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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Bilvaa replied | 3 days ago

For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to...  more»
For singing you should listen to the song on a melodic instrument or through a vocal rendering. For learning to sing better you need guidance from a vocal guru. Listening to the tal or tabla will only help in the tempo or speed regulation of the song. It will not help you with the tune. Tabla is a beat instrument and is not a melodic instrument. You need melody for being able to sing, to see where the song goes high or low in term of the pitch and notes. Hope this helps... Best Wishes «less

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Tejan replied | 2 days ago

tabla is used for practising the speed of your singing and any melody instrument like harmonium , guitar are used for practicing your scale, pitch, sur of your vocals.

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Joe 4 days ago in  Music Classes

Is it possible to learn drums at 60 years without any music experience

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J. replied | 3 days ago

Yes it's possible.. if u practice in proper way

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Saurabh replied | 3 days ago

Absolutely

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Rudrarup replied | 22 May

By following a teacher first. Learning to play guitar is not a proper question where you can know everything. You need to learn music and nurture it so that you can play the instrument.

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Shekhar replied | 5 days ago

First have to learn and then play, it's so simple as easy as ABC dude.

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Bilvaa replied | 1 day ago

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute...  more»
You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute or
3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or
4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or
5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or
6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music

IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs. «less

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Krishnamohan replied | 1 day ago

If you have professional qualifications related to music you can get music related opening in music colleges, universities. It will be added advantage if you have specialised training under any famous guru. Online teaching is very popular now where you can get payment in foriegn currencies too.

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Bilvaa replied | 1 day ago

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute...  more»
You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute or
3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or
4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or
5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or
6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music

IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs. «less

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Krishnamohan replied | 1 day ago

If you have professional qualifications related to music you can get music related opening in music colleges, universities. It will be added advantage if you have specialised training under any famous guru. Online teaching is very popular now where you can get payment in foriegn currencies too.

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Bilvaa replied | 1 day ago

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute...  more»
You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute or
3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or
4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or
5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or
6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music

IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs. «less

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Krishnamohan replied | 1 day ago

If you have professional qualifications related to music you can get music related opening in music colleges, universities. It will be added advantage if you have specialised training under any famous guru. Online teaching is very popular now where you can get payment in foriegn currencies too.

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Bilvaa replied | 1 day ago

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute...  more»
You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills.

Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or
2) if you run your institute or
3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or
4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or
5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or
6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music

IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs. «less

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Krishnamohan replied | 1 day ago

If you have professional qualifications related to music you can get music related opening in music colleges, universities. It will be added advantage if you have specialised training under any famous guru. Online teaching is very popular now where you can get payment in foriegn currencies too.

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Shashi replied | 22 May

Hi this is Shashi I was hectic with my work sorry, tell me your time and days.

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Malabika replied | 6 days ago

Your query seems not directed at any particular teacher..so, in general terms, class-timings n fee vary from teacher to teacher

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Destiny Digital Music Academy replied | 11 May

There are lots of them available in the market depends which system you want to use it for MAC or Windows?

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Amrit replied | 5 days ago

Bro go for Waves vst they work in any DAW like logic x,Protools. They are the best for mixing and mastering

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PATIL 08 May in  Carnatic Music classes

What is history of C++?

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Vani replied | 19 May

The C++ programming language has a history going back to 1979, when Bjarne Stroustrup was doing work for his Ph.D. thesis. One of the languages Stroustrup had the opportunity to work with was a language called Simula, which as the name implies is a language primarily designed for simulations. The Simula 67 language which was the variant that Stroustrup worked with, is regarded...  more»
The C++ programming language has a history going back to 1979, when Bjarne Stroustrup was doing work for his Ph.D. thesis. One of the languages Stroustrup had the opportunity to work with was a language called Simula, which as the name implies is a language primarily designed for simulations. The Simula 67 language which was the variant that Stroustrup worked with, is regarded as the first language to support the object-oriented programming paradigm. Stroustrup found that this paradigm was very useful for software development, however the Simula language was far too slow for practical use. «less

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Vani replied | 20 May

The first C++ compiler known as cfront was written by the developer at AT&T. It strong ties to C language.

At the beginning, the developer and other scientists viewed the work done as an extension of C language. Actually Bjarne Stroustup wanted to add some new features in the subset of C++ that support Object Oriented concepts. In the subsequent years, he succeeded in...  more»
The first C++ compiler known as cfront was written by the developer at AT&T. It strong ties to C language.

At the beginning, the developer and other scientists viewed the work done as an extension of C language. Actually Bjarne Stroustup wanted to add some new features in the subset of C++ that support Object Oriented concepts. In the subsequent years, he succeeded in his goal which is now adays called the C++ language with object oriented approach. C++ is a separate language to C and is almost a proper superset of C. It is for your information that the original version was called, “C with classes”.

In 1989, the first true C++ compiler, G++, was written by Michael Tiemann of Cygnus was able to produce code for most of the targets that GCC already supported.

In late 90’s and the years following, a number of new C++ compilers were produced but many were unable to keep pace with the standards committee. This era of no development is the fundamental cause of non-portable of C++ programs. One of the plus p[oints of the language and especially the standard one is that it encompasses the language interface to the standard library and also the Standard Template Library (STL). There are many new features added in this language but a few of them are presented in the following manner.

Built in tool (Boolean) type
Exceptions
Casts
Namespaces
The mutable keyword
Templates
Standard Template library (STL)
Conclusion
There are only a few incompatibilities with C and they are new keywords such as New, delete, Void* pointer type conversion, etc. The last thing which should also be mentioned is that the improved comments where the delimiter gives two types of flavor. The first flavor is the C comment delimiters and the new one is the form of double slash. At the end I would say briefly that C was redesigned, extended and the reimplementation of this process, the resulting language is now called the C++ language. «less

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Vani replied | 19 May

I would like to emphasize the word Regular. Many beginners pick up their guitar for a couple days, than stop for a week, pick it up again, than give it a rest, and so on. This is usually caused by the fact that learning the guitar won't happen overnight, it takes weeks of practice before you even start getting a hang of how to change chords. It's all part of the learning curve,...  more»
I would like to emphasize the word Regular. Many beginners pick up their guitar for a couple days, than stop for a week, pick it up again, than give it a rest, and so on. This is usually caused by the fact that learning the guitar won't happen overnight, it takes weeks of practice before you even start getting a hang of how to change chords. It's all part of the learning curve, but unfortunately, many beginners lose their enthusiasm after a very short time. This has always been like this, and always will be.
If you ever get discouraged or stuck at any given point, just remember that even the best guitar players were beginners at one time, everyone went through the learning curve. If you endure, you'll be left with a wonderful hobby that will be yours to keep for life, bringing you, your family and friends countless hours of joy. «less

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Swaranjali The Music Institute replied | 22 May

minimum 6 months

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Yedukondalureddy 02 May in  Music Classes

How to spake in English?

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Chhatrasal Singh replied | 28 Apr

Always go from easy to hard. Though it may be Tabla but if it is so, then there are some practical things which can't and should not be ignored. Though Tabla has to be played with strong hand, so it is played by boys/ men and you can see it around you. So tell me first what is your gender?
Here is is to be noted that it never means that girls can't learn Tabla but they should...  more»
Always go from easy to hard. Though it may be Tabla but if it is so, then there are some practical things which can't and should not be ignored. Though Tabla has to be played with strong hand, so it is played by boys/ men and you can see it around you. So tell me first what is your gender?
Here is is to be noted that it never means that girls can't learn Tabla but they should go from easy to hard i.e. from Dholak to Tabla. Both are very similar to each other viz. Taal etc. «less

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Sachin replied | 01 May

You should just start and practice if you learn tabla with dedication you will see after one year how improvement in you ND your playing, but first you just give time to learn.

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Anand 22 Apr in  Flute Classes, Music Classes

Which is the best place to learn Flute near chormpet?

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Sachin replied | 01 May

This is institute for music you should go and find out.

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Sarvesh replied | 21 May

You can see the online channel of Anjani kumar Gupta on YouTube. After leaning the basic you can join gurukul by Pandit Hariprasad at Mumbai.

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Anand 22 Apr in  Flute Classes, Music Classes

Which is the best place to learn Flute near chormpet?

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Sachin replied | 01 May

This is institute for music you should go and find out.

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Sarvesh replied | 21 May

You can see the online channel of Anjani kumar Gupta on YouTube. After leaning the basic you can join gurukul by Pandit Hariprasad at Mumbai.

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Sourav 20 Apr in  Music Classes, Drums Classes

I have recently started teaching drums. If anyone is interested to learn, then call me at my contact no given in my profile.

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Tejan replied | 10 May

All the best.

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Tejan replied | 11 May

Best wishes to you.

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