October 2011 ~ OM NAMO VENKATESAYA
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Sunday, October 30, 2011

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Moksada Ekadasi December 6 ,2011


Mokshada Ekadashi is observed during the waxing phase of the moon in the month of November – December. The importance of this Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Brahmanda Purana. Fasting and observing this Ekadasi helps in destroying all the sins. In 2011, the date of Mokshada Ekadashi is December 6. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed twice in every Hindu month.
There is a popular belief that observing Mokshada Ekadasi will help in granting heaven to dead forefathers. Legend has it that King Vaikanasa, a popular ruler, once had a dream that his father was in hell. The King found himself helpless as he could not help his father with all his power and riches. Soon he took the advice of Parvata Muni, who had the knowledge of past, present and future.
Parvata Muni found that the father of King Vaikanasa had committed some sins and as a result he was suffering in hell. To help his father the Saint asked him to observe Moksada Ekadasi.
Soon the king, his wife and relatives observed Mokshada Ekadashi and saved the King’s father from hell.
All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed on the day.

Gita Jayanti – Bhagavad Geeta Jayanthi


Gita Jayanti, also referred as Bhagawad Geetha Jayanthi, is the day when the Bhagvad Gita was rendered by Lord Krishna to Arjuna in the Kurukshetra on the first day of the famous 18-day battle in the Mahabharata. In 2011, the date of Gita Jayanti is December 6. Gita Jayanthi falls on the Ekadashi day of Shukla Paksha (the bright half) of the Margashirsha month (November-December) in traditional Hindi calendar.
 The greatest quality of Bhagavad Gita is that it prompts you to think, it prompts you to take decision, and it prompts you to look at life differently and refreshingly and all this without surrendering your individuality.
Bhagavad Gita adapts to the present and discusses an issue by rooting itself in the present. Every moment a confused Arjuna opens the Gita to take the advice of Krishna. And through the immortal Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna has been discussing and debating and finding solutions to the various problems faced by the confused Arjunas for centuries and will continue to do the same forever.
The day is observed all around the world with the reading of Bhagavad Gita, which is referred outside India as the Bible of the Hindus. Discussions and seminars are organized on the day.
All Hindu temples, especially those dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, conduct special pujas on the day.
The ideal way to celebrate Gita Jayanti is by reading at least a stanza from the Bhagavad Gita.

Saphala Ekadashi – Safala Ekadasi December 21,2011


Mokshada Ekadashi is observed during the waxing phase of the moon in the month of November – December. The importance of this Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Brahmanda Purana. Fasting and observing this Ekadasi helps in destroying all the sins. In 2011, the date of Mokshada Ekadashi is December 6. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed twice in every Hindu month.
There is a popular belief that observing Mokshada Ekadasi will help in granting heaven to dead forefathers. Legend has it that King Vaikanasa, a popular ruler, once had a dream that his father was in hell. The King found himself helpless as he could not help his father with all his power and riches. Soon he took the advice of Parvata Muni, who had the knowledge of past, present and future.
Parvata Muni found that the father of King Vaikanasa had committed some sins and as a result he was suffering in hell. To help his father the Saint asked him to observe Moksada Ekadasi.
Soon the king, his wife and relatives observed Mokshada Ekadashi and saved the King’s father from hell.
All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed on the day.
The day is also observed as Gita Jayanti.

Utpanna Ekadashi – Uttpatti Ekadasi November 21 ,2011


Utpanna Ekadasi, or Uttpatti Ekadashi, is observed during the waning phase of the moon in the month of November – December.  In 2011, the date of Utpanna Ekadasi is November 21. The importance of this Ekadasi was explained to Arjuna by Lord Krishna and is found in Bhavishyottara Purana. For those devotees who like to begin the monthly Ekadasi fasting, Uttpatti Ekadasi is the Ekadashi that they should start with.

All the sins accumulated during the previous births and this birth are washed away by observing Uttpatti Ekadashi and this leads to Moksha.

Fresh beginners who want to undertake Ekadasi fasting start it with Utpanna Ekadasi. They can continue it forever or for a year. How long it is continued depends on the devotee.

All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi are observed during Utpanna Ekadashi.

Utthana Ekadasi November 6 2011


Utthana Ekadasi, or Prabodhini Ekadashi, is observed during the waxing phase of moon in the month of Kartik (October – November). In 2011, the date of Utthana Ekadasi or Dev Prabodhini Ekadashi is November 6. The importance of Dev Prabodhini Ekadasi narrated to Sage Narada by Brahma. The divine conversation is found in the Skanda Purana. Observing this Ekadasi is believed to help in getting rid of the guilt associated with sins committed and is also a path to liberation (Moksha). Ekadasi is an important fast dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

The famous Tulsi Vivah festival is performed on the day by some communities and also on the day after Ekadasi in some regions. The Chatur Mas period also ends with Prabodhini Ekadashi. The famous Kartik Month Pandarpur Yatra also concludes on the day.

All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting are observed on the day.
Utthana Ekadasi, which falls in the Kartik month, is considered highly auspicious by Lord Vishnu devotees. Staunch Vishnu devotees observe a rigid fast on the day by skipping food and staying awake during night. Majority of the people take one meal mostly in the evening and visit shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

Rama Ekadasi Vrat Katha – The story associated with Rama Ekadashi Fasting


Rama Ekadasi is observed during the waning phase of moon in the month of September/October. The importance of the fast and the story associated it with was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna. People observing the fast read or listen to the Rama Ekadasi Vrat Katha. It is said that this Ekadasi is a wish fulfilling one.
Legend has it that there lived a powerful and famous king named Muchukunda. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu and his kingdom was famous through out the world.
King Muchukunda had a daughter named Chandrabhaga, she was married to Prince Shobhana. Once, the newly married prince and princess visited Muchukunda. It was during the Ekadasi period and Princess Chandrabhaga was worried as Prince Shobhana was weak and could not bear hunger so he will not be able to observe Ekadasi fasting. King Muchukunda was strict about observing Ekadasi fasting.
So Princess Chandrabhaga asked the prince to return back to his kingdom. But Prince Shobhana wanted to observe the Ekadasi fasting.
All the people in the kingdom including the Prince started observing the fast. At night all the people kept vigil. Prince Shobhana could not bear the hunger and thirst and died during the course of the night.
Due to the influence of observing Rama Ekadasi, Prince Shobhana became the king of Devapura – kingdom of celestial beings – and the city was located atop the Mandara Mountain. But the kingdom was a temporary one as the Prince had only observed the Ekadasi fasting once.
Once a learned saint from the land of King Muchukunda visited Shobhana. The Prince was happy to receive the saint and to hear about his wife. Then Shobhana told the saint that he needed the help of his wife to make his temporary kingdom permanent as she was always observing Ekadasi fasting and she has the power to do it.
The saint went to the Princess and told about her husband, Shobhana, and his new Kingdom. Princess Chandrabhaga wanted to meet her husband and for this she took the help of Sage Vamadeva who was residing in theMandara Mountain. Soon she was transported to the temporary celestial kingdom of her husband. Due to the power of observing Rama Ekadasi the kingdom became permanent and royal couple became celestial beings.

Rama Ekadasi 2011 October 23



Rama Ekadasi is observed on the 11th day of the Krishna Paksha or waning phase of moon in September/October. Rama Ekadasi 2011 date is October 23. The corresponding moon in traditional North Indian calendar is Kartik month. In other regions it is Ashwin month and in Tamil culture it is the Puratassi month. It is believed that by observing Rama Ekadashi one can wash away all sins committed.
The popular story associated with Rama Ekadashi is that of a prince who in spite of his physical weakness performed the Ekadasi ritual and got benefits of it during his next life.
Ekadashi is an important day dedicated to Lord Vishnu in a Hindu lunar month and it occurs twice in a month. The significance of Rama Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is recorded in the Brahmavaivarta Purana.
All the usual rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed during Rama Ekadashi. Grains and rice are avoided on the day by devotees observing fast.

Monday, October 17, 2011

విమానం వేంకటేశ్వరుడు

మనం తిరుమల లో అఖిలాండ కోటి బ్రహ్మాండ నాయకుడైన ఆ శ్రీవేంకటేశ్వరుని దర్సించి, పిదప , విమానం లో వున్న వేంకటేశ్వరునికి దండం పెట్టుకుంటాం. ఇది చాలా మంది భక్తులు చేసేదే. అయితే ఇలా యెందుకు పెట్టూకుంటాము అంటే, చాలా మంది వద్ద సమాధానం వుండదు. ప్రతీ గుడి గోపురం మీద ఆ ఆలయం యొక్క మూల విరాట్ స్వరూపం చెక్కబడి వుంటుంది. అలా అని మరి మనం అన్ని ఆలయాలలోనూ, విమానం(గోపురం) లో వున్న వేల్పును కొలవటంలేదు కదా. కేవలం తిరుమల లోనే ఈ ఆచారం వుంది. ఇది యెందుకో తెలుసుకుందాం.

శ్రీకృష్ణదేవరాయలు నాలుగవ సంవత్సరం లోనే రాజ్యాభిషిక్తులు అయ్యారు. ఆయన రాజుగా వున్నప్పుడు, ఆ రాజ్యపు రాజ గురువు వ్యాస తీర్థుల వారు అనుకుంటా) అన్నిటికీ పెద్దగా వ్యవహరించే వారు. తిరుమల ఆలయం వైఖానస ఆగమం ప్రకారం నడపబడే ఆలయం. ఆ కాలంలో ఒక భయంకరమైన వ్యాధి ప్రబలి, తిరుమల లోని వైఖానసులు అందరూ కూడా మృత్యువాత పడ్డారు. అప్పుడు స్వామి వారు, వ్యాస తీర్థుల వారి కలలో కనిపించి, "ఆలయం లో అర్చకత్వం చేసే అర్హత వున్న వారు యెవరూ లేరూ(అందరూ గతించారు), ఒక మగ శిశువు మాత్రం ఒక తల్లి గర్భం లో వున్నాడు. వాడు పుట్టి, పన్నెండు సంవత్సరాలు వేదం నేర్చుకున్నాక, మల్లి ఆలయం లో పూజదికాలు మొదలుపెట్టండి. అప్పటిదాకా నేను ఆలయ విమానం మీదనే వాసం చేస్తాను" అని శెలవిచ్చారట . ఆ విధంగా, విమానం లో వున్న మూర్తి లోకి స్వామి వారు ప్రవేసించారు. తిరుమల ఆలయం 12 సంవత్సరాలు మూసివేయబడింది. ఆ 12 సంవత్సరాలు కూడా, పూజాదికాలు విమానం లో వున్న స్వామి కే చేయబడినాయి. అందువల్ల,విమానం లొ వున్న స్వామి వారికి ఆ విశిష్తత యేర్పడింది.

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·         02 EntamatramunaEntamatramuna

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·         02 ItarulaNadugumu ItarulaNadugumu

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·         02-VIBHUNIVIBHUNI

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·         04 nakunakesiggayyani_bilahari nakunakesiggayyani_bilahari


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·         04 PiluvarekrishnuniPiluvarekrishnuni

·         04 sarwEswaruDavu_kanakaMgisarwEswaruDavu_kanakaMgi

·         04 Yemanti VemantiYemanti Vemanti

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·         05 Achyuthu SaranameAchyuthu Saraname


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·         07 -LevaDevamBhajeLevaDevamBhaje

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·         07Ithanikante GanuIthanikante Ganu


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·         08 Moola Moola NammaduMoola Moola Nammadu


·         08 nammitijummi_mOhana nammitijummi_mOhana

·         08 -NanatiBatukuNanatiBatuku


·         09 nityasukhAnaMdamu_ArabhinityasukhAnaMdamu_Arabhi

·         09 Nivanaga Nivanaga

·         09 Paripoornudagu Paripoornudagu
·         09 sevinchudimrokkudi_kapi sevinchudimrokkudi_kapi
·         09-Evam SruthimatamidamEvam Sruthimatamidam

·         09-MetineruparulalaMetineruparulala

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·         10 maralimaralijayamangalamumaralimaralijayamangalamu




·         11 rAmunikiSaranaMTE_dES rAmunikiSaranaMTE_dES

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·         12Mariyu MariyuMariyu Mariyu

·         13Mangalamamma - MalayamarutamMangalamamma - Malayamarutam

·         14Mokketi GopanganalaMokketi Gopanganala

·         19 HARI NINNUHARI NINNU

·         24 VACCENU ALAMELUVACCENU ALAMELU

·         33 -Neevanti DavaaluleriNeevanti Davaaluleri
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·         37Vishwaropa MidivoVishwaropa Midivo

·         38 -ItaniprasaadameItaniprasaadame

·         39 -EdayenemiEdayenemi

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·         44 -Meeku meeku amarunuMeeku meeku amarunu

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