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  The marriage of James W. Williamson IV and
      Olivia Rose Ellen Martin on June 8, 2013
The land of Murari with all of its natural gifts has outdone itself by giving shelter to the most precious of gifts... James and Olivia. Murari has been very patient, many years of uncertainty... waiting for this day.... a day which will propel Murari Kirtan Valley confidently into the future. They are a bright light that now shines through this valley... the bright light that shines in the lives of the cows....
We are very happy and proud to be part of this momentous event. Let us all shower them with our blessings.
Two dear friends Gopalji and Radhika from the Jaganath temple in Huntsville, Al. He is the head pujari for the 7ft tall Lord Jaganath, Baladeva, and Subhadra dieties. The temple in Huntsville was started and built by the Orissan community there.
He happily accepted the position of performing the wedding fire sacrificial.