OEM manufacturer custom 17BB041 bunk bed for Botswana Importers
Any size, any material, any color, can be customized designed and making, cheaper barstool also available, feel free to inquiry from us.
products include many series: Dining set series, apartment series, MDF/PLYWOOD type furniture series, solid wood furniture series, hotel furniture series, soft sofa series and so on.
OEM manufacturer custom 17BB041 bunk bed for Botswana Importers Detail:
|1||Type:||Bedroom Furnitre||8||Specific Use||bedroom furnitre|
|2||General Use||Commercial Furniture||9||Appearance||Modern|
|3||Product Name||bunk bed||10||Brand||Taisen|
|5||Product Dimension||CUSTOMIZED||12||Wood Stain||Espresso/Black|
|7||Color||Any Color Available||14||Describe Package||Soft Foam+Carton|
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I have posted an article on a Muruganar Facebook page that I run (www.facebook.com/sri.muruganar) by Padma Venkataraman, a devotee of Ramana Maharshi who had the opportunity to serve Muruganar for several years. She was also part of a small group that, in the 1950s, received instructions from him on the meanings of Bhagavan’s philosophical writings. I went to Ramanasramam this morning to look for a photo of her to illustrate the article and was delighted to discover that she she had given a filmed interview in the 1990s about her years with Bhagavan and Muruganar. Unfortunately, for non-Tamil knowing devotees, it is all in Tamil. I will try to get English subtitles added, but it will take some time.
Thanks to Chandramouli at Ramanasramam for giving me the film and for letting me post it here.