Hindu American Foundation

Hindu American Foundation Promoting Human Dignity, Mutual Respect, and Pluralism. www.hinduamerican.org The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) is an advocacy organization for the Hindu American community.

The Foundation educates the public about Hinduism, speaks out about issues affecting Hindus worldwide, and builds bridges with institutions and individuals whose work aligns with HAF’s objectives. HAF focuses on human and civil rights, public policy, media, academia, and interfaith relations. Through its advocacy efforts, HAF seeks to cultivate leaders and empower future generations of Hindu Ameri

The Foundation educates the public about Hinduism, speaks out about issues affecting Hindus worldwide, and builds bridges with institutions and individuals whose work aligns with HAF’s objectives. HAF focuses on human and civil rights, public policy, media, academia, and interfaith relations. Through its advocacy efforts, HAF seeks to cultivate leaders and empower future generations of Hindu Ameri

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Last Saturday was Gandhi Jayanti and, as we do at HAF, on social media we honored the birthday of the man often dubbed t...
10/08/2021
Our leaders are never perfect. But we can still look to imperfect people for inspiration.

Last Saturday was Gandhi Jayanti and, as we do at HAF, on social media we honored the birthday of the man often dubbed the father of independent India. Right on cue the Gandhi haters emerged from both the right and the left pointing on that the Mahatma really should not be referred to as a Great Soul...Read more at https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/we-can-look-to-imperfect-people-inspiration

All of us are trying to live our best lives as embodied beings, playing out past karma and creating new karmic impressions which will inevitably bear fruit in the future.

Wishing all a joyous Navaratri this year! Check out our Navaratri blog here, including descriptions of the nine forms of...
10/07/2021
9 things to know about Navarātri

Wishing all a joyous Navaratri this year! Check out our Navaratri blog here, including descriptions of the nine forms of Durga that our worshipped during the festival:
https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/9-things-to-know-about-navaratri

The feminine aspect is known as Devi (goddess, in Sanskrit), which is a manifestation of Shakti, the creative and energetic force of the Divine. Navarātri is not only about honoring the role these various female manifestations (e.g. Lakshmi, Parvati, Saraswati) play in Hinduism, but also the role t...

Earlier today, HAF filed a Title VI complaint with the US Department of Education Office of Civil Rights against the Uni...
10/06/2021
HAF asks Office of Civil Rights to investigate Univ. of Pennsylvania’s role in Hinduphobic conference

Earlier today, HAF filed a Title VI complaint with the US Department of Education Office of Civil Rights against the University of Pennsylvania for its part in co-sponsoring the Dismantling Global Hindutva (DGH) conference which took place September 10–12, 2021 and a pattern of condoning hostility towards Hindu students and faculty. Read more to understand what this means: https://www.hinduamerican.org/press/university-pennsylvania-dismantling-global-hindutva-complaint

Sponsoring Dismantling Global Hindutva event may have violated Hindu students’ rights under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Hindutva is a combination of two words, ‘Hindu’ and the Sanskrit word tattva (‘thatness’ or ‘essence’). Based on this, H...
10/05/2021
What does Hindutva really mean?

Hindutva is a combination of two words, ‘Hindu’ and the Sanskrit word tattva (‘thatness’ or ‘essence’). Based on this, Hindutva is popularly translated as ‘Hindu-ness’ and a good many Hindus simply think of Hindutva as the idea and practice of living a life according to Hindu teachings or even just a descriptor of being Hindu. Others see it as an imminent global threat to freedom, equality, and democracy.

As the public outcry from Hindus around the world about the recent Dismantling Global Hindutva conference made clear, Hindutva is a term that 1) doesn’t have one accepted definition or reference point; and 2) is weaponized by activists and scholar-activists to negatively stereotype and marginalize Hindus, especially in the diaspora...Read more about the definitions of Hindutva here: https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/what-does-hindutva-mean

How can one word evoke entirely opposite concepts depending on who’s using it?

From the Hindu perspective, the universe is actually created from sound. The quality of the first element of creation, k...
10/04/2021
The power of music, according to Hinduism

From the Hindu perspective, the universe is actually created from sound. The quality of the first element of creation, known as ether or space, is sound. As creation expands, the second element, air, comes into being, possessing the qualities of both sound and touch; the third element subsequently produced is fire, possessing sound, touch, and form; the fourth element is water, possessing sound, touch, form, and flavor; and the last element, earth, possesses sound, touch, form, flavor, and aroma...Read more at: https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/the-power-of-music-according-to-hinduism

Because sound vibration can affect the most subtle element of creation, it’s elucidated in Hindu scriptures that sound vibration of a spiritual nature can affect the atman in a particularly potent way. Such spiritual sound vibrations are said to have the ability to awaken our original spiritual co...

In celebration of Gandhi Jayanti, check out an early 2021 interview we conducted with Reverend James M. Lawson, Jr. and ...
10/02/2021
How is the nonviolence of Gandhi and MLK still relevant today? Reverend James M. Lawson, Jr. and Dr. Veena R. Howard have some answers

In celebration of Gandhi Jayanti, check out an early 2021 interview we conducted with Reverend James M. Lawson, Jr. and Dr. Veena R. Howard on how the nonviolence of Gandhi and MLK remains relevant today.

https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/how-is-the-nonviolence-of-gandhi-and-mlk-still-relevant-today-reverend-james-m-lawson-jr-and-dr-veena-r-howard-have-some-answers

Reverend Lawson: The relevance of Martin Luther King’s political philosophy of social change in today’s racial climate, as displayed in the attack on the Capitol, is greater today than it ever was. In the sixties we used nonviolent direct action against racial segregation and unjust laws, and no...

Today is World Vegetarian Day! Check out our latest blog on cultured meat - lab grown meat that does not require the sla...
10/01/2021
Cultured meat and animal-free dairy upends the plant-based food discussion

Today is World Vegetarian Day! Check out our latest blog on cultured meat - lab grown meat that does not require the slaughter of animals. We've generally found that most vegetarians would not eat cultured meat. We're curious about those of you are not vegetarian...would you replace some or all of the traditional meat in your diet with cultured meat? Comment below.
https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/cultured-meat-is-it-vegetarian

There is no straight-forward answer to whether cultured meat or animal-free dairy is suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

On our latest podcast episode of That's So Hindu, we speak with Tashi Dhondup, the  Secretary of the Office of Tibet in ...
09/30/2021

On our latest podcast episode of That's So Hindu, we speak with Tashi Dhondup, the Secretary of the Office of Tibet in Washington DC and a senior member of the Tibetan Government in Exile, now called the Central Tibetan Authority. He talks about the challenges facing the Tibetan people living under Chinese occupation, the CTA’s Middle Way approach in dealing with the government of China, and what the international community can do to help the Tibetan people. Listen in on your favorite podcast platform or here on our website: https://www.hinduamerican.org/thats-so-hindu-podcast

On our latest podcast episode of That's So Hindu, we speak with Tashi Dhondup, the Secretary of the Office of Tibet in Washington DC and a senior member of the Tibetan Government in Exile, now called the Central Tibetan Authority. He talks about the challenges facing the Tibetan people living under Chinese occupation, the CTA’s Middle Way approach in dealing with the government of China, and what the international community can do to help the Tibetan people. Listen in on your favorite podcast platform or here on our website: https://www.hinduamerican.org/thats-so-hindu-podcast

The foremost thing that must be done to stop dangerous climate change is for every nation to transition off of fossil fu...
09/27/2021
US-India clean energy and climate cooperation bill welcomed by HAF

The foremost thing that must be done to stop dangerous climate change is for every nation to transition off of fossil fuels as quickly as possible. Anything that promotes and, more importantly, delivers on the United States and India doing so, is a step in the right direction. Increased cooperation between the American and Indian governments, our businesses, and our people can benefit both nations and the planet. HAF applauds Senator Bob Menendez for leading the way on this aspect of solving the climate crisis by the introduction of this timely piece of legislation.
https://www.hinduamerican.org/press/united-states-indian-clean-energy-climate-cooperation-bill-menendez

Increased cooperation between the American and Indian governments, our businesses, and our people can benefit both nations and the planet.

The following is an interview with Ananta Vrindavan, an African American whose family joined ISKCON when he was 4 years ...
09/24/2021
What it's like to grow up African American, and a Hindu

The following is an interview with Ananta Vrindavan, an African American whose family joined ISKCON when he was 4 years old. Now 53, he shares some of his thoughts on the African American Hindu experience, including the racism he faced as well the philosophical tenants that kept him connected to Hinduism. Check out this incredibly insightful and touching interview here.

https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/what-its-like-to-grow-up-african-american-and-a-hindu

The most important thing that Hindus can do to combat bigotry in their communities is place more emphasis on what's really important. The phrase “begin with the end in mind” is useful. When one is really sick or on their deathbed, is it really important what religion or nationality we have? Trea...

Today is HAF's 18th birthday! We were in a very different place back then… When we started HAF, a Congressman asked one ...
09/22/2021

Today is HAF's 18th birthday! We were in a very different place back then… When we started HAF, a Congressman asked one of our co-founders if we were Hindu Sunni or Hindu Shia! As an organization and a community, we've made a lot of progress since then. Check out our nifty timeline of accomplishments.

But there are new challenges to overcome. In particular, Hinduphobia, especially at universities. As we look to the future, you'll be seeing more from us about ways we can empower Hindu American families to prepare for the disconnect our children will see between college Hinduism classes and the way they have actually grown up. You can help us make that happen by donating today! https://www.hinduamerican.org/donate

Today is HAF's 18th birthday! We were in a very different place back then… When we started HAF, a Congressman asked one of our co-founders if we were Hindu Sunni or Hindu Shia! As an organization and a community, we've made a lot of progress since then. Check out our nifty timeline of accomplishments.

But there are new challenges to overcome. In particular, Hinduphobia, especially at universities. As we look to the future, you'll be seeing more from us about ways we can empower Hindu American families to prepare for the disconnect our children will see between college Hinduism classes and the way they have actually grown up. You can help us make that happen by donating today! https://www.hinduamerican.org/donate

09/21/2021
Advocacy Forum 2021 panel on Pakistan

In case you missed our Advocacy Forum panel on Pakistan, here is a snippet of our panelist Dr Michael Rubin of American Enterprise Institute discussing the need for changing US foreign policy.

09/21/2021
Welcome to HAF's Advocacy Forum 2021

We hope you will join us today for our virtual Advocacy Forum. Listen into what Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Congressman Jim Costa, and Congressman Charlie Crist have to say about the Hindu American community. If you haven't registered yet for today's panels on Pakistan and immigration as well as our fireside chat with Afghan American scholar Dr Jalali, you still have time: https://www.hinduamerican.org/advocacy-forum. The first panel starts at 11am EST!

09/20/2021
Pakistan's role in Afghanistan

Join us tomorrow for our virtual Advocacy Forum. Below is a snippet of the fireside chat with Afghan American scholar Dr. Bahar Jalali, who discussed the role of Pakistan in the victory of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Register to watch the entire conversation + our two panels (Pakistan and Immigration) at https://www.hinduamerican.org/advocacy-forum. We you can join us!

09/17/2021
A conference of hate disguised as academic freedom

It's important for Hindu American families with children to be aware of the climate on college campus. This Hinduphobic conference (dismantling global Hindutva) included 'academics' from a number of prestigious universities. This is the state of Hindu Studies in many universities in America today. Hate is being promoted under the cover of academic freedom.

Be aware and prepare your college going kids for what they may potentially face on campus.

BREAKING: 3 NDAA amendments have been offered covering 3/5 asks we have on Pakistan, as follows:#113, Reps. Andy Biggs (...
09/15/2021

BREAKING: 3 NDAA amendments have been offered covering 3/5 asks we have on Pakistan, as follows:

#113, Reps. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) and Scott Perry (R-PA): Terminates the designation of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally.

#215, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA): Prohibits the use of any funds made available by this Act to provide any form of assistance to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

#409, Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL): Asks the State Department for a determination of whether the Islamic Republic of Pakistan meets the criteria for designation as a state sponsor of terrorism.

BREAKING: 3 NDAA amendments have been offered covering 3/5 asks we have on Pakistan, as follows:

#113, Reps. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) and Scott Perry (R-PA): Terminates the designation of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally.

#215, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA): Prohibits the use of any funds made available by this Act to provide any form of assistance to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

#409, Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL): Asks the State Department for a determination of whether the Islamic Republic of Pakistan meets the criteria for designation as a state sponsor of terrorism.

Join us at our annual Advocacy Forum, September 21-22.  We are keeping our program virtual for this year, so you can joi...
09/14/2021
HAF Advocacy Forum 2021

Join us at our annual Advocacy Forum, September 21-22. We are keeping our program virtual for this year, so you can join from wherever you are! Our two panel discussions on Sept 21 are on minority human rights in Pakistan (or the lack thereof) and American's broken immigration system.

On Sept 22, if you are a US resident, you can attend virtual meetings your Representative and Senators. Today is the last day to register for these meetings!

You must register for section separately. We hope to see you there!
https://www.hinduamerican.org/advocacy-forum

HAF's flagship advocacy event is back for 2021, with panels on human rights and religious freedom in Pakistan, and what can be done to fix the US immigration system.

We interviewed Dr. Rubina Greenwood, a human rights and women’s rights activist who grew up in Pakistan and the Chairper...
09/14/2021
How the Taliban will affect women's rights in Pakistan: Sindhi activist Dr. Greenwood gives us her thoughts

We interviewed Dr. Rubina Greenwood, a human rights and women’s rights activist who grew up in Pakistan and the Chairperson of the World Sindhi Congress, about the effect on women's rights of the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan. She also talks about Pakistan's role in the Taliban's victory. Read the full interview here:
https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/how-the-taliban-will-affect-womens-rights-in-pakistan-sindhi-activist-dr-greenwood-gives-us-her-thoughts

The international community must see the victory of the Taliban as the victory of the Pakistani military, full stop. Since the 80s, it was Pakistan's interest to keep Afghanistan as their proxy colony, and the Taliban's success makes Afghanistan a client state of Pakistan. Pakistan has more than 35,...

Today's blog in celebration of Radhashtami! Once during the Hindu lunar month of Bhadra, a king named Vrishabhanu went t...
09/13/2021
5 things to know about Radharani

Today's blog in celebration of Radhashtami!

Once during the Hindu lunar month of Bhadra, a king named Vrishabhanu went to take a bath in the Yamuna, when he noticed a golden effulgence emanating from a lotus flower. As he waded into the river and approached the flower, he discovered a beautiful baby girl lying within the lotus petals. Entranced by the child, the king brought the baby to his wife for them to raise. Soon after bringing her home, however, they discovered that she wouldn’t open her eyes...Read more here: https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/5-things-to-know-about-radharani

Described as the energetic and creative power of the Divine, Radharani is, in one sense, one with Krishna, as the sunshine is one with the sun. Just as the sun cannot exist without sunshine and vice versa, Radha and Krishna too have no meaning without each other.

Never forget.
09/11/2021

Never forget.

Never forget.

Wishing all an auspicious Ganesh Chaturthi!  Though no one really knows exactly how far back in history Ganesha Chaturth...
09/10/2021
Ganesha Chaturthi: the day to celebrate Ganesha's birth

Wishing all an auspicious Ganesh Chaturthi!

Though no one really knows exactly how far back in history Ganesha Chaturthi has been observed, some historians believe the festival became a major public event in the 1600s when Indian king, Shivaji Bhosale I, first sponsored the celebration. The festival is said to have been revitalized later in the 19th century as a symbol of India’s independence movement, by freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

Read more at our blog here: https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/ganesha-chaturthi-the-day-to-celebrate-ganeshas-birth

One of Hinduism’s most revered personalities, Ganesha is widely recognized for having the head of an elephant and is the son of Shiva (the God of Transformation) and his wife Parvati.

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The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) is an advocacy organization for the Hindu American community. The Foundation educates the public about Hinduism, speaks out about issues affecting Hindus worldwide, and builds bridges with institutions and individuals whose work aligns with HAF’s objectives. HAF focuses on human and civil rights, public policy, media, academia, and interfaith relations. Through its advocacy efforts, HAF seeks to cultivate leaders and empower future generations of Hindu Americans. The Hindu American Foundation is not affiliated with any religious or political organizations or entities. HAF seeks to serve Hindu Americans across all sampradayas (Hindu religious traditions) regardless of race, color, national origin, citizenship, caste, gender, sexual orientation, age and/or disability. Our Objectives Promote pluralism and mutual respect amongst peoples. Ensure an accurate understanding of Hinduism as a living tradition. Highlight and secure the human rights of Hindus around the globe. Represent the Hindu American community’s needs and interests to institutions influencing and making policy. Solve contemporary problems by applying Hindu philosophy. Build a sustainable institution that will remain a pre-eminent advocate for Dharma communities for future generations.

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Those who are saying that these are peaceful farmers need to know who is funding them, and why, after LalKila, these terrorists plan to siege the Indian Parliament too >>> Khalistani outfit SJF has also increased reward from $250,000 for waving Khalistani flags at the Red Fort on Republic Day to $350,000 for unfurling the flags at the Indian Parliament on February 1,21
Sir William: The Persian, Orientalist, and Linguist Jones Sir William Jones, said, at a meeting of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, which he had founded, on Feb 2, 1786: "The Sanscrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of a wonderful structure; more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refined than either, yet bearing to both of them a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs and the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong indeed, that no philologer could examine them all three, without believing them to have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists; there is a similar reason, though not quite so forcible, for supposing that both the Gothic and the Celtic, though blended with a very different idiom, had the same origin with the Sanscrit; and the old Persian might be added to the same family." He was not the first person to have observed the family resemblance between Sanskrit and the languages of ancient Europe (which is why I have quotes around "discover" in the article's title), but he's the one who usually — and, as we will see, justly — gets the credit for founding the field of Indo-European studies. However, the term Indo-European was first used by the British scientist and scholar Sir Thomas Young in 1813. How Sir William Jones came to discover the Indo-European language family is a fascinating story. He was the son of a well-known mathematician, the senior William Jones. Daddy Jones was a close friend of Sir Isaac Newton and had come up with the idea of using the symbol π for the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The junior Jones was a child prodigy who learned Greek, Latin, Persian, Hebrew, Arabic, and some Chinese when he was still quite young. By the end of his life, he spoke 28 languages with various degrees of fluency. His father died when he was just three, so his early life was one of financial hardship. After attending Harrow School, he went on to receive an M.A. from the University of Oxford. The Oxford campus has a frieze honoring Jones that shows him sitting under a banana tree, taking notes as the Indian scholars explain the ancient texts to him. Later in his life, he wrote a book on Persian grammar under the pen name of Youns Uksfardi, "Jones of Oxford". After he graduated from Oxford, he tutored the seven-year-old Lord Althorp, an ancestor of Princess Diana. He went on to study law and developed sympathies for the cause of American independence. He tried to help Benjamin Franklin find a solution that would avoid a war with Britain. Having failed in that quest, he left for India and got appointed as a minor judge at the British Supreme Court in Calcutta, Bengal. Now the British wanted India's Muslim and Hindu communities to be governed by their respective laws, so they appointed advisory panels of Muslim and Hindu experts to help draft those laws. As a Supreme Court judge tasked with developing the legal code for Hindus, Jones learned Sanskrit so he could translate Manusmṛiti (मनुस्मृति), an ancient Hindu legal text. He wanted to use it as a basis for the British colonial law for Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs. From there, he went on to translate important works of Sanskrit literature (e.g., Kālidāsa's play Śakuntalā) and write many books about the Subcontinent. His expertise in multiple Asian languages and cultures earned him the triple monikers of "Linguist Jones", "Persian Jones", and "Orientalist Jones". But he remains a man of contradictions: He discovered the Indo-European language family but failed to recognize the relationship between Avestan and Sanskrit, the languages closest to each other in the entire IE language family. When his opinion was sought on a recent translation of the Avestan texts, he thought they were a forgery. (He also mistook Pahlavi for a Semitic language.) He erroneously included Egyptian, Chinese, and Japanese in the IE family but left out Hindi and the Slavic languages. He believed that "conquerors from other kingdoms" brought Sanskrit to North India, which then replaced India's "pure Hindi". So he could not grasp the Sanskrit-Hindi connection either. He had other odd ideas as well, e.g., how the Chinese and the South Americans are related to the Hindus. We may be appalled by these errors but the methodology of comparative linguistics was still in its infancy. To us the idea of a Sanskrit-speakers' conquest of India may sound like the colonial-era "A***n conquest" narrative. Indeed, some modern Indian scholars fault him for having helped advance the British colonial agenda. We need to keep in mind, though, that he was a British civil servant and a creature of his times. His literary works, legal opinions, and humanitarian causes suggest that he was a fan of India's culture and a friend of its people. He (and his network) got the European scholars fired up about studying Sanskrit and comparative linguistics the way no one else had been able to before him. For example, Alexander Hamilton, who was a member of the Asiatic Society of Bengal (founded by Jones), was one of the very first Europeans to learn Sanskrit. He became Europe's first professor of Sanskrit and went on to teach Sanskrit to the majority of Europe's earliest would-be Sanskrit scholars. If you're an American wondering if this Hamilton fellow bears any relationship to the American Founding father with the same name, they were cousins! If you're a non-American, you may be intrigued by the fact that the Founding Father Hamilton died in a duel at the hands of the then US Vice President! But that's a story for another day. Jones died in Calcutta in 1794 at the age of 47 from an inflamed liver and is buried in South Park Street Cemetery, a protected heritage site where many notables – for example, son of the Novelist Charles Dickens – lie buried. Despite his errors and omissions, he became an important bridge between South Asia and the West. Both South Asia and the West were forever changed by his insights into the relationship between the languages of Europe and South Asia. This article is part of The7Rivers: An Epic Journey (www.facebook.com/groups/The7Rivers/) that includes 101 videos, articles, and a library of downloadable materials — all available free to The7Rivers group members. The7Rivers captures the history — including the thrills, drama, and romance — of the Indo-Europeans, Indo-Iranians (Indo- and Irano-A***ns, including the Zoroastrians and the Parsis), and the Land of Seven Rivers (Indus Valley and RigVedic civilizations). It covers many fascinating and important stories that are not common knowledge. Join The7Rivers if interested in the full 101-episode series and the library: www.facebook.com/groups/The7Rivers/. Suggested readings (all online): • Jones, W (1786). The Third Anniversary Discourse, on the Hindus, delivered 2d of February, 1786. Read at the Electronic Library of Historiography website. • Campbell, L (2018). "Why Sir William Jones Got It All Wrong, or Jones’ Role in How to Establish Language Families". Download PDF from the ResearchGate website. • If you'd like to dig into works by or on Sir William Jones, the Internet Archive offers a large collections. Album: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=the7rivers&set=a.184830709779502
Its also important to MONITOR that Gurudwaras don't follow the path of Masjids, where they are producing Jihadis when they come out of Mosque
Watch India TV Special show “Haqiqat Kya Hai” January 26. What started as anti-Modi became as anti-India movement
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Biden administration to revive military-to-military ties with Pakistan And BTW, its printed in "DAWN", Pakistan's own trusted newspaper https://www.dawn.com/news/1602541/biden-administration-to-revive-military-to-military-ties-with-pakistan?fbclid=IwAR2bXtHxIGwbSYkx7R2Y4VgdvR-98UPTw-uj-4wF_PfM5OjeAijoXvSQRiA