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  • Hanuman Pujan &Yagna

    Dear Pandit Rajeev ji,Namaskar,I would like to thank you for the very moving and spiritually uplifting experience my husband and I had today celebrating Hanumanclose
    --Kala Bharati
    USA
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What our Clients Are Saying

  • Hanuman Pujan &Yagna

    Dear Pandit Rajeev ji,Namaskar,I would like to thank you for the very moving and spiritually uplifting experience my husband and I had today celebrating Hanumanclose
    --Kala Bharati
    USA

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