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First and foremost, I don't know whether I'm allowed to do this so I'm genuinely sorry if I'm not :blush2:

Basically I'm selling my vaaja (harmonium) as I'm going to uni soon so won't really be needing it much lol. It's a really good vaaja, all the keys work and tbh I haven't used it that much so very little scratches/wear and tear. I'm in birmingham and let me know if you want any picures :biggrin2:

Let me know how much you want to pay for it.

Thank You and sorry again if this is against the forum rules but this place is the best place to find someone who might need a vaaja :lol2:

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Waheguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh.

Yh I am interested paji cud u pls show me a picture and how much are you willing to sell it for.

waheguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

I need to find my camera so I'll upload a couple of pics tomorrow paaji

but yeah I think 120 is a reasonable price (happy to negotiate) :)

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Personally I would take the vaja to University. Even a minute taking away from homework to Kirtan will have an enjoyable time that you can not imagine. Others at the place where you will stay will enjoy your kirtan. Don't be shy. Consider yourself to be a child of Guru Jee.

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Personally I would take the vaja to University. Even a minute taking away from homework to Kirtan will have an enjoyable time that you can not imagine. Others at the place where you will stay will enjoy your kirtan. Don't be shy. Consider yourself to be a child of Guru Jee.

Take it to uni. Other students take their guitars, etc.

Yeah, I understand but I'm already taking my tabla to uni and I prefer playing tabla so... :p don't think I'd be able to take both, the room I'm gonna be staying in is tiny :L

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I would ask if it were a security blanket or a teddy bear would you give that up or would you take it to university.

With the greatest of respect... just shut up.

The Singh wants to sell his vaja, what's it to anyone? You wanna buy a vaja, let him know. If you don't then, then just keep out of it. What is it with people always trying to put others down over the stupidest of things? Maybe deep down he wants to keep the vaja, but with extortionate uni fees and high costs of living, he needs a little extra cash to get by and its a hurtful compulsion that he has to sell his vaja?

Think before you comment.

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