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Marc Chagall: Artist, Dreamer and Innovator, Part 1 of 2

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Marc Chagall: Artist, Dreamer and Innovator, Part 1 of 2

The Russian-French artist Marc Chagall was hailed as one of the giants of European Modernism in the visual arts, during the 20th century. Love and religion, and then later, peace and humanity, were the prominent subjects in his work, presented in a dreamlike, lyrical or metaphorical way. How did Marc Chagall begin his artistic journey? Let’s go back to his origins. He was the eldest of nine childr
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2020-02-13   636 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-02-13

A Return to Modest Fashion with Ms. Tasleem Bulbulia

00:13:21

A Return to Modest Fashion with Ms. Tasleem Bulbulia

Ms. Tasleem Bulbulia is a successful fashion designer from South Africa and founder of “Bulbulia Threads,” a leading modest fashion brand. Modest fashion is a new clothing trend that strives to dress women stylishly and elegantly without the need to be revealing. “I grew up in South Africa, a western country, as a Muslim woman. And when I was growing up, we always just dressed up more modestly than other people. But we still dressed very fashionably. Modest fashion has been around for a millennia, forever. I mean, if you look at any of the old biblical stories, Mother Mary, so whether they’re nuns or Jewish women or Muslim women, they’ve always covered up, modesty. And for me modesty is not only about covering up because modestly goes beyond that. So modesty is a lifestyle.” Ms. Tasleem uses her design talents to spread the Islam message of peace and love, a message that resonates across borders with all races and religions. She finds ways to incorporate this important motif into all her designs. “This is my peace print. It’s in Arabic’s font and it has obviously a peace sign and what it says is 'peace and love.' And the reason I chose it as a motif, the word Islam means peace and submission and love. Because really Islam is a religion of love. And so I just want to leave everybody with a positive message, and that’s why I constantly wear my peace sign, peace out, peace in. And really it’s just to live life peacefully and to be at peace with all living creatures, be it the earth, the food we eat, the animals, the people we live with, with everybody, you need to be peaceful. I mean that’s really what we have been put on earth for.” We thank Ms. Tasleem Bulbulia for pioneering the modest fashion trend. May your inspiring designs continue to empower women with beauty, elegance and self-confidence.
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2020-10-15   518 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-10-15

A Heart-warming Vegan Lunar New Year Hot-pot Banquet, Part 2 of 5

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A Heart-warming Vegan Lunar New Year Hot-pot Banquet, Part 2 of 5

Spring is the time of blooming flowers, green buds and blue sky. In the cycle of the universe, there is no other presence to make human heart so happy more than the presence of Spring and Beloved Master. Now, we invite you to enjoy the next performance to be presented by the Aulacese initiates, entitled “The First Spring.” “Hi, Master. This is the first spring we celebrate Happy Lunar New Year in the New Land, so we want to sing ‘The First Spring.’ It has lyrics: The mother looking at the child to go home and sit down.” “OK. Thank you. Good idea.” “Spring gently comes with the swallows A mother watches her returning children That spring we dreamt of is coming for the first time. Tears falling on his shoulders, Teardrops warm his shoulders. Happy moments seem glistening Oh, this moment, How I love my homeland in the first joyful spring! Oh, this moment! in your hand the first time, life is harmonious. From now on, people know their homeland. From now on, people know to love others.” Our next performance will be “Ganggangsullae” by the Korean choir. “Ganggangsullae With the South and the North hold hands Ganggangsullae Peaceful reunification of Korea Ganggangsullae The whole world with love Ganggangsullae A beautiful vegan world Ganggangsullae To the new Buddha’s Land Ganggangsullae Let's all go together Ganggangsullae Pray for Master’s longevity Ganggangsullae Be with us forever” Now, we are going to have a song about the homeland. The homeland in each person’s heart is the most beautiful, the most divine, and the closest thing. “The song of homeland, song of love, song of our hometown is so close to the heart.” Next, we welcome the performance titled “Searching for the Song of Love” to be presented by an Aulacese initiate. After enjoying a traditional folk song from Âu Lạc (Vietnam), a sister from China a sister from China will bring us a brilliant “Tai Chi Flower.”
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2020-08-04   577 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-08-04

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 3 of 4

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Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 3 of 4

“One of my main bits of advice for people who are photographing animals who want to show them or bring out the individual is to get down. Usually often, animals are smaller than us, so to get down and to get close and just to be patient and stay still and let them come to you and let them express their curiosity about you, and then you will be able to photograph something of that animal that is more about them and less about us looking down at them. What I really want to show is ‘we animals’ and how we are treating those animals. And so, it’s important to me to show the constructs that we have created in which we keep these animals. And so sometimes, the animal is not even really the subject of the photo – it’s everything that’s happening around that animal that we have done, that we have constructed.” “And I’ve also spent some time photographing at slaughterhouses recently. I’m just witnessing, I’m focusing on the individuals who are being slaughtered, and this is literally hell on Earth. I just can’t believe that we have created systems that work this way and that, not only do we slaughter beautiful living beings, but we do it in front of them, in front of all the others. It’s absolutely horrific, and it’s worldwide. It’s a complete lack of respect for all others, and it really is shocking. And that’s why, unfortunately, I have to keep getting up close to the slaughter so that we can all see that this is really how we’re doing it.”
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2020-05-29   471 అభిప్రాయాలు
ఎస్తెటిక్ రెల్మ్స్ ఎ జర్నీ
2020-05-29

Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 2 of 3

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Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 2 of 3

Mr. Huberman was a Jewish violinist born in Czestochowa, Poland, in 1882. Amid growing anti-Semitic policies that rippled across Europe during the 1930s, premier Jewish musicians found themselves jobless and their lives threatened. Mr. Huberman realized that his orchestra was a way to save his fellow musicians and began to tirelessly work to fulfil that dream. Eventually, he was able to rescue nearly 1,000 musicians and their families and formed the Palestine Symphony Orchestra. In 1948, when the State of Israel was created, the orchestra was renamed as the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO). Today, the IPO is a leading internationally renowned orchestra, that travels and performs worldwide with other acclaimed musicians. Mr. Arturo Toscanini, the conductor who led the Palestine Symphony Orchestra at its debut, was one of the greatest operatic conductors of his time. Through the years, Mr. Toscanini worked with many prominent music companies around the world, such as La Scala Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and of course, the Palestine Symphony Orchestra. He refused an invitation to perform at the prestigious Wagner music festival, and instead, traveled to Palestine in 1936 to conduct the inaugural concert of the all-Jewish refugee orchestra, the Palestine Symphony Orchestra. In 1987, he was posthumously honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Isabel Allende is an accomplished refugee writer and was called “the world’s most widely read Spanish-language author.” Inspired by her tumultuous life, Ms. Allende often writes about freedom of thought and liberation of women in a patriarchal society. She has been honored worldwide for her astounding works, including the Chilean National Prize for Literature, Library of Congress Creative Achievement Award for Fiction, honorary Doctorates from Harvard, and other distinguished universities, and countless other awards. Always an advocate for equal rights, on December 9, 1996, in honor of her late daughter, Paula Frias Allende, Ms. Allende established the Isabel Allende Foundation, “dedicated to supporting programs that promote and preserve the fundamental rights of women and children to be empowered and protected.”
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2020-06-20   587 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-06-20

Rejoice for A Glorious New Era

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Rejoice for A Glorious New Era

As 2020 is not just any new year, but one that marks the beginning of a glorious era. Haven’t you heard the greatest news in the history of Earth revealed by Supreme Master Ching Hai on November 24, 2019? “Maya is gone! The negative force is also gone. And the force of karma is gone! Thanks all the Godses, all the Universal Beings, Who put all Their power together;otherwise, it won't work. Oh, endless of beings that you cannot even see how many, they're just jumping and crying, happy, very much.” So you see, we have all the reasons to celebrate for better and brighter days to come for all beings on Earth. Please join our Association members for a grand celebration! First our brothers and sisters from Bali, Indonesia will present a traditional song and dance entitled “Greet the Golden Age.” Finally, our Nepalese brothers will play a piece of traditional music called “Auspicious Tune” dedicated to this special New Year. Happy New Year! Vegan world will be!
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2020-01-01   870 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-01-01

Angélique Kidjo: Voice of Diversity, Freedom and Dignity

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Angélique Kidjo: Voice of Diversity, Freedom and Dignity

Angélique Kidjo is a 4-time Grammy Award winner, singer, songwriter, actress, and human rights activist. She was born on July 14, 1960 in Benin to a loving family, and surrounded by music and dance. She grew up listening to both Beninese traditional music and international music. By the age of six, Angélique was already performing on stage with her mother’s theatre troupe, and was beloved by audiences. Ms. Kidjo was lucky to be born in such a broad-minded family. Her parents encouraged free thinking and speech at home, and believed in the power of an education. This nurtured her self-confidence and fearless spirit. Ms. Kidjo published her memoir, Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music, in 2014 with the foreword written by the Most Reverend Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. The book recounts her childhood experiences, dangerous escape to France, and the many obstacles she had to overcome to pursue her music dream. Angélique Kidjo is multi-lingual, being fluent in French, English, Fon, Yoruba, and Gen, and sings in several languages. She views the world as a big community. There are no boundaries to the creativity and humanity of this African sensation, as she strives to unite the world through music. Her inspirational messages and efforts to promote equality for all was recognized and was named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2002. Using music, the universal language of humanity, she hopes to better the lives of her fellow Africans, along with the cultural differences in the world. Her soulful voice resonates with people’s hearts, and inspires the common dream of every living being, a peaceful world for all to live in love and dignity.
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2020-04-23   498 అభిప్రాయాలు
ఎస్తెటిక్ రెల్మ్స్ ఎ జర్నీ
2020-04-23

Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 1 of 3

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Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 1 of 3

June 20th was declared World Refugee Day by the United Nations. Throughout the long history of humankind, there have been refugees all over the world, as the result of conflicts or natural or human-made disasters. In our three-part show, we pay tribute to some of the distinguished artists, who happened to be refugees. These special individuals imbue their struggles, love, and longing into moving creations of music, art, and literature that endure the test of time. Hungarian-born Jewish orchestral and operatic conductor, Sir Georg Solti, is an excellent example of the positive impact to society one refugee can achieve. After graduating from the prestigious Franz Liszt Academy, his blossoming career as a conductor was halted by conflict and he became a religious refugee. After the war, Mr. Solti returned to prominence and was appointed music director by many renowned music companies, such as the Bavarian State Opera, Covent Garden Opera Company and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, helping them achieve even greater international recognition in the operatic and classical music world. In 1968, Queen Elizabeth II awarded him with the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and knighted him in 1972. Renowned universities such as Harvard, Yale, Oxford, DePaul, and the Royal College of Music have awarded him with honorary fellowships and degrees. The music industry honored him with 31 Grammy Awards, 14 Grand Prix Mondial du Disque awards, and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996. Near the end of his fulfilling life, Mr. Solti founded the World Orchestra for Peace, a large gathering of 81 musicians from 40 nations. In his own words, Mr. Solti believed in the “unique strength of music as an ambassador for peace.” The Orchestra debuted in Geneva to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the United Nations in 1995.
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2020-06-16   630 అభిప్రాయాలు
ఎస్తెటిక్ రెల్మ్స్ ఎ జర్నీ
2020-06-16

Celebrating the Sacred Motherhood, Part 3 of 5

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Celebrating the Sacred Motherhood, Part 3 of 5

Now, let's continue watching part 3. "Missing Mother on Mother's Day" is a song praising a mother's love. It shows a kind and diligent nomadic mother standing in the wind missing her son far away. The second performance is a melodious song which carries the nostalgia of the vast grassland, blended harmoniously with the introspective and open-minded Mongolian dance. Thereby, it expresses the nostalgic feeling of a traveler who has been away from his homeland for a long time. "Birds are chirping and dawn has come, Red sun is rising on the horizon, Longing of all these years have not brought back my beloved mother. Through the sprouting desire in a dreaming heart, for the universe to make my mom immortal?" Next, let's welcome our Iranian initiate, who lives in Australia now. She will recite Rumi's poem "Come, the Beloved is Here," and perform a Kurdish festival dance. The poem by Rumi tells the internal quest for God. The dance is a group dance generally, to elevate the spirit through adversity. "You have gone hundred times this long journey to reach that House (Kaaba). Try once to come to the roof of this House. Once enter the state of Ihram, your journey in desert has finished. But you should totally get rid of this physical body."
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2020-05-05   747 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-05-05

Faran Ensemble, Part 1 of 2

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Faran Ensemble, Part 1 of 2

Three musicians from Israel, each with various backgrounds and versed in different instruments, aspired to create a new type of music. The result being a more spiritually inspired variety that speaks to the soul and touches the heart. Sharing the same lofty ideals, they formed the Faran Ensemble, hoping to transcend cultural boundaries with moving melodies of peace and harmony, inspired by the beautiful serenity of nature that surrounds us all. The members of the ensemble are Roy Smila, the kamancheh player, Rafael Ben-Zichry, the Daf player, and Gad Tidhar, the oud player. Their music combines a wide range of genres, such as Arabic and Turkish Makam, Azeri Mugam, Persian Dastgah, as well as western classical music and jazz. Now let’s listen to a piece called, “The Prophet of Emotion” from their second album, Fata Morgana, played in backdrop of the serene and majestic Shaharut desert sunrise.
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2020-04-09   739 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-04-09

Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 3 of 3

00:17:49

Refugee Artists – Ambassadors of Peace, Culture, and Humanity, Part 3 of 3

The South African singer, songwriter, and actress, Miriam Makeba, is an iconic figure in the anti-Apartheid movement. For her anti-discrimination stance, her passport was revoked and she became a stateless person. Miriam Makeba relocated to Guinea in 1968, due to growing civil rights controversy in the US. For her tireless efforts to speak up against social injustice, she was honored with the Dag Hammarskjöld Peace Prize in 1986, the Otto Hahn Peace Medal in Gold in 2001, several honorary doctorates, and the Presidential Award in 1999 from the President of South Africa, His Excellency Nelson Mandela. She is fondly remembered as the “Empress of African Song” and “Mama Africa.” Mariela Shaker was born in Aleppo, Syria, in 1990. She enrolled at the Arabic Institute of Music in 1999 and graduated in 2004 as a distinguished violinist. Mariela returned home in 2013, but her flourishing music career was halted by the war. A full-tuition scholarship from Monmouth College in the US provided her a way to escape the conflict. She then acted as the concertmaster for the Monmouth College Chamber Orchestra for a few years before pursuing another full-tuition scholarship to study for her Master’s in Performance at DePaul University. After graduating from DePaul, Mariela Shaker went on to perform with many prestigious symphony orchestras and was often invited to play at important events in front of leaders around the world. Mariela was named “Champion of Change for World Refugee” by His Excellency President Barack Obama in 2015. She was appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees High Profile Supporter in 2017 and received the first-ever Anne Frank Promisekeeper Award in 2018. In a Palestinian refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus, the capital of Syria, Mr. Aeham Ahmad, known as “The Pianist of Yarmouk,” used to wheel his piano out daily into the rubble-filled streets of the war-torn city to play comforting songs and melodies. In 2015, he risked his life to cross a stormy sea, then through Turkey, Greece, Serbia, Croatia, Austria, and finally reached Germany, where he had many kind supporters who offered assistance. In 2016, Mr. Ahmad was awarded the International Beethoven Prize for Human Rights, Peace, Inclusion and the Fight Against Poverty.
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2020-06-23   538 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-06-23

Remix the Future with Grizz Leon (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Remix the Future with Grizz Leon (vegan), Part 1 of 2

Grizz Leon, also known as “Bounce” and “Nibiru,” is a multi-talented musician, rapper, vocalist, and producer from the United States. With the ability to effortlessly blend different genres of music, such as reggae, rock, hip-hop, and R&B (rhythm and blues), he has made many rhythmical and upbeat musical pieces, including “Seize the Moment,” “Nibiru Possibilities,” “Remix The Future,” and “Keep The World Turning,” all of which he often shares through social media. Although he has been visually impaired since the age of 16, Mr. Leon brings happiness, light, inspiration, and positive messages through his songs and lyrics. Supreme Master Television had the honor of interviewing Mr. Leon at the 2018 SoCal VegFest in Los Angeles. “Because I knew where I came from. I knew where I got started, and all those motivations, pushed me forward. When you are doing music that will heal people, you want it to heal people. Then a spiritual aspect comes out of it, doesn’t even matter what religion you are from.” Let's watch an amazing vocal performance by Mr. Leon at the SoCal VegFest in 2018.
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2020-05-16   505 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-05-16

Moroccan African Cultural Centre: Joyously Uniting Cultures, Part 1 of 2

00:13:30

Moroccan African Cultural Centre: Joyously Uniting Cultures, Part 1 of 2

The Moroccan African Cultural Centre was created in 2010 by Mr. Christian Adda, Mr. Olivier Sonkeng, and Ms. Odile Bories. Busy and vibrant, the Centre celebrates culture, art, and development, bringing together all the Sub-Saharan communities in Morocco. Services and activities promote the wellbeing, expansion, and growth of African people, their traditions, and cultures. “Our first objective is
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2020-01-30   540 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-01-30

Dance to Make Peace with Choreographer Ms. Eun Me Ahn

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Dance to Make Peace with Choreographer Ms. Eun Me Ahn

Our show today will feature the famous Korean dancer and choreographer, Ms. Eun-Me Ahn and her dance creation, “North Korean Dance,” which fosters peace and understanding among people. What inspired Ms. Eun-Me Ahn to create North Korea Dance and what is her vision for the future of the two Koreas? “Because we have some people in the South from North Korea, and they never went up to their home, and sometimes we watched them crying. And one day, if we re-unite, what’s going to happen? Especially I am a dancer, and in dance, if we meet together, going to happen? And at some point, I found out that in YouTube, there are some North Korea dances and then you can see their dances. And l’ve been thinking about maybe someday learning their dances with the South Korean dancers, which is my company, and then we mix together; it can be one of the ideas for futuristic dancing in Korea; that’s why I started this project.” The choreographer of North Korea Dance, which appeared on the stages of Seoul and Paris, in 2018 and 2019. Through this dance, Ms. Eun-Me Ahn displays the humanity, goodness, and brightness of the North Korean people, and our mutual desire for peace and happiness.
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2020-04-27   580 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-04-27

Remix the Future with Grizz Leon (vegan), Part 2 of 2

00:12:44

Remix the Future with Grizz Leon (vegan), Part 2 of 2

In today’s program, we get a little more insight about what led Mr. Leon to the vegan diet. “I haven’t been a vegan or vegetarian for long, but I have been really working on throughout years to know and study. For me as a rapper and as a singer, I feel like, me going full vegan, and really showing my body that I care and I respect my body and respect Mother Earth more.”Mr. Leon is an independent thinker. “I would love to remix the future by changing anything and everything that’s harmful to your body, to your mind, and to your soul. I need to remix the future and I need help. And I want people around me, people that I know; people that know other people that are in the same like mind, to want to remix this future and do something different. Change the future.” We salute Mr. Leon for choosing to live a compassionate vegan lifestyle, and leading the way to a brighter future through positive and uplifting music. His music and songs always consist of very positive lyrics with inspiring messages. Now, let's listen to a song called “Humanity” by Grizz Leon and Frank C.
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2020-05-21   809 అభిప్రాయాలు
ఎస్తెటిక్ రెల్మ్స్ ఎ జర్నీ
2020-05-21

Moroccan African Cultural Centre: Joyously Uniting Cultures, Part 2 of 2

00:14:12

Moroccan African Cultural Centre: Joyously Uniting Cultures, Part 2 of 2

We welcome back Mr. Christian Adda as he speaks about how the African Cultural Centre welcomes project proposals from artists, and supports the artists in bringing their projects to fruition. “We have a lot of them. We try to sort them out so that it stays in the vision of what we want to do, of promoting African culture and making this culture known.” As Mr. Adda explains, media plays an importan
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2020-02-07   443 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2020-02-07
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