwards). Your aspiration rises, rises, rises, rises straight up, very strong and then it strikes against a kind of— how to put it? — a lid which is there, hard like iron and extremely thick, and it does not pass through. 3 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 And then you say, \"See, what's the use of aspiring? It brings nothing at all. I meet with something hard and cannot pass!\" But you know about the drop of water which falls on the rock, it ends up by making a chasm: it cuts the rock from top to bottom. Your aspiration is a drop of water which, instead of falling, rises . . . and when it makes the hole suddenly it springs up out of this lid and enters an immensity of light. The Mother * Aspiration is one of the most essential elements conducive to the success in sadhana. Without an aspiration to support the sadhaka at every step, any meaningful progress on the spiritual path is not only difficult but highly improbable. Sri Aurobindo has reminded us that aspiration is one of the two crucial factors which open wide the window of spirituality, the other one being the progressive eradication of the ego-centric attitude. He has also affirmed that the difficult task the Integral Yoga has taken in hand, that is to say, the establishment of a divine life upon earth itself, can only be achieved with the conjunction of two forces: (I) a steadily mounting ardent aspiration from the side of the sadhaka, and (ii) from the Divine's side an answering Grace descending from above in response to the sadhaka 's call. And the significant fact is that wherever there is the flame of aspiration burning bright in the sadhaka' s heart, the Grace of the Divine Mother cannot but respond. But what is after all this aspiration? The sadhaka should not make any confusion here. For aspiration is not the exuberance of the vital nor the insistent hungry demand of Desire. It has a special quality of its own, also its characteristic movement and manifestation. We shall come to the discussion of these points in right time in course of this essay. For the moment let us briefly state that a veritable aspiration represents the pure and sacred flame of the psychic fire rising from the depths of consciousness. But this fire envelopes our heart and mind and body too and then mounts upward with an unwavering orientation. Under its vivifying influence all the different parts of our being start aspiring in their characteristic fashions. Thus an effective aspiration in the case of a sincere sadhaka comprises in its wide sweep the indomitable willpower of the mind, the insatiable thirst of the heart, the plenary consent of the vital, and the perfect opening of the physical consciousness. (Integral Yoga) * The only way to fail in your battle with the hostile forces is not to have a true confidence in the divine help. Sincerity in the aspiration always brings down the required succour. A quiet call, a conviction that in this ascension towards the realisation you are never walking all alone and a faith that whenever help is needed it is there, will lead you through, easily and securely. (The Mother, Questions and Answers 1929-1931) 4 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 More lines from Savitri… A mind was there that met the objective world As if a stranger or enemy at its door: Its thoughts were kneaded by the shocks of sense; It captured not the spirit in the form, It entered not the heart of what it saw; It looked not for the power behind the act, It studied not the hidden motive in things Nor strove to find the meaning of it all. Beings were there who wore a human form; Absorbed they lived in the passion of the scene, But knew not who they were or why they lived: Content to breathe, to feel, to sense, to act, Life had for them no aim save Nature’s joy And the stimulus and delight of outer things; Identified with the spirit’s outward shell, They worked for the body’s wants, they craved no more. The veiled spectator watching from their depths Fixed not his inward eye upon himself Nor turned to find the author of the plot, He saw the drama only and the stage. There was no brooding stress of deeper sense, The burden of reflection was not borne: Mind looked on Nature with unknowing eyes, Adored her boons and feared her monstrous strokes. It pondered not on the magic of her laws, It thirsted not for the secret wells of Truth, But made a register of crowding facts And strung sensations on a vivid thread: It hunted and it fled and sniffed the winds, Or slothed inert in sunshine and soft air: It sought the engrossing contacts of the world, But only to feed the surface sense with bliss. These felt life’s quiver in the outward touch, They could not feel behind the touch the soul. To guard their form of self from Nature’s harm, To enjoy and to survive was all their care. Sri Aurobindo The Human Aspiration She follows to the goal of those that are passing on beyond, she is the first in the eternal succession of the dawns that are coming, -- Usha widens bringing out that which lives, awakening someone who was dead.... What is her scope when she harmonises with the dawns that shone out before and those that now must shine? 5 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 She desires the ancient mornings and fulfils their light; projecting forwards her illumination she enters into communion with the rest that are to come. -- Kutsa Angirasa -- Rig Veda ( I. 113. 8, 10) Threefold are those supreme births of this divine force that is in the world, they are true, they are desirable; he moves there wide-overt within the Infinite and shines pure, luminous and fulfilling.... That which is immortal in mortals and possessed of the truth, is a god and established inwardly as an energy working out in our divine powers.... Become high-uplifted, O Strength, pierce all veils, manifest in us the things of the Godhead. -- Vamadeva -- Rig Veda ( IV. 1. 7; IV. 2. 1; IV. 4. 5) The earliest preoccupation of man in his awakened thoughts and, as it seems, his inevitable and ultimate preoccupation, -- for it survives the longest periods of scepticism and returns after every banishment, -- is also the highest which his thought can envisage. It manifests itself in the divination of Godhead, the impulse towards perfection, the search after pure Truth and unmixed Bliss, the sense of a secret immortality. The ancient dawns of human knowledge have left us their witness to this constant aspiration; today we see a humanity satiated but not satisfied by victorious analysis of the externalities of Nature preparing to return to its primeval longings. The earliest formula of Wisdom promises to be its last, -- God, Light, Freedom, Immortality. These persistent ideals of the race are at once the contradiction of its normal experience and the affirmation of higher and deeper experiences which are abnormal to humanity and only to be attained, in their organised entirety, by a revolutionary individual effort or an evolutionary general progression. To know, possess and be the divine being in an animal and egoistic consciousness, to convert our twilit or obscure physical mentality into the plenary supramental illumination, to build peace and a self-existent bliss where there is only a stress of transitory satisfactions besieged by physical pain and emotional suffering, to establish an infinite freedom in a world which presents itself as a group of mechanical necessities, to discover and realise the immortal life in a body subjected to death and constant mutation, -- this is offered to us as the manifestation of God in Matter and the goal of Nature in her terrestrial evolution. To the ordinary material intellect which takes its present organisation of consciousness for the limit of its possibilities, the direct contradiction of the unrealised ideals with the realised fact is a final argument against their validity. But if we take a more deliberate view of the world's workings, that direct opposition appears rather as part of Nature's profoundest method and the seal of her completest sanction. For all problems of existence are essentially problems of harmony. They arise from the perception of an unsolved discord and the instinct of an undiscovered agreement or unity. To rest content with an unsolved discord is possible for the practical and more animal part of man, but impossible for his fully awakened mind, and usually even his practical parts only escape from the general necessity either by shutting out the problem or by accepting a rough, utilitarian and unillumined compromise. For essentially, all Nature seeks a harmony, life and matter in their own sphere as much as mind in the arrangement of its perceptions. The greater the apparent disorder of the materials offered or the apparent disparateness, even to irreconcilable opposition, of the elements that have to be utilised, the stronger is the spur, and it drives towards a more subtle and puissant order than can normally be the result of a less difficult endeavour. The accordance of active Life with a material of form in which the condition of activity itself seems to be inertia, is one problem of opposites that Nature has solved and seeks always to solve better with greater complexities; for its perfect solution would be the material immortality of a fully organised mind- supporting animal body. The accordance of conscious mind and conscious will with a form and a life in themselves not overtly self-conscious and capable at best of a mechanical or sub-conscious will is another problem of opposites in which she has produced astonishing results and aims always at higher marvels; for there her ultimate miracle would be an animal consciousness no longer seeking but possessed of Truth 6 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 and Light, with the practical omnipotence which would result from the possession of a direct and perfected knowledge. Not only, then, is the upward impulse of man towards the accordance of yet higher opposites rational in itself, but it is the only logical completion of a rule and an effort that seem to be a fundamental method of Nature and the very sense of her universal strivings. We speak of the evolution of Life in Matter, the evolution of Mind in Matter; but evolution is a word which merely states the phenomenon without explaining it. For there seems to be no reason why Life should evolve out of material elements or Mind out of living form, unless we accept the Vedantic solution that Life is already involved in Matter and Mind in Life because in essence Matter is a form of veiled Life, Life a form of veiled Consciousness. And then there seems to be little objection to a farther step in the series and the admission that mental consciousness may itself be only a form and a veil of higher states which are beyond Mind. In that case, the unconquerable impulse of man towards God, Light, Bliss, Freedom, Immortality presents itself in its right place in the chain as simply the imperative impulse by which Nature is seeking to evolve beyond Mind, and appears to be as natural, true and just as the impulse towards Life which she has planted in certain forms of Matter or the impulse towards Mind which she has planted in certain forms of Life. As there, so here, the impulse exists more or less obscurely in her different vessels with an ever-ascending series in the power of its will-to-be; as there, so here, it is gradually evolving and bound fully to evolve the necessary organs and faculties. As the impulse towards Mind ranges from the more sensitive reactions of Life in the metal and the plant up to its full organisation in man, so in man himself there is the same ascending series, the preparation, if nothing more, of a higher and divine life. The animal is a living laboratory in which Nature has, it is said, worked out man. Man himself may well be a thinking and living laboratory in whom and with whose conscious co-operation she wills to work out the superman, the god. Or shall we not say, rather, to manifest God? For if evolution is the progressive manifestation by Nature of that which slept or worked in her, involved, it is also the overt realisation of that which she secretly is. We cannot, then, bid her pause at a given stage of her evolution, nor have we the right to condemn with the religionist as perverse and presumptuous or with the rationalist as a disease or hallucination any intention she may evince or effort she may make to go beyond. If it be true that Spirit is involved in Matter and apparent Nature is secret God, then the manifestation of the divine in himself and the realisation of God within and without are the highest and most legitimate aim possible to man upon earth. Thus the eternal paradox and eternal truth of a divine life in an animal body, an immortal aspiration or reality inhabiting a mortal tenement, a single and universal consciousness representing itself in limited minds and divided egos, a transcendent, indefinable, timeless and spaceless Being who alone renders time and space and cosmos possible, and in all these the higher truth realisable by the lower term, justify themselves to the deliberate reason as well as to the persistent instinct or intuition of mankind. Attempts are sometimes made to have done finally with questionings which have so often been declared insoluble by logical thought and to persuade men to limit their mental activities to the practical and immediate problems of their material existence in the universe; but such evasions are never permanent in their effect. Mankind returns from them with a more vehement impulse of inquiry or a more violent hunger for an immediate solution. By that hunger mysticism profits and new religions arise to replace the old that have been destroyed or stripped of significance by a scepticism which itself could not satisfy because, although its business was inquiry, it was unwilling sufficiently to inquire. The attempt to deny or stifle a truth because it is yet obscure in its outward workings and too often represented by obscurantist superstition or a crude faith, is itself a kind of obscurantism. The will to escape from a cosmic necessity because it is arduous, difficult to justify by immediate tangible results, slow in regulating its operations, must turn out eventually to have been no acceptance of the truth of Nature but a revolt against the secret, mightier will of the great Mother. It is better and more rational to accept what she will not allow us as a race to reject and lift it from the sphere of blind instinct, obscure intuition and random aspiration into the light of reason and an instructed and consciously self-guiding will. And if there is any higher light of illumined intuition or self-revealing truth which is now in man either obstructed and inoperative or works with intermittent glancings as if from behind a veil or with occasional displays as of the northern lights in our material skies, then there also we need not fear to aspire. For it is likely that such is the next higher state of 7 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 consciousness of which Mind is only a form and veil, and through the splendours of that light may lie the path of our progressive self-enlargement into whatever highest state is humanity's ultimate resting-place. (Sri Aurobindo, Book I, Chapter I of The Life Divine, SABCL Vol. 18) April 2021 Sunday Activities at the Centre - A glimpse 4 April 2021: Savitri Reading Circle The session started with the reading of passages from Savitri - The Soul’s Choice and the Supreme Consummation, Book 11, Canto One, pages 702 to 703. The God Head of the Savitri’s Vision Speaks to her as follows. In the world where my knowledge and my ignorance co-exist, where God is not seen but is only heard of as Name, where knowledge is combined in the narrow boundaries of mind, where life is a slave of desire and where Matter covers and conceals the soul from its own sight, you both are my Force at work to uplift the earth’s fate, you are my own self that ascends the immense range extending between the two ends of the Spirit’s night and day, obscurity and light, Ignorance and Knowledge, In conscience and Super conscience. For yet shall men look up to the summits of God, feel God around them like an enfolding air, and rest on God as on an unshakable base. Also, the emerging splendour of the spirit shall grow on the mind like a waxing moon and light up man’s life upon his road to God. But that is not all. Much more is veiled in God’s Beyond and that too shall reveal itself one day in the future. In my way of looking at the above we are now like an incense stick put in a box; we should really pray to Lord Agni to light our inner incense stick, our spirit to raise high like the fragrance enveloping the universal spirit, burning our ego to ashes! 11 April 2021: Readings on The Mother - Sri Aurobindo We continued with chapter 6 of \"The Mother\". Sri Aurobindo tells us that, “The Mother not only governs all from above but also descends into this lesser triple universe. Impersonally, all things here, even the movements of the Ignorance, are herself in veiled power. Moved by the mysterious fiat of the Supreme, she has consented to the great sacrifice and has put on like a mask the soul and forms of the Ignorance. Personally, she has stooped to descend here into the Darkness so that she may lead it to Light, convert Falsehood and Error into the Truth, convert Death into godlike Life, and transform world-pain and suffering into sublime Ananda. In her deep and great love for her children, she has consented to put on herself the cloak of this obscurity, condescended to bear the attacks and torturing influences of the powers of the Darkness and the Falsehood, borne to pass through the portals of the birth that is death, taken upon herself the pangs and sorrows and sufferings of the creation, since it seemed that thus alone could it be lifted to the Light and Joy and Truth and eternal Life. This is the holocaust of Prakriti, the sacrifice of the Divine Mother. Four great Aspects of the Mother, four of her leading Powers and Personalities have stood in front in her guidance of this universe and in her dealings with the terrestrial play. They are Maheshwari, Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati, and their attributes are, respectively, Wisdom, Strength, Harmony and Perfection.” 18 April 2021: The Secrets of The Veda, ‘Agni, the Illumined Will (Rig Veda Madala 1, Sukta77), pages 276 to 284 8 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 This is the 2nd newly resumed session of the above topic. It started with the conventional recitation of the 5 Riks contained. Since Sri Aurobindo’s translation of these verses are in chronological order, for the future sessions, we decided to take them up together with word by word meaning at the right place, in line with his commentary. Jared opened up the discussion to highlight how clearly Agni is not just the fire-god but the most prominent and most universal of the Vedic Gods. He is not only the Divine Will in the manifested nature but equally the Will in Prana too. He, in the sacrifices, is the priest of the offering, summoner of the Gods, Fire that prepares, perfects, assimilates, Heat of Life energy and most Truthful, strongest in Power etc., Later, the members present read the lines of Sri Aurobindo’s commentary for a couple of pages from Page 278, followed by discussion. This coverage contained:  Agni is the Will in the mind clarifying it by aspiration  He leads the thoughts towards effective power  He leads the active energies towards light  His Divine birth-place is the Truth, the Infinity & vast Cosmic Intelligence  Agni fulfilled becomes mighty in his own home  Transition from mind to supermind – Rishi of this hymn Gotama Rahugana seeks for the inspired Word  Vedic sacrifice – psychologically as a symbol of cosmic & individual activity. 18 April 2021: The Mother’s Questions and Answers – Sri Aurobindo’s Aphorisms The following aphorisms were taken up this day: 28 November 1956 “When we have passed beyond knowings, then we shall have Knowledge. Reason was the helper; Reason is the bar. “When we have passed beyond willings, then we shall have Power. Effort was the helper; Effort is the bar. “When we have passed beyond enjoyings, then we shall have Bliss. Desire was the helper; Desire is the bar. “When we have passed beyond individualising, then we shall be real Persons. Ego was the helper; Ego is the bar. “When we have passed beyond humanity, then we shall be the Man. The Animal was the helper; the Animal is the bar.” Sri Aurobindo, Thoughts and Glimpses, SABCL, Vol. 16, p. 377 Here is an excerpt, a poignant message from the passage shared: Sweet Mother, what kind of a state is it in which one has passed beyond all enjoyings? 9 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 Well, it is a desireless state in which one lives — as Sri Aurobindo explains later — in an Ananda which has no cause, which does not depend on any circumstances, inner or outer, which is a permanent state, independent of the circumstances of life, causeless. One is in Ananda because one is in Ananda. And in fact it is simply because one has become aware of the divine Reality. But one cannot feel the Ananda unless one has become desireless. If one has desires, all one feels is just pleasures and enjoyments, but that is not Ananda. Ananda has an altogether different nature and can only manifest in the being when the desires are abolished. So long as one is a being of desire, one cannot feel the Ananda; even were a force of Ananda to descend, it would immediately be falsified by the presence of desires. (Silence) It was a meaningful Sunday with these aphorisms and The Mother’s words. 25 April 2021: Readings and Reflections – The Inner Journey The reflective question, “My life as journey and my inner states at different points in this journey’ was attempted by the participants. Two members offered their reflections for the facilitator’s reading. They recounted life painted gleefully across the pages with occasional dips into the inner countries. Four of us came forward to share significant events in life and our inner state of being then, inner being that state inside which is usually not privy to anyone on the outside. The sharing was spontaneous and each one of us could in many ways relate with the sharing. We read the first paragraph of the reading posted for the day titled: “What is myself?” The members were sent away for the week with two reflection questions to work on: 1. What is my deepest aspiration? (a reflection to be carried out in a silent space and with quietude within; to plunge as deeply as possible and fish out that deeper aspiration burning somewhere deep within). 2. Who am I? What is the perception of this “myself”? The first question also called for us to know what an aspiration was compared with an ambition. More readings will be posted on this. Jayanlakshmi, Ram, Krishnamoorthy, Shailaja, Jayanthy 10 Aspiration

Aspiration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. May 2021 PROGRAMME FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 2021 DATE TIME DETAILS Monthly Morning Walk * 8 AM Study Circle - Savitri - by Venkatesh Rao** 2 May 2021 Sunday 6 PM 9 May 2021 6 PM Readings on The Mother by Sri Aurobindo - Ram Sunday Study Circle by Krishnamurthy and Jared: 5 PM Hymns to the Mystic Fire 16 May 2021 Sunday Mother’s Questions and Answers. - Shailaja Readings and Reflections: The Inner Journey – Jayanthy** 6 PM Readings and Reflections: The Inner Journey – Jayanthy 23 May 2021 6 PM Sunday 30 May 2021 6 PM Sunday *Details can be found in the SAS Whatsapp Group ** Please note that “Readings and Reflections – The Inner Journey” will take place on the 1st Sunday of May while the “Savitri Study Circle” will take place on the 4th Sunday in a direct exchange. ONLY FOR MONTH OF MAY. Also, the fifth Sunday this month will also be taken up for Readings and Reflection: The Inner Journey. Printed and Published by The Sri Aurobindo Society of Singapore 2A Starlight Road 01-07, Singapore 217755. Ramadoss: 97354063 or [email protected]; Anand Patel:[email protected]; Email: [email protected] Visit our website at: 11 Aspiration

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