Tantra by Veet Vichara

Album: Tantra by Veet Vichara

My favorite song is — Kalyan Song

Click this link to listen:
http://www.deezer.com/en/music/veet-vichara/tantra-174774

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Who is Namaste Solar? Boulder, CO based Solar company

During stimulus bill signing ceremony, governor Colorado, VP and president Obama gave an example of Namaste Solar, Boulder based company, almost 10 times during their speech. Namaste sounds very Indian name but owner is not an Indian. His name is Blake Jones and is a president of Namaste Solar. I am sure he has some Indian root in his family or some kind of connection with India to keep his company name – Namaste Solar. Interestingly, he enjoys playing soccer, learning about foreign cultures, playing the sitar and practicing Tai Chi.

About Namaste Solar:
Namaste Solar is a Boulder-based, employee-owned solar electric company dedicated to the betterment of the planet by bringing clean, reliable and affordable renewable energy technologies to the homes and businesses in our community. Our goal is to develop long-term relationships with our customers and to cultivate ongoing customer satisfaction by providing the best and most professional design, sales, installation and after-sales services. We measure “profit” and “success” in a holistic way that includes not just traditional economic metrics (i.e. earnings & growth) but also the effects on our natural environment, work environment and local/global communities. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of customer satisfaction, employee morale, community involvement and professional integrity.
Namaste Solar
What is meaning of Namaste?
Namaste \’nah-mah-stay\: [Sanskrit] Greeting of great respect, celebrating the interdependence of all living things. Namasté, Namaskar or Namaskaram (Sanskrit: नमस्ते from external sandhi between namaḥ and te) is a common spoken greeting or salutation in the Indian subcontinent. Namaskar is considered a slightly more formal version than namasté but both express deep respect. It is commonly used in India and Nepal by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, and many continue to use this outside the Indian subcontinent.
Namaste Solar
Don’t Miss: Read an interview with Mr. Blake Jones At http://www.lime.com.

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