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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, April 16, 2015
P MONDAY 20TH APRIL, 2015
AIRWAYS ROAD, CHAGUARAMAS
Upon instructions of the CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD, I will offer for sale by Public Auction on the
date and at the venue mentioned above, the under-mentioned vehicles belonging to the TRINIDAD
AND TOBAGO DEFENCE FORCE (COAST GUARD), MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY.
ONE AUDI A6
ONE HYUNDAI TERRACAN
ONE NISSAN FRONTIER
ONE UNITED DIESEL 3-TON TRUCK
ONE MERCEDES BENZ SPRINTER
413 CARGO VAN
ONE TOYOTA COROLLA
ONE YAMAHA MOTOR BIKE
ONE YAMAHA MOTOR BIKE XJ900P
TWO NISSAN PATROL
1CG 4/3 CG 55
TWO FORD RANGER
4CG 27/4CG 28
TWO NISSAN PANEL VAN
5CG 30/5CG 31
FOUR TOYOTA HILUX
4CG 29/4CG 31
4CG 37/4CG 40
FOUR TOYOTA COROLLA
1CG 7/1CG 9
1CG 10/1CG 12
EIGHT TOYOTA PRADO
1CG 5/3CG 40/3CG 42
3CG 43/3CG 44/3CG 45
3CG 46/ 3C3 47
CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. STRICTLY CASH OR CERTIFIED CHEQUE ON THE FALL OF THE HAMMER.
2. VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD "AS IS WHERE IS."
3. VEHICLES CAN BE VIEWED ON FRIDAY 17TH APRIL, 2015 BETWEEN 9.00 A.M TO 2.00 P.M
AND ALSO ON THE MORNING OF THE AUCTION SALE.
4. VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE UPON FULL PAYMENT.
5. VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO TRANSFER FEES.
EASTERN AUCTION MART LIMITED
76 EASTERN MAIN ROAD, LAVENTILLE
The La Plaisance Road Hindu Mandir hosted a
seven-night Hanuman Yagna from March 29 to
April 4 in celebration of Hanuman Jayanti which
commemorates the birth of Lord Hanuman. The
mandir, located at Temple Street, La Romaine, came
alive with strong vibrations and powerful messages
thanks to spiritual leader Ramesh Kissoon who
was assisted by members of the Prayaag Raaj Man-
Lord Hanuman (referred to as Hanumanji) is the
Hindu God who resembles a monkey. Asked how
Lord Hanuman relates to the 21st Century and why
so many devotees place great emphasis on him,
Pandit Kissoon said, "In this modern time where
society is progressing at an ever rapid pace and
science and technology have swept the world, we
sometimes need to take a step back and reflect on
the real meaning and purpose for why we are here.
"By taking this step back it creates that space
where we can reflect upon the lessons, teachings and
messages given to us via the life of Hanumanji and
his even greater relevance to today s society."
So what exactly are those lessons, teachings and
messages? Kissoon, before explaining about the
teaching and lessons pointed out that Cheeranjeev
(to be immortal) is a blessing that was bestowed on
Kissoon explained, "How does one live forever?
As long as you are in the thoughts of others you live
He said the best thing was to follow the teachings
of Hanumanji and stressed that simplicity coupled
with humility is the essence of divinity.
"As we live in this century and as we continue to
acquire material possessions and continue on our
journey to master the heavens and the seas, let us
not forget the importance of walking the earth as
brothers and sisters. We are yet to master this art
of walking the earth as brothers and sisters."
Hanumanji teaches people to be "compassionate,
understanding, give charity and do the things that
will make us good human beings."
Knowledge and wisdom
Hanumanji possesses two types of knowledge---
worldly knowledge and spiritual knowledge.
"Worldly knowledge is needed today so that we
will be able to navigate the turbulent waters (steer
clear from things like drugs and alcohol) so that
people will not take advantage of your good nature,"
Hanuman devotees pray for
strength, knowledge and wisdom
"Spiritual knowledge is needed when the pressures
of this world are thrust upon your shoulders and it
sometimes seems as if your back is against the wall.
If you do not have that spiritual knowledge then you
will drown in that world of problems."
The spiritual leader then explained that all of the
qualities mentioned, when combined, show us that
Hanumanji is the epitome of simplicity and humility.
"He is clad simply and is very humble, always at the
feet of the lord, always in meditation and not carried
away by the glitz and glamour of the world."
During the celebration of Hanuman Jayanti,
Kissoon said devotees should pray for strength
(bal), knowledge and wisdom. He said
Hanumanji is the storehouse of all these
"Most people are so enthused and enraptured
by Hanumanji's physical depiction of being
strong and powerful but the true source of his
strength is his devotion to the lord," Kissoon
said. "We must have strength of the mind and
we must have faith and courage to overcome all
the trivialities of life.
"Hanumanji's philosophies are very hard to
follow. Only a Bramhachari---one who studies
the Vedas (scriptures) and contemplates on
God---can uplift dharma when it falls.
"He practises self-restraint, particularly mastery
of perfect control over the sexual organ or
freedom from lust in thought, word and deed.
Maybe we need to revisit some of Hanumanji's
qualities now---things like his inner strength and
standing one's ground."
Members perform a ritual for Lord Hanuman at the Hanuman Jayanti devotions.
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