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Annamacharya was born on Vaishakha Shuddha Pournami in the year Sarwadhari in Tallapaka, Near Rajampet Mandal, a village in current day Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh, India.He was born into a Nandavarika Niyogi Brahmin family. His wife, Timmakka,had written Subhadra Kalyanam, and is considered the first female poet in Telugu literature. Their son, Pedda Tirumalacharya, and grandson, Tallapaka Chinnayya, were also composers and poets. The Tallapaka compositions are considered to have dominated and influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions.Annamacharya lived for 95 years until Phalguna Bahula Dvadashi in the year Dhundhubhi . Annamacharya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 sankeertanas on the god Venkateswara, of which only about 12,000 are available today. He is also the author of musical treatise called "Sankirthana lakshanamu". Annamacharya considered his compositions as floral offerings to Venkateswara. In the poems, he praises the deity, describes his love for him, argues and quarrels with the Lord, confesses the devotee's failures and apprehensions, and surrenders himself to Venkateshwara. His songs are classified into the Adhyaatma and Sringaara sankeertanas genres. His songs in the "Sringaara" genre worship Venkateswara by describing the romantic adventures of Venkateshwara and his consort Alamelu, while others describe the Bhakti of his devotees. In his later keertanas, he espouses subjects such as morality, dharma and righteousness. He was one of the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era, with his sankeertanas explaining that the relationship between God and human is the same irrespective of the latter's color, caste and financial status, in his songs "Brahmaṃ Okkatē Paraḥbrahmamokkatē" and "ē kulajuḍainanēmi evvaḍainanēmi". His prodigious literary career earned him a place among the all-time greats of Telugu literature..... Kondalalo nelakonna koneti rayudu vadu annamacharya beautiful song | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Taḷḷapāka Annamācārya or Annamayya was a 15th-century Hindu saint and is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankirtanas in praise of the god Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu.He is the first known composer in carnatic music. Other composers like Purandaradasa came after him. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed, which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists,have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life, and is honoured as a great devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers. He is believed to have been the avatar of Nandaka, the sword of Vishnu. He is widely regarded as the Andhra Pada kavitā Pitāmaha While he enjoyed popularity in his days, his compositions were forgotten for over three centuries. Mentioned in 1849,they were later found engraved on copper plates, hidden for centuries inside the Sri Venkateshwara temple at Tirumala, just opposite the Hundi, concealed in a very small room. An English translation of 150 of these verses was published in 2005. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, also known as TTD, has been endeavouring to preserve the rich heritage of his compositions. In the year 1950, The State Government of Andhra Pradesh created a committee and appointed the legendary musician late Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna as its head. He set music to over 800 compositions of Annamacharya and are still popular among the devotees. He was the Āsthāna Gāyaka of the Tirumala temple at Tirupati for two decades. He is regarded as a legend in rendering devotional music in classical style, especially the Annamacharya Sankirtanas. He was also an acclaimed poet, singer, and a musicologist. This beautiful annamacharya song expose Lord Venkateswara's philosophy and his grace | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati is a famous Hindu deity. Every year millions of people throng to the hills of Tirumala to seek blessings of the Lord. It is believed that Lord Venkateshwara resides at Tirumala with His consort Padmavathi. Lord Venkateshwara is also known by the name of Balaji, Srinivasa and Govinda. Lord Venkateshwara is believed to be one of the richest deities of India. The myth about the riches of the Tirumala God says that Lord Srinivasa is still repaying the debt of His marriage to Goddess Padmavathi which He had taken from Kuber, from the donations made by devotees. Lord Venkateshwara is deemed as a very powerful deity. It is said that the Lord fulfills all the wishes of an individual if the devotee asks with a true heart and strong determination. Many people ask for wishes to the Lord and then offer their hair at the temple when the wish is fulfilled. Once Sage Bhrigu, who was believed to be born with an extra eye in his foot, went around the Universe seeking true knowledge. First, he approached Lord Brahma. But Lord Brahma was so engrossed in chanting the name of Vishnu that He did not notice sage Bhrigu. Enraged at this behaviour, sage Bhrigu cursed Brahma that nobody will ever worship Him on earth. Then the sage went to Lord Shiva. At that time Shiva was engrossed in talking to Goddess Parvati and failed to notice the sage. So, the sage cursed the Lord that He would be worshipped only as stones (linga). After that sage Bhrigu went to Lord Vishnu, who also did not notice him. Enraged at this, the sage kicked Lord Vishnu at His chest. It is believed that Goddess Mahalakshmi resides in Lord Vishnu's chest. In an attempt to calm down the sage, Lord Vishnu held the sage's legs and started pressing them gently. While doing this, the Lord squeezed out the extra eye of the sage from his foot which brought an end to the sage's ego. The sage apologised for his mistake. However, Goddess Mahalakshmi was extremely disappointed with Lord Vishnu on His act of apologising to the sage. She became very angry, left Vaikuntha and descended on Earth. The forlorn Lord Vishnu also came to Earth to look for the Goddess and took refuge in an ant hill under a tamarind tree near Venkata Hill. The Lord gave up food and sleep and started meditating for the Goddess to return. Seeing the pain of Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Shiva took the form of a cow and calf. The king of the Chola country bought them and sent them grazing on the fields of the Venkata hill. On discovering Lord Vishnu on the ant hill, the cow fed Him with milk. The Queen at the palace became very angry as the cow was not able to produce milk. So, she asked the cow herder to keep a watch on the cow. The cow herder found that the cow was spilling all its milk on an anthill. Angered by the cow, the cow herder attempted to kill it with his axe. Then, Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and took the blow. On seeing Lord Vishnu covered with blood, the cow herder fell down and died of shock. After that the king came rushing to the spot and found the cow herder dead. Then Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and cursed the King to be born as an asura for the conduct of his servant. The King apologised to the Lord and asked for mercy. Then the Lord blessed him with a boon that he will be born as Akasa Raja and give his daughter Padmavathi in marriage to Lord Vishnu. Thus, Lord Vishnu took the form of Srinivasa and started residing in the Varaha Ksetra. Many years later a king named Akasa Raja came to rule the region and he had a lovely daughter named Padmavathi. Once Srinivasa saw Padmavathi while chasing a herd of elephants. Since then both fell in love. When Akasa Raja found out about this, he consulted all the priests and decided to give Padmavathi in marriage to Srinivasa. Lord Srinivasa borrowed money from Kuber to finance His marriage. Thus, Lord Srinivasa and Goddess Padmavathi tied the divine and eternal knot. Goddess Lakshmi once again re-united with Lord Vishnu and stayed in His heart forever. This is the reason why most people want to get married at the Tirumala temple in the presence of Lord Venkateshwara and Goddess Padmavathi. It is believed that such a marriage stretched till eternity and the couple stay happily ever after. Beautiful Annamacharya sankirtana about Lord Venkateswara |PSLVTV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Venkateswara , also known as Śrīnivāsa, Bālājī, Vēṅkaṭa, Venkata Ramana, Vēṅkaṭācalapati, Tirupati Timmappa and Govindha,is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India.Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".The word is a combination of the words Venkata and isvara . According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas. According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati..... Beautiful song of Lord Venkateswara which was written by Annamacharya | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Taḷḷapāka Annamācārya or Annamayya was a 15th-century Hindu saint and is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankirtanas in praise of the god Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu. He is the first known composer in carnatic music. Other composers like Purandaradasa came after him. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed, which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists, have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions. Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life, and is honoured as a great devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers.He is believed to have been the avatar of Nandaka, the sword of Vishnu. He is widely regarded as the Andhra Pada kavitā Pitāmaha . Annamacharya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 sankeertanas songs on the god Venkateswara, of which only about 12,000 are available today. He is also the author of musical treatise called "Sankirthana lakshanamu". Annamacharya considered his compositions as floral offerings to Venkateswara. In the poems, he praises the deity, describes his love for him, argues and quarrels with the Lord, confesses the devotee's failures and apprehensions, and surrenders himself to Venkateshwara. His songs are classified into the Adhyaatma and Sringaara sankeertanas genres. His songs in the "Sringaara" genre worship Venkateswara by describing the romantic adventures of Venkateshwara and his consort Alamelu, while others describe the Bhakti of his devotees. In his later keertanas, he espouses subjects such as morality, dharma and righteousness. He was one of the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era, with his sankeertanas explaining that the relationship between God and human is the same irrespective of the latter's color, caste and financial status, in his songs "Brahmaṃ Okkatē Paraḥbrahmamokkatē" and "ē kulajuḍainanēmi evvaḍainanēmi". His prodigious literary career earned him a place among the all-time greats of Telugu literature..... Beautiful song of lord venkateswara written by annamacharya | తిరుమలగిరి రాయా | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Here is a powerful keerthana, dedicated to NaraSimha swamy, by Annamayya that brings out the roudra rasa or anger essence. This piece is in Sanskrit and full of sobriquets attributed to NaraSimha. While the Telugu movie on Annamayya has accounted this song to have been written when he is imprisoned by the King. Of the forehead eye's powerful lightning creeper, roaming for sport, is Lakshmi NaraSimha! he wind of the storm, with heaps of frightening bellows, one who stays on/with Lotus/Lakshmi, the composer; The mountain in his Class, the caretaker of Lakshmi and Earth, moving in the Sun filled sky, the skilled one at fate, is the steady Narasimha. Discussion: There are sobriquets that are contrasting in this line. First, let's look at the difficult ones. My apologies for having misread the word "marutha" as "amrutha"initially, a misplacement of letter "a" after and before "m". So He is the wind that carries the storm/tornado and causes destruction. Just an example on how the words can be easily misinterpreted!!! A note that Lakshmi is also refered to as Lalitha/ Kamala or Lotus. Please refer to Sriman Narayana keerthana for discussion on it. The second challenging adjective is that He is the "composer". The Lord must have composed many "Leelas" or episodes but not sure what Annamayya is referring to here. KulaSaila means to be a mountain in His class or Kula, the strength of the race/class. The last adjective "Nischala" is the contrasting one. Nishchala means motionless and steady. However, Annamayya has refered to the movement of the Lord especially as Narasimha a couple of times. Taking cue from the previous adjective of being the one who is "skilled with fate/destiny", the motionlessness that he refers to is that of being indifferent to the ups and downs of fate.... పాలనేత్రానల ప్రబల విద్యుల్లతా కేళీ విహార లక్ష్మీనారసింహా .. ప్రళయమారుత ఘొర భస్త్రీకాపూత్కార లలిత నిశ్వాసడోలా రచనయా .. కూలశైలకుంభినీ కుముదహిత రవిగగన- చలన విధినిపుణ నిశ్చల నారసింహా.. Annamacharya keerthana ... పాలనేత్రానల ప్రబల విద్యుల్లతా కేళీ విహార లక్ష్మీనారసింహా | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother. A while later, a King named Akasa Raja who belonged to the Lunar race, came to rule over Tondamandalam. The childless Akasa Raja performed a sacrifice to gain an heir. As part of the sacrifice, he was ploughing the fields. The plough struck a lotus, which had an infant girl in it. Upon the advice of a divine voice that the girl would be a harbinger of fortune, the king adopted the girl and named her Padmavati, since she was found in a lotus . The princess grew up into a beautiful maiden and was attended by a host of maids..... Beautiful song of Lord Venkateswara you never listen | శ్రీనివాసుడి అద్భుత గీతం | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Tirumala Balaji temple or Sri Venkateshwara Swami temple is one of the most famous landmarks of the world on the hills of Tirumala in the Chittoor district of Andha Pradesh, India. This is the richest temple on the earth with overwhelming contributions and donations from the public and the most famous pilgrim destination on the earth attracting the greatest number of people on any given day. It is said that Lord Vishnu manifested himself in this temple in order to guide the people of Kali age towards emancipation. Therefore this temple is also called as Bhuloka Vaikuntam @ the abode of Vishnu on the earth and Lord Balaji is called as Kaliyuga Pratyaksha Daivam @ the manifested lord of the Kali age. The highly sacred and antique nature of the Tirupati Balaji temple is evident through a large number of mentions in several puranas including the Varaha Purana and the Bavishyottara Purana. All the major dynasties that ruled over the Southern peninsula had taken immense interest in paying homage to Lord Balaji as well as make huge contributions and endowments to the temple. Some such notable dynasties include the Pallavas of Kancheepuram 9th Century, Cholas of Tanjore 10th Century, Pandyas of Madurai 14th Century and the rulers of the Vijayanagar 14th and 15th Centuries. Hindu mythology mentions the story of Balaji. Once sage Brighu wanted to find out who is the supreme one among the Hindu triad. Not being satisfied with the hospitality given by Brahma and Shiva, the sage went to Vaikunta and kicked Lord Vishnu on the chest to grab his attention. Since Vishnu’s consort Lakshmi was residing in the chest of the Lord, she felt insulted and left Vaikunta to the earth. Lord Vishnu came to the earth in search of Lakshmi who had taken birth in the family of a king in the name Padmavati and married her on the Tirupati hills and got enshrined there forever to save the people of the Kali age. A famous verse from the puranas speak of the greatness of tirupati Balaji temple: -----Venkatadri Samasthanam Brahmande Nasti Kinchana----- Venkatesha Samo Devo Na Bhuto Na Bhavishyati...... Lord Venkateswara suprabhata song sung by devotional singers priya sisters | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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aḷḷapāka Annamācārya or Annamayya was a 15th century Hindu saint and is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankirtanas in praise of the god Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu.He is the first known composer in carnatic music. Other composers like Purandaradasa came after him. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed, which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists,have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions.Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life, and is honoured as a great devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers. He is believed to have been the avatar of Nandaka, the sword of Vishnu. He is widely regarded as the Andhra Pada kavitā Pitāmaha .Annamacharya was born on Vaishakha Shuddha Pournami in the year Sarwadhari in Tallapaka, Near Rajampet Mandal, a village in current day Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh, India.He was born into a Nandavarika Niyogi Brahmin family. His wife, Timmakka,had written Subhadra Kalyanam, and is considered the first female poet in Telugu literature. Their son, Pedda Tirumalacharya, and grandson, Tallapaka Chinnayya, were also composers and poets. The Tallapaka compositions are considered to have dominated and influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions. Annamacharya lived for 95 years until Phalguna Bahula Dvadashi in the year Dhundhubhi. Annamacharya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 sankeertanas on the god Venkateswara, of which only about 12,000 are available today. He is also the author of musical treatise called "Sankirthana lakshanamu". Annamacharya considered his compositions as floral offerings to Venkateswara. In the poems, he praises the deity, describes his love for him, argues and quarrels with the Lord, confesses the devotee's failures and apprehensions, and surrenders himself to Venkateshwara. His songs are classified into the Adhyaatma and Sringaara sankeertanas genres. His songs in the "Sringaara" genre worship Venkateswara by describing the romantic adventures of Venkateshwara and his consort Alamelu, while others describe the Bhakti of his devotees. In his later keertanas, he espouses subjects such as morality, dharma and righteousness. He was one of the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era, with his sankeertanas explaining that the relationship between God and human is the same irrespective of the latter's color, caste and financial status, in his songs "Brahmaṃ Okkatē Paraḥbrahmamokkatē" and "ē kulajuḍainanēmi evvaḍainanēmi". His prodigious literary career earned him a place among the all-time greats of Telugu literature. Andhra Pada kaita pitamaha Annamayya sankeerthana kattedura vaikuntamu | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Taḷḷapāka Annamācārya was a 15th-century Hindu saint and is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankirtanas in praise of the god Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu.He is the first known composer in carnatic music. Other composers like Purandaradasa came after him. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed, which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists,have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions.Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life, and is honoured as a great devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers. Annamacharya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 sankeertanas on the god Venkateswara,of which only about 12,000 are available today. He is also the author of musical treatise called "Sankirthana lakshanamu". Annamacharya considered his compositions as floral offerings to Venkateswara. In the poems, he praises the deity, describes his love for him, argues and quarrels with the Lord, confesses the devotee's failures and apprehensions, and surrenders himself to Venkateshwara. His songs are classified into the Adhyaatma and Sringaara sankeertanas genres. His songs in the "Sringaara" genre worship Venkateswara by describing the romantic adventures of Venkateshwara and his consort Alamelu, while others describe the Bhakti of his devotees. In his later keertanas, he espouses subjects such as morality, dharma and righteousness. He was one of the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era, with his sankeertanas explaining that the relationship between God and human is the same irrespective of the latter's color, caste and financial status, in his songs "Brahmaṃ Okkatē Paraḥbrahmamokkatē" and "ē kulajuḍainanēmi evvaḍainanēmi". His prodigious literary career earned him a place among the all-time greats of Telugu literature. While he enjoyed popularity in his days, his compositions were forgotten for over three centuries. Mentioned in 1849, they were later found engraved on copper plates, hidden for centuries inside the Sri Venkateshwara temple at Tirumala, just opposite the Hundi, concealed in a very small room. An English translation of 150 of these verses was published in 2005. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, also known as TTD, has been endeavouring to preserve the rich heritage of his compositions. In the year 1950, The State Government of Andhra Pradesh created a committee and appointed the legendary musician late Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna as its head. He set music to over 800 compositions of Annamacharya and are still popular among the devotees. He was the Āsthāna Gāyaka of the Tirumala temple at Tirupati for two decades. He is regarded as a legend in rendering devotional music in classical style, especially the Annamacharya Sankirtanas. He was also an acclaimed poet, singer, and a musicologist. Shobha Raju is the first recipient of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams scholarship in 1976 to study and set a trend for the propagation of Annamacharya's compositions, and was also chosen as the first exclusive artiste for the propagation of Annamacharya's compositions in 1978. Her first audio album, "Vēnkatēśvara Gīta Mālika" is globally popular among Telugu community. She is the founder of Annamacharya Bhavana Vahini in 1983, which is located in Hyderabad, India. She has been awarded Padmashri by Government of India, in 2010 in recognition of her efforts to promote Annamayya Compositions.... One of the most beautiful songs of Andhra padakavita pitamaha Annamacharya | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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సరీషారెడ్డి నిర్మాణ సారధ్యంలో ..శ్రీనివాస్ విశ్వనాధ రచించిన శ్రీనివాసుడి స్వరార్చన ..సంగీతం రోహిత్ ..గానం శరత్ .. Lord Venkateswara also known as Śrīnivāsa, Bālājī, Veṅkaṭā, Venkata Ramana, Veṅkaṭācalapati and Govindha, is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India. Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata". The word is a combination of the words Venkata and isvara . According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem and kata . Thirumalai finds mention in Sangam literature, where Sangam landscape was classified into five categories, known as thinais, based on the mood, the season and the land. Tolkappiyam, mentions that each of these thinai had an associated deity and mentions Thirumaal as presiding in Mullai region- the forests. The Tirumala hill is located in the temple town of Tirumala, where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located on this hill. The ancient Tamil texts describe its Venkata peak as the northernmost Tondaimandalam part of Tamilakam. Beautiful song about Lord Venkateswara and his leela | శ్రీనివాస స్వరార్చన | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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The Lord blesses all who approach Him with true devotion. This wonderful Annamayya kriti is performed by Srikrishna to music produced by Sai Madhukar. FROM POP-UP YOUTUBE SPACE IN HYDERABAD OCTOBER 5-7, 2017. Song - Kondalalo Nelakonna Singer - Srikrishna Original song by Annamayya Music Producer – Sai Madhukar Music Label – Strumm Entertainment Label – Strumm Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. Music Video Editor – Vishal Warbhuvan Listen to this song on: JioMusic:http://share.media.jio.com/MTI5MzQ4XmFsYnVtXmMyRjFjbUZpYUc1aGNtRm9ZWEpwYzJGMmIyOXlMVEF5 To set this song as callertune: AIRTEL: Dial 5432116397049 VODAFONE: Dial 5379881148 IDEA: Dial 567899881148 AIRCEL: sms DT6883299 to 53000 BSNL North & West: sms BT 6883299 to 56700 BSNL South & East: sms BT 9881148 to 56700 VIRGIN MOBILE: sms DT9881148 to 58475 If You like the video don't forget to share with others & also share your views. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkCyifIxj95Tsr1fgogfAlQ Connect with us on: https://www.facebook.com/StrummTelugu/
    

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Kondalalo nelakonna (Annamayya's composition) This was set to tune in Hindolam by Sri. M.S.Balasubrahmanya Sharma. Dr.Shobha Raju selected this composition & moulded to suit the taste of the common listener and set beautiful swaras at the end of the composition and rendered it for her first exclusive album of Annamacharya Sankeertanas, "Venkateswara Geetha Malika", released by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. (Video Making by Jyotsna Bendapudi)
    

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Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".The word is a combination of the words Venkata (the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh) and Isvara ("Lord").According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "Destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem (sins) and kata (power of immunity). Thirumalai finds mention in Sangam literature, where Sangam landscape was classified into five categories, known as thinais, based on the mood, the season and the land. Tolkappiyam, mentions that each of these thinai had an associated deity and mentions Thirumala as presiding in Mullai region- the forests.The Tirumala hill is located in the temple town of Tirumala, where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located on this hill. The ancient Tamil texts describe its Venkata peak as the northernmost part of Tamilakam...... Extraordinary and pleasant song of Lord Venkateswara which touch our soul....| PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya the mystic saint composer of the 15th century is the earliest known musician of South India to compose songs called “sankirtanas” in praise of Lord Venkateswara, the deity of Seven Hills in Tirumala, India where unbroken worship is being offered for over 12 centuries. Annamcharya is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Venkateswara's. nandaka. A rhyming couplet of poems called “Dwipada” written by Tallapaka Chinnanna, grandson of Annamacharya, enabled us to learn about the Saint Annamacharya, his life and works. Annamacharya is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Venkateswara’s Nandaka or Sword. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams have consecrated Annamacharya in two places, one in the Annamacharya Mandiram located in the Annamacharya Project Office premises at Tiruapati and the other one in Annamacharya temple at Tallapka the birth place of Annamcharya. The evidences supporting the fact that Annamacharya is the incarnation of the Lord are found in Chinnanna’s Dwipada. It is believed that in the 10th century a big famine broke out in Varanasi and scores of scholars migrated to southern part of India for earning their livelihoods. Some of them concentrated in a town called “Nandavaram” in Andhra Pradesh which was ruled by the then king Nanda. These immigrants were called “Nandavarikas” and Annamacharyas forefathers were the so called Nandavarikas and hence Annamacharya. In the Dwipada the story of Annamacharya goes back three generations to his grandfather Narayanayya. As a boy Narayanayya was not keen in studies and it was customary in those times for the gurus to subject the students to different kinds of torturous methods to create concentration on studies. When nothing worked for the young boy, he decided that death would be better than the life filled with torture, humiliation, and shame. He heard about the venomous cobra in the snake hole at the temple of Chinthalamma the village Goddess. In an attempt to take his life away, Narayanayya put his hand in the snake hole at the temple. To his surprise, the village Goddess appeared before him and advised him not to take his life away since a boy with an element of Hari or Vishnu would be born in the third generation of Narayanayya. Narayana Suri, the son of Narayanayya, did not have children for a long time. Narayana Suri and his wife Lakkamamba visited Tirumala Temple and while they were prostrating in front of the Holy Mast a dazzling brilliance from the sword of Lord Venkateswara struck them like a lightening. Eventually a boy was born to them and they named him Annamayya. Annamayya became Annamacharya when the sage Ghana Vishnu at Tirumala converted him into a Vaishnavaite at the age of 8. During his long and prolific career, Annamacharya composed and sang 32,000 Sankirtanas, 12 Satakas , Ramayana in the form of Dwipada,SsankIrtana Lakshanam, Sringaara Manjari, and Venkatachala Mahatmamyam. His works were in Telugu, Sanskrit and a few other languages of India. Padakavitha pitamaha Annamacharya rarest and philosophical song you never listen | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Tirumala is a census town in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a part of Tirupati Urban Development Authority and located in Tirupati (rural) mandal of Tirupati revenue division. It is a hill town where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located, which is the abode of Lord Venkateswara. Tirumala is located 3,200 feet above sea level and covers an area of approximately 10.33 square miles . Surrounding the hills are seven peaks of Seshachalam range, Eastern Ghats namely Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri. The temple of Sri Venkateswara is on the seventh peak. At 21 km point on the Tirupati – Tirumala Ghat road, there is a major discontinuity of stratigraphic significance that represents a period of remarkable serenity in the geological history of the Earth. This is referred to as Eparchaean Unconformity. This Unconformity separates the Proterozoic Nagari Quartazite and Archean granite representing a time gap of 800 Ma. In 2001, the Geological Survey of India declared the Eparchaean Unconfirmity to be one of the 26 "Geological Monuments of India". Silathoranam at Tirumala Hills, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh Silathoranam, a Natural arch and a distinctive geological wonder is located in Tirumala Hills at a distance of 1 km from Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The Arch measures 8 metres in width and 3 metres in height and is eroded out of quartizite of Cuddapah Supergroup of Middle to Upper Proterozoic by weathering agents such as water and wind. Venkateswara Temple is an abode of Lord Venkateswara situated in Tirumala. It is also known as Tirumala Temple.Natural Arch is located north of the temple, which measures 8 m wide and 3 m high and was naturally formed from the quartz. Srivaari Paadamulu are believed to be the footprints of Lord Venkateswara formed when he first stood on Tirumala Hills. Papavinasanam is a waterfall flowing from a tributary of the Swarnamukhi River. It also has a temple where seven lion-headed channels open from a height for deities to bathe below them. A temple dedicated to goddess Ganga is located near the enclosure. Akaasa Ganga is another natural waterfall in Tirumala.[ What is the relation between Vedas and Lord Venkateswara find out in this song | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Venkateswara, also known as Śrīnivāsa, Bālājī, Veṅkaṭā, Venkata Ramana, Veṅkaṭācalapati, Tirupati Timmappa and Govindha, is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India.Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata". The word is a combination of the words Venkata the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh and isvara @ "Lord".According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem @ sins and kata @ power of immunity. Thirumalai finds mention in Sangam literature, where Sangam landscape was classified into five categories, known as thinais, based on the mood, the season and the land. Tolkappiyam, mentions that each of these thinai had an associated deity and mentions Thirumaal as presiding in Mullai region- the forests.The Tirumala hill is located in the temple town of Tirumala, where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located on this hill. The ancient Tamil texts describe its Venkata peak as the northernmost Tondaimandalam @ Thondai Nadu part of Tamilakam. Every year, lakhs of devotees donate a large amount of wealth at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.Goddess Lakshmi, also referred as Sri, once had a fight with Lord Vishnu and left Vaikunta. She came and settled on earth in disguise. Lord Vishnu soon arrived on earth searching for Goddess Lakshmi. But He failed to find her and instead settled on Tirumala hills in the form of a forest gatherer and continued the search. During the search, Lord Vishnu met a beautiful girl named Padmavati who was the daughter of the King of the seven hills in Tirumala. They both fell in love and decided to get married. The father of Padmavati asked for a huge bridal price and to pay the money Lord Vishnu took a large loan from Kubera, the Hindu god who is the treasurer of wealth. Kubera gave the loan on the condition that Vishnu cannot return to Vaikunta @ heavenly abode without paying off the debt. Lord Vishnu resides at Tirumala as Tirupati Venkateswara without returning to Vaikunta until the payment is made. To help him repay his debt, devotees offer him wealth and in return Lord Vishnu fulfills their prayers. In 2014, an RTI petition was filed by Narasimha Murti, an RTI activist belonging to Bangalore, seeking to know "how much Lord Venkateswara had received from Lord Kubera and how many more years it would take for the devotees to clear this debt". .. Devotees performing kolatam with beautiful song for Lord Venkateswara must watch | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Tirupati Balaji temple or Sri Venkateshwara Swami temple is one of the most famous landmarks of the world on the hills of Tirumala in the Chittoor district of Andha Pradesh, India. This is the richest temple on the earth with overwhelming contributions and donations from the public and the most famous pilgrim destination on the earth attracting the greatest number of people on any given day.It is said that Lord Vishnu manifested himself in this temple in order to guide the people of Kali age towards emancipation. Therefore this temple is also called as Bhuloka Vaikuntam the abode of Vishnu on the earth and Lord Balaji is called as Kaliyuga Pratyaksha Daivam the manifested lord of the Kali age. The highly sacred and antique nature of the Tirupati Balaji temple is evident through a large number of mentions in several puranas including the Varaha Purana and the Bavishyottara Purana. All the major dynasties that ruled over the Southern peninsula had taken immense interest in paying homage to Lord Balaji as well as make huge contributions and endowments to the temple. Some such notable dynasties include the Pallavas of Kancheepuram (9th Century), Cholas of Tanjore (10th Century), Pandyas of Madurai (14th Century) and the rulers of the Vijayanagar (14th and 15th Centuries). Hindu mythology mentions the story of Balaji. Once sage Brighu wanted to find out who is the supreme one among the Hindu triad. Not being satisfied with the hospitality given by Brahma and Shiva, the sage went to Vaikunta and kicked Lord Vishnu on the chest to grab his attention.Since Vishnu’s consort Lakshmi was residing in the chest of the Lord, she felt insulted and left Vaikunta to the earth. Lord Vishnu came to the earth in search of Lakshmi who had taken birth in the family of a king in the name Padmavati and married her on the Tirupati hills and got enshrined there forever to save the people of the Kali age. A famous verse from the puranas speak of the greatness of tirupati Balaji temple: -----Venkatadri Samasthanam Brahmande Nasti Kinchana----- Venkatesha Samo Devo Na Bhuto Na Bhavishyati There is no sacred place on the earth equal to Venkatadri (Tirupati – Tirumala; There is no Lord equal to Lord Venkatesha (Balaji)The construction of Tirupati Balaji temple began in 300 AD with subsequent additions made from time to time. In the history of the temple, much of its wealth and size was gained during the reign of the Vijayanagara rulers who poured gold and diamonds into the treasury of the temple. When the emperor Krishnadevaraya visited the temple in 1517, he ordered for the gilding of the inner roof of the temple. The rulers of the Kingdom of Mysore and the Gadwal Samsthan visited the temple regularly and contributed so much valuables. During the mid part of the eighteenth century, Maratha general Raghoji I Bhonsle established a permanent body to administer the temple worship. The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) was instituted through the TTD Act in 1932. Listen this beautiful song of Lord Venkateswara | గోవిందుడి అద్భుత సంకీర్తన | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati is a famous Hindu deity. Every year millions of people throng to the hills of Tirumala to seek blessings of the Lord. It is believed that Lord Venkateshwara resides at Tirumala with His consort Padmavathi. Lord Venkateshwara is also known by the name of Balaji, Srinivasa and Govinda. Lord Venkateshwara is believed to be one of the richest deities of India. The myth about the riches of the Tirumala God says that Lord Srinivasa is still repaying the debt of His marriage to Goddess Padmavathi which He had taken from Kuber, from the donations made by devotees. Lord Venkateshwara is deemed as a very powerful deity. It is said that the Lord fulfills all the wishes of an individual if the devotee asks with a true heart and strong determination. Many people ask for wishes to the Lord and then offer their hair at the temple when the wish is fulfilled. Once Sage Bhrigu, who was believed to be born with an extra eye in his foot, went around the Universe seeking true knowledge. First, he approached Lord Brahma. But Lord Brahma was so engrossed in chanting the name of Vishnu that He did not notice sage Bhrigu. Enraged at this behaviour, sage Bhrigu cursed Brahma that nobody will ever worship Him on earth. Then the sage went to Lord Shiva. At that time Shiva was engrossed in talking to Goddess Parvati and failed to notice the sage. So, the sage cursed the Lord that He would be worshipped only as stones (linga). After that sage Bhrigu went to Lord Vishnu, who also did not notice him. Enraged at this, the sage kicked Lord Vishnu at His chest. It is believed that Goddess Mahalakshmi resides in Lord Vishnu's chest. In an attempt to calm down the sage, Lord Vishnu held the sage's legs and started pressing them gently. While doing this, the Lord squeezed out the extra eye of the sage from his foot which brought an end to the sage's ego. The sage apologised for his mistake. However, Goddess Mahalakshmi was extremely disappointed with Lord Vishnu on His act of apologising to the sage. She became very angry, left Vaikuntha and descended on Earth. The forlorn Lord Vishnu also came to Earth to look for the Goddess and took refuge in an ant hill under a tamarind tree near Venkata Hill. The Lord gave up food and sleep and started meditating for the Goddess to return. Seeing the pain of Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Shiva took the form of a cow and calf. The king of the Chola country bought them and sent them grazing on the fields of the Venkata hill. On discovering Lord Vishnu on the ant hill, the cow fed Him with milk. The Queen at the palace became very angry as the cow was not able to produce milk. So, she asked the cow herder to keep a watch on the cow. The cow herder found that the cow was spilling all its milk on an anthill. Angered by the cow, the cow herder attempted to kill it with his axe. Then, Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and took the blow. On seeing Lord Vishnu covered with blood, the cow herder fell down and died of shock. After that the king came rushing to the spot and found the cow herder dead..... Listen this beautiful song of Lord Srinivasa this Saturday | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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SRI VENKATESWARA SWAMY (BALAJI) TEMPLE PRESENTS ANNAMACHARYA SANKEERTANA BY AMMA JYOTHIRMAYE KONDAVEETI RESEARCH SCHOLAR IN ANNAMAYYA SANKEERTHANAS SATURDAY JULY 8, 2017 INTRODUCTION: AMMA JYOTHIRMAYE KONDAVEETI "Kondalalo Nelakonna Raayudu" Sri Annamacharya Vocal: Amma Jyothirmaye Kondaveeti Violin: Sasidhar Madugula Tabla: Saagar Raavi VIDEOGRAPHY: DR. NAG RAO
    

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According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice (homa) on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu (who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot) to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur (Kolhapur) on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha (the boar avatar of Vishnu) to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother. A while later, a King named Akasa Raja who belonged to the Lunar race, came to rule over Tondamandalam. The childless Akasa Raja performed a sacrifice to gain an heir. As part of the sacrifice, he was ploughing the fields. The plough struck a lotus, which had an infant girl in it. Upon the advice of a divine voice that the girl would be a harbinger of fortune, the king adopted the girl and named her Padmavati, since she was found in a lotus (padma). The princess grew up into a beautiful maiden and was attended by a host of maids...... Listen this song you will get 1000 times blessings from God Venkateswara | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Vishnu is one of the principal deities of Hinduism, and the Supreme Being in its Vaishnavism tradition.Vishnu is the "preserver" in the Hindu triad (Trimurti) that includes Brahma and Shiva.In Vaishnavism, Vishnu is identical to the formless metaphysical concept called Brahman, the supreme, the Svayam Bhagavan, who takes various avatars as "the preserver, protector" whenever the world is threatened with evil, chaos, and destructive forces.His avatars most notably include Rama in the Ramayana and Krishna in the Mahabharata. He is also known as Narayana, Jagannath, Vasudeva, Vithoba, and Hari. He is one of the five equivalent deities worshipped in Panchayatana puja of the Smarta Tradition of Hinduism.In Hindu iconography, Vishnu is usually depicted as having a pale or dark blue complexion and having four arms. He holds a padma (lotus flower) in his lower left hand, Kaumodaki gada (mace) in his lower right hand, Panchajanya shankha (conch) in his upper left hand and the Sudarshana Chakra (discus) in his upper right hand. A traditional depiction is Vishnu reclining on the coils of the serpent Shesha, accompanied by his consort Lakshmi, as he "dreams the universe into reality". Yaska, the mid 1st-millennium BCE Vedanga scholar, in his Nirukta (etymological interpretation), defines Vishnu as viṣṇur viṣvater vā vyaśnoter vā, "one who enters everywhere". He also writes, atha yad viṣito bhavati tad viṣnurbhavati, "that which is free from fetters and bondages is Vishnu".The medieval Indian scholar Medhātithi suggested that the word Vishnu has etymological roots in viś, meaning to pervade, thereby connoting that Vishnu is "one who is everything and inside everything". Vishnu means "all pervasive"Vishnu is a Vedic deity, but not a prominent one when compared to Indra, Agni and others.Just 5 out of 1028 hymns of the Rigveda, a 2nd millennium BCE Hindu text, are dedicated to Vishnu, and he finds minor mention in the other hymns.Vishnu is mentioned in the Brahmana layer of text in the Vedas, thereafter his profile rises and over the history of Indian mythology, states Jan Gonda, Vishnu becomes a divinity of the highest rank, one equivalent to the Supreme Being. Though a minor mention and with overlapping attributes in the Vedas, he has important characteristics in various hymns of Rig Veda, such as 1.154.5, 1.56.3 and 10.15.3.In these hymns, the Vedic mythology asserts that Vishnu resides in that highest home where departed Atman (souls) reside, an assertion that may have been the reason for his increasing emphasis and popularity in Hindu soteriology.He is also described in the Vedic literature as the one who supports heaven and earth. In the Vedic hymns, Vishnu is invoked alongside other deities, especially Indra, whom he helps in killing the symbol of evil named Vritra.His distinguishing characteristic in Vedas is his association with light. Two Rigvedic hymns in Mandala 7 refer to Vishnu. In section 7.99 of the Rgveda, Vishnu is addressed as the god who separates heaven and earth, a characteristic he shares with Indra. In the Vedic texts, the deity or god referred to as Vishnu is Surya or Savitr (Sun god), who also bears the name Suryanarayana. Again, this link to Surya is a characteristic Vishnu shares with fellow Vedic deities named Mitra and Agni, where in different hymns, they too "bring men together" and cause all living beings to rise up and impel them to go about their daily activities. In hymn 7.99 of Rigveda, Indra-Vishnu are equivalent and produce the sun, with the verses asserting that this sun is the source of all energy and light for all.In other hymns of the Rigveda, Vishnu is a close friend of Indra.Elsewhere in Rigveda, Atharvaveda and Upanishadic texts, Vishnu is equivalent to Prajapati, both are described as the protector and preparer of the womb, and according to Klaus Klostermaier, this may be the root behind post-Vedic fusion of all the attributes of the Vedic Prajapati unto the avatars of Vishnu. In the Yajurveda, Taittiriya Aranyaka (10.13.1), Narayana sukta, Narayana is mentioned as the supreme being. The first verse of Narayana Suktam mentions the words paramam padam, which literally mean highest post and may be understood as the supreme abode for all souls. This is also known as Param Dhama, Paramapadam or Vaikuntha. Rig Veda 1.22.20 also mentions the same paramam padam.In the Atharvaveda.... Listen this beautiful song about Lord Vishnu which gives you peace of mind | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Venkateswara Temple is a landmark Vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and Lord here is referred to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is also known by other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple. Lord Venkateswara is known by many other names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. Tirumala Hills are part of Seshachalam Hills range. The hills are 853 metres above sea level. The Hills comprises seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha. The temple lies on the seventh peak -Venkatadri, on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini, a holy water tank. Hence the temple is also referred to as "Temple of Seven Hills". Tirumala town covers about 10.33 sq mi in area. It is the richest temple in the world in terms of donations received and wealth.The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily , while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world. In 2016, it was reported that 27.3 million pilgrims visited the temple. It is around 435 kmfrom Vijayawada, 571.9 km from Hyderabad, 138 kmfrom Chennai, 291 km from Bangalore, and 781.2 km from Visakhapatnam There are several legends associated with the manifestation of the Lord in Tirumala. According to one legend, the temple has a murti of Lord Venkateswara, which it is believed shall remain here for the entire duration of the present Kali Yuga. Lord venkateswara orginal video you never sean |శ్రీనివాసుడి దివ్యమంగళ రూపం | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Victory to Lord Narayana, who is Lord Govinda and the protector,Victory to Lord Narayana, who is Lord Gopala and the protector,Oh ocean of mercy, Of God who is as majestic as the sea Narayana.Oh Lord, who is similar to the rich cloud.,Oh Lord who destroys the ills of the Kali Age. Narayana.Oh Lord who played in the shores of Yamuna,Oh Lord who wore the chain made of Kousthubha. Narayana.Oh Lord who dresses in the yellow silk,Oh Lord who is the storehouse of good to devas. Narayana. Oh Lord who wears Garland of pretty Gunja seeds,Oh Lord who takes the form of the invisible man. Narayana.Oh Lord who enjoys the honey from lips of Radha, Oh lord who is the crown of the princes of dynasty of the moon. Narayana.... The great stuthi of Lord Venkateswara which called as Narayana Mantra | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Venkateswara Temple is a landmark Vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and Lord here is referred to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is also known by other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple. Lord Venkateswara is known by many other names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. Tirumala Hills are part of Seshachalam Hills range. The hills are 853 metres above sea level. The Hills comprises seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha. The temple lies on the seventh peak -Venkatadri, on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini, a holy water tank. Hence the temple is also referred to as "Temple of Seven Hills". Tirumala town covers about 10.33 sq mi in area. The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be constructed over a period of time starting from 300 AD. The Garbagriha is called AnandaNilayam. The presiding deity, Venkateswara, is in standing posture and faces east in Garbha griha. The temple follows Vaikhanasa Agama tradition of worship. The temple is one of the eight Vishnu Swayambhu Kshetras and is listed as 106th and the last earthly Divya Desam. The Temple premises had two modern Queue complex buildings to organize the pilgrim rush, Tarigonda Venamagmba Annaprasadam complex for free meals to Pilgrims, hair tonsure buildings and a number of pilgrim lodging sites. It is the richest temple in the world in terms of donations received and wealth. The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily 30 to 40 million people annually on , while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world. In 2016, it was reported that 27.3 million pilgrims visited the temple.It is around 435 km from Vijayawada, 571.9 km from Hyderabad, 138 km from Chennai, 291 km from Bangalore, and 781.2 km from Visakhapatnam There are several legends associated with the manifestation of the Lord in Tirumala. According to one legend, the temple has a murti of Lord Venkateswara, which it is believed shall remain here for the entire duration of the present Kali Yuga.Every year, lakhs of devotees donate a large amount of wealth at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.Goddess Lakshmi, also referred as Sri, once had a fight with Lord Vishnu and left Vaikunta. She came and settled on earth in disguise. Lord Vishnu soon arrived on earth searching for Goddess Lakshmi. But He failed to find her and instead settled on Tirumala hills in the form of a forest gatherer and continued the search. During the search, Lord Vishnu met a beautiful girl named Padmavati who was the daughter of the King of the seven hills in Tirumala. They both fell in love and decided to get married. The father of Padmavati asked for a huge bridal price and to pay the money Lord Vishnu took a large loan from Kubera, the Hindu god who is the treasurer of wealth. Kubera gave the loan on the condition that Vishnu cannot return to Vaikunta without paying off the debt. Lord Vishnu resides at Tirumala as Tirupati Venkateswara without returning to Vaikunta until the payment is made. To help him repay his debt, devotees offer him wealth and in return Lord Vishnu fulfills their prayers. In 2014, an RTI petition was filed by Narasimha Murti,[10] an RTI activist belonging to Bangalore, seeking to know "how much Lord Venkateswara had received from Lord Kubera and how many more years it would take for the devotees to clear this debt". If you listen this song every Saturday Lord Srinivasa will bless your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-04T02:38:50.000Z

Bhakti literally means "attachment, participation, fondness for, homage, faith, love, devotion, worship, purity".In Hinduism, it refers to devotion to, and love for, a personal god or a representational god by a devotee.In ancient texts such as the Shvetashvatara Upanishad, the term simply means participation, devotion and love for any endeavor, while in the Bhagavad Gita, it connotes one of the possible paths of spirituality and towards moksha, as in bhakti marga. Bhakti in Indian religions is "emotional devotionalism", particularly to a personal god or to spiritual ideas.The term also refers to a movement, pioneered by Alvars and Nayanars, that developed around the gods Vishnu (Vaishnavism), Brahma (Brahmanism), Shiva (Shaivism) and Devi (Shaktism) in the second half of the 1st millennium CE.It grew rapidly in India after the 12th century in the various Hindu traditions, possibly in response to the arrival of Islam in India. Bhakti ideas have inspired many popular texts and saint-poets in India. The Bhagavata Purana, for example, is a Krishna-related text associated with the Bhakti movement in Hinduism.Bhakti is also found in other religions practiced in India, and it has influenced interactions between Christianity and Hinduism in the modern era. Nirguni bhakti (devotion to the divine without attributes) is found in Sikhism, as well as Hinduism. Outside India, emotional devotion is found in some Southeast Asian and East Asian Buddhist traditions, and it is sometimes referred to as Bhatti. The Bhagavad Gita, variously dated to have been composed in 5th to 2nd century BCE,introduces bhakti yoga in combination with karma yoga and jnana yoga,while the Bhagavata Purana expands on bhakti yoga, offering nine specific activities for the bhakti yogi.Bhakti in the Bhagavad Gita offered an alternative to two dominant practices of religion at the time: the isolation of the sannyasin and the practice of religious ritual.Bhakti Yoga is described by Swami Vivekananda as "the path of systematized devotion for the attainment of union with the Absolute". In various chapters, including the twelfth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna describes bhakti yoga as one of the paths to the highest spiritual attainments.In the sixth chapter, for example, the Gita states the following about bhakti yogin. The yogin who, established in oneness, Honors Me as abiding in all beings, In whatever way he otherwise acts, Dwells in Me. He who sees equality in everything, In the image of his own Self, Arjuna, Whether in pleasure or in pain, Is thought to be a supreme yogin. Of all yogins, He who has merged his inner Self in Me, Honors me, full of faith, Is thought to be the most devoted to Me. — Bhagavad Gita, The Yoga of Meditation, VI.31-VI.32, VI.47. Listen this beautiful devotional song its touch your heart | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-05-19T07:00:05.000Z

Tirumala is a census town in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a part of Tirupati Urban Development Authority and located in Tirupati rural mandal of Tirupati revenue division. It is a hill town where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located, which is the abode of Lord Venkateswara. Tirumala is located 3,200 feet above sea level and covers an area of approximately 10.33 square miles . Surrounding the hills are seven peaks of Seshachalam range, Eastern Ghats namely Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri. The temple of Sri Venkateswara is on the seventh peak Venkatadri. At 21 km point on the Tirupati – Tirumala Ghat road, there is a major discontinuity of stratigraphic significance that represents a period of remarkable serenity in the geological history of the Earth. This is referred to as Eparchaean Unconformity. This Unconformity separates the Proterozoic Nagari Quartazite and Archean granite representing a time gap of 800 Ma. In 2001, the Geological Survey of India declared the Eparchaean Unconfirmity to be one of the 26 "Geological Monuments of India". Silathoranam, a Natural arch and a distinctive geological wonder is located in Tirumala Hills at a distance of 1 km from Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The Arch measures 8 metres in width and 3 metres in height and is eroded out of quartizite of Cuddapah Supergroup of Middle to Upper Proterozoic by weathering agents such as water and wind. This beautiful song describes Lord Venkateswara leela and his power | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Think anything auspicious in the Hindu context and Ganesha is one of the default visions. Why? Because as legend has it, Ganesha was to be the first lord of worship during any religious procession or celebration. That being said, we know how the Ganesh Chaturthi fever is already taking over our lives. But as we get ready to gorge on modaks and chant aartis dedicated to the destroyer of obstacles, here are a few things about the cutest lord of them all you probably didn't know: 1. The elephant head It's said that Lord Ganesha's mother, Goddess Parvati, carved an idol of a boy out of turmeric powder and breathed life into it, unbeknownst to her husband, Lord Shiva. So, when Ganesha denied Lord Shiva entry into his abode--because Goddess Parvati was bathing inside--Shiva decapitated Ganesha's head in anger. According to legend, an elephant was the first animal that Lord Brahma later found when he went out to look for one (to replace Ganesha's head). A beautiful and amazing song of Lord Ganesha which gives us peace and prosperity | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows:Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice (homa) on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu (who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot) to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same.Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur (Kolhapur) on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati.Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha (the boar avatar of Vishnu) to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother. If you listen this song Lord Srinivasa gives blessings to your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-07T01:19:12.000Z

According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same.Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. Thereafter, Vishnu, as Srinivasa, decided to stay in Varaha Kshetra and requested Varaha to grant him a site for his stay. Srinivasa ordained that a pilgrimage to his shrine would not be complete unless it is preceded by a bath in the Pushkarini and the worship of Varaha before him. Vishnu built a hermitage and lived there, attended to by Vakula Devi who looked after him like a mother. A while later, a King named Akasa Raja who belonged to the Lunar race, came to rule over Tondamandalam. The childless Akasa Raja performed a sacrifice to gain an heir. As part of the sacrifice, he was ploughing the fields. The plough struck a lotus, which had an infant girl in it. Upon the advice of a divine voice that the girl would be a harbinger of fortune, the king adopted the girl and named her Padmavati, since she was found in a lotus ....... If you listen this song Lord Venkateswara gives blessings to your family | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-07T00:50:34.000Z

In 3228 BCE in Mathura, India, a child was born who was destined to reshape the spiritual and temporal destiny of mankind—Sri Krishna. In his 125 years of life, Sri Krishna made an indelible impression upon mankind’s collective consciousness—re-educating the world about devotion and dharma as well as the ultimate reality. His life was a model for people in days past, the modern world and surely for those in ages to come. Seeing Krishna as a perfect personification of divinity, to this day hundreds of millions of people pray to him, chant his names, meditate on his form and try to put his teachings into practice. His life has inspired a treasure house of poetry, music, painting, sculpture and other fine arts. As Amma says, “His glory is unsurpassable. His story is a source of joy and inspiration for people from all walks of life.” A child, a brother, a charioteer, a warrior, a disciple, a guru, a cowherd, a messenger, the beloved of the gopis… Throughout his life, Krishna enacted so many roles—the whole time never forgetting that they were just that, roles, and that his true nature was eternal, ever blissful consciousness. In this way, he was able to remain detached and thus perform flawlessly, never allowing the smile to fall from his face. This, Amma says, is perhaps his greatest teaching. “There have been very few who have been able to rejoice both in victory and in defeat,” Amma says. “Sri Krishna is one who celebrated both life and death. That is why he was always able to give a big smile. He took birth with a smile on his face, lived with a smile, and left his body with a smile. The message that he conveyed through his life is that we should make life full of laughter.” Krishna’s life was so full, it would be impossible to recount it all here. It is told primarily through Srimad Bhagavatam, Garga Samhita, Visnu Purana, Brahmavaivarta Purana, Mahabharata, Harivamsa and several other puranas. However, here are some of the broad strokes. Krishna, in fact, took birth in a prison cell. A sage had told his egoistic uncle, King Kamsa, that he would be killed by his sister Devaki’s child. So Kamsa imprisoned Devaki and had each child she bore murdered. However, Devaki, and her husband, Vasudeva, finally were able to sneak one child off to safety. This was Sri Krishna. They sent Krishna off to Vraja, where he was raised by a foster mother, Yasoda. It was in Vrindavan, one of the villages of Vraja, that Krishna won the hearts of the gopis, the cowherds of the village. “By spending all his time with the gopis of Vrindavan—playing with them, joking with them, stealing their butter and milk, etc—what he actually was doing was stealing their hearts,” Amma says. It is from this that Krishna was given the name “Chitta Chora” [one who steals the mind]. Kamsa sent many assassins to kill Krishna, but none of them were able to do so. And in the end, Krishna returned to Mathura and killed Kamsa, restoring dharma to the land. If you listen this song you will find out Lord Krishna leelas | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-08-11T00:46:44.000Z

Venkateswara , also known as Śrīnivāsa, Bālājī, Vēṅkaṭa, Venkata Ramana, Vēṅkaṭācalapati, Tirupati Timmappa and Govindha,is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India. Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice homa on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu who had an extra eye in the sole of his foot to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur (Kolhapur) on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Taking pity on Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva assumed the forms of a cow and its calf to serve him. Lakshmi in the form of a cowherdess sold the cow and calf to the king of the Chola country. The Chola king sent them to graze on the Venkata Hill along with his herd of cattle. Discovering Vishnu on the ant-hill, the cow provided its milk, and thus fed him. Meanwhile, at the palace, the cow was not yielding any milk, for which the Chola queen chastised the royal cow herder severely. To find out the cause of lack of milk, the cow herder followed the cow secretly and discovered the cow emptying her udder over the ant-hill. Angered by the conduct of the cow, the cow herder flung his axe to harm the cow. However, Vishnu rose from the ant-hill to receive the blow and save the cow. When the cow herder saw Vishnu bleed by the blow of his axe, he fell down and died of shock. The cow returned to the king, bellowing in fright and with blood stains all over her body. To find out the cause of the cow's terror, the king followed her and found the cow herder lying dead on the ground near the ant-hill. Vishnu rose from the ant-hill and cursed the king to become an Rakshasa (demon) because of the fault of his servant. Upon the king pleading innocence, Vishnu blessed him to be born as Akasa Raja and that the curse would end when Vishnu will be adorned with a crown presented by Akasa Raja at the time of his marriage with Padmavati. If you listen this song Lord Venkateswara always with you | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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this song is composed by thaallapaka annamacharyulu, praising lord sri venkateshwara swamy. now this song is sung by g.rohini.....
    

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Kondalalo Nelakonna - Annamacharya Krithi (Instrumental)
    

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Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati is a famous Hindu deity. Every year millions of people throng to the hills of Tirumala to seek blessings of the Lord. It is believed that Lord Venkateshwara resides at Tirumala with His consort Padmavathi. Lord Venkateshwara is also known by the name of Balaji, Srinivasa and Govinda. Lord Venkateshwara is believed to be one of the richest deities of India. The myth about the riches of the Tirumala God says that Lord Srinivasa is still repaying the debt of His marriage to Goddess Padmavathi which He had taken from Kuber, from the donations made by devotees. Lord Venkateshwara is deemed as a very powerful deity. It is said that the Lord fulfills all the wishes of an individual if the devotee asks with a true heart and strong determination. Many people ask for wishes to the Lord and then offer their hair at the temple when the wish is fulfilled. Once Sage Bhrigu, who was believed to be born with an extra eye in his foot, went around the Universe seeking true knowledge. First, he approached Lord Brahma. But Lord Brahma was so engrossed in chanting the name of Vishnu that He did not notice sage Bhrigu. Enraged at this behaviour, sage Bhrigu cursed Brahma that nobody will ever worship Him on earth. Then the sage went to Lord Shiva. At that time Shiva was engrossed in talking to Goddess Parvati and failed to notice the sage. So, the sage cursed the Lord that He would be worshipped only as stones (linga). After that sage Bhrigu went to Lord Vishnu, who also did not notice him. Enraged at this, the sage kicked Lord Vishnu at His chest. It is believed that Goddess Mahalakshmi resides in Lord Vishnu's chest. In an attempt to calm down the sage, Lord Vishnu held the sage's legs and started pressing them gently. While doing this, the Lord squeezed out the extra eye of the sage from his foot which brought an end to the sage's ego. The sage apologised for his mistake. However, Goddess Mahalakshmi was extremely disappointed with Lord Vishnu on His act of apologising to the sage. She became very angry, left Vaikuntha and descended on Earth. The forlorn Lord Vishnu also came to Earth to look for the Goddess and took refuge in an ant hill under a tamarind tree near Venkata Hill. The Lord gave up food and sleep and started meditating for the Goddess to return. Seeing the pain of Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Shiva took the form of a cow and calf. The king of the Chola country bought them and sent them grazing on the fields of the Venkata hill. On discovering Lord Vishnu on the ant hill, the cow fed Him with milk. The Queen at the palace became very angry as the cow was not able to produce milk. So, she asked the cow herder to keep a watch on the cow. The cow herder found that the cow was spilling all its milk on an anthill. Angered by the cow, the cow herder attempted to kill it with his axe. Then, Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and took the blow. On seeing Lord Vishnu covered with blood, the cow herder fell down and died of shock. After that the king came rushing to the spot and found the cow herder dead. Then Lord Vishnu appeared out of the ant hill and cursed the King to be born as an asura for the conduct of his servant. The King apologised to the Lord and asked for mercy. Then the Lord blessed him with a boon that he will be born as Akasa Raja and give his daughter Padmavathi in marriage to Lord Vishnu. Thus, Lord Vishnu took the form of Srinivasa and started residing in the Varaha Ksetra. Many years later a king named Akasa Raja came to rule the region and he had a lovely daughter named Padmavathi. Chant this song every Saturday Lord Srinivasa gives you blessings | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2018-11-04T01:22:05.000Z

Hinduism believes in one God. However, for the purpose of administering the creation, the Supreme Energy manifests into trinity namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. In India, Nepal and many other countries, there are temples dedicated to these three forms. Among the trinity, Lord Brahma creates and Lord Shiva destroys while Lord Vishnu is called the protector of the created universe. Here are some lesser known facts about Lord Vishnu.Lord Vishnu is depicted reclining on a snake bed in the ocean of cosmos. He is engaged in eternal sleep or Yoga Nidra (meditative sleep) for ages on this thousand headed serpent called Adisesha with Lakshmi, his consort offering her services to the Lord. When he woke up, he stirred due to which a lotus flower rose up from his belly. This flower blossomed, giving birth to Lord Brahma, the creator. Lord Brahma saw his divine father Lord Vishnu, paid his respects to the Lord and then started the creative process with Lord Vishnu’s blessings. Hindu scriptures say Lord Vishnu incarnated ten times on this earth to annihilate evil and promote righteousness. His incarnations in line are Matsya (fish), Kurma (turtle), Varaha (boar), Narasimha (man-lion), Vamana (the dwarf), Parashurama (the man with axe) Rama, Krishna, Balarama and Kalki. Among these ten, Kalki is called the Bavishya Avatar who will manifest at the end of this Kali age to destroy the worlds and start new creations. From the first to the last incarnation, we find a gradual evolution from an animal with two senses to the complete incarnation namely Krishna, thus showing the eternal journey of man.Lord Vishnu's abode is known as Param Padam or Vaikunt, the supreme celestial abode. It is said the souls which are conferred liberation live in this divine abode. Scriptures say Vaikunta is located at about 209,600,000 miles above the Satyaloka, the abode of Brahma. Bhagavata Purana describes that the souls residing here possess a skin glowing with sky blue complexion. Their eyes are beautiful like lotus and they are dressed in shining yellow garments. These radiant beings are free from all illusions and are superior to the other souls. Lord Vishnu is depicted with a blue complexion. This signifies his all-pervasive nature. In fact the term Vishnu means all pervasive. In his four hands Lord Vishnu carries Shankh (Conch), Chakra (discuss), Gadha (mace) and Padma (Lotus). Endowed with the mission of annihilating the demons, Lord Vishnu carries a bow called Sarnga. In temples, Lord Vishnu is shown standing or seated and reclining poses. The most famous posture of Lord Vishnu is the one reclining on the snake Adisesha in the ocean of milk.Goddess Lakshmi is the energy of Lord Vishnu. She is always shown with the Lord as she is said to follow him on the move. While Vishnu protects the created universe, Lakshmi nurtures the universe with energy, food, wealth, beauty and radiance. The permanent seat of Goddess Lakshmi is the chest of Lord Vishnu. Therefore in temples it is very common to see the image of Lord Vishnu with the image of Lakshmi in his chest. Lakshmi is also depicted as a mole ‘Srivatsa’ in the Lord’s chest. There is a deep philosophy behind why Lord Vishnu sleeps on the snake Adisesha. Serpent represents the horror and dangers of the world. The world around us is unbelievable, threatening, deceitful and challenging. However, like the serene and smiling face of the Lord resting on the dreadful snake, humans must maintain their balance and self-confidence amidst the chaos and confusions of the world.In his fifth incarnation as the dwarf, Lord Vishnu approached the demon Mahabali who was performing a huge sacrifice. During the sacrifice, it was customary to give away anything the visitors might ask the performer. Vamana, the dwarf asked the demon to give him as much land as measured by three steps of his feet and the demon agreed. At once, the dwarf took a gigantic form and measured the earth and skies in just two feet. Mahabali then surrendered to the Lord and Lord Vishnu blessed the demon by placing his third feet on the demon’s head. Listen this beautiful song of Lord Vishnu this Sunday you will get best result | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video & Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com
    

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Published Date : 2017-08-23T14:32:30.000Z

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Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata"The word is a combination of the words Venkata the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh and isvara "Lord".According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem @ sins and kata @ power of immunity, According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara is as follows: Once, sages headed by Kashyapa began to perform a fire sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who is the patron deity of the sacrifice. Unable to answer, the sages approached Sage Bhrigu to determine the worthy patron god among the Trimurti, the Hindu trinune gods. Bhrigu first went to Satyaloka, the abode of the god Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka. He then reached Kailash, the abode of the god Shiva. Bhrigu found Shiva deep in meditation with his wife Parvati by his side. Feeling ignored, Bhrigu cursed Shiva too and left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. At Vaikuntha, Vishnu was resting on the serpent Shesha with his consort Lakshmi in service at his feet. Bhrigu was infuriated and kicked Vishnu on his chest, the place of Lakshmi in Vishnu's body. To pacify the sage, Vishnu held his legs and pressed them gently. He squeezed the extra eye in Bhrigu's foot - the symbol of his egotism. The sage realized his folly and apologized to Vishnu. There upon, Bhrigu concluded that Vishnu was supreme of the Trimurti and informed the sages the same. Lakshmi was angered by Vishnu's action of placating Bhrigu who had kicked her place in Vishnu's body and thus insulted her. She abandoned her heavenly abode and resided in Karavirapur on earth. After her departure, a forlorn Vishnu followed suit and took abode in an ant-hill under a tamarind tree, beside a pushkarini on the Venkata hill, meditating for the return of Lakshmi, without food or sleep. Song about Lord venkateswara and his grace | నిత్యాత్ముడై యుండి నిత్యుడై వెలుగొందు | PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
    

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Published Date : 2018-05-31T03:07:06.000Z

Dashavatara refers to the ten primary avatars of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation. Vishnu is said to descend in form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. The word Dashavatara derives from daśa, meaning 'ten', and avatar , roughly equivalent to 'incarnation'. The list of included avatars varies across sects and regions, and no list can be uncontroversially presented as standard. However, most draw from the following set of figures, omitting at least one of those listed in parentheses: Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parashurama, Rama, Krishna and Kalki. Some traditions include a regional deity such as Vithoba or Jagannath in penultimate position, replacing Krishna or Buddha. The word Dashavatara derives from daśa, meaning 'ten' and avatar meaning 'incarnation'. Number of occurrences of these avatars of lord Vishnu are one less than the total number of avatars in previous yuga. Satya Yuga - Had 4 Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha Treta Yuga - Had 3 Vamana, Parshurama, Rama Dvapara Yuga- Had 1 Krishna Kali Yuga- Had 1, Yet to have 1 Lord Buddha, Kalki Incarnation of the Divine God Vishnu incarnates on Earth from time to time to eradicate evil forces, to restore the dharma and to liberate the worthy ones or devotees from the cycle of births and deaths. Vishnu in his avatar as Krishna speaks in the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 4 Shloka 8: "To deliver the pious and to annihilate the miscreants, as well as to reestablish the principles of righteousness, I manifest myself, millennium after millennium". A similar thread appears in Buddhism. The Pāli Canon refers to 28 Buddhas,while the Mahayana tradition additionally has many Buddhas of celestial origin, for example Amitābha and Vairocana. The Mahayana tradition also knows the Eighteen Arhats who protect the Buddhist faith,and all schools of Buddhism await for the coming of Maitreya, a Buddha prophesied to arrive on earth many millennia after Gautama Buddha's death and Parinirvana. The first four avatars of Vishnu appeared in Satya or Krita Yuga, the first of the four Yugas, also called 'The Golden Age', the next three in the second Yuga, the Treta Yuga, the one avatar after that appeared in the third Yuga, the Dwapara Yuga and the two remaining avatars, including tenth and the last avatar, appear in the last Yuga, Kali Yuga. The time till completion for Kali Yuga is in 427,000 years. In the Vishnu Purana and the Bhagavata Purana, the Kali-yuga ending is described with the appearance of Kalki, who will defeat the wicked, liberate the virtuous, and initiate a new Satya or Kalki Yuga. This song describes Lord Vishnu Dasavataras | హరి అవతారములే అఖిలదేవతలు .| PSLV TV share This video Hope you like this video And Please Subscribe my channel for more Updated videos like this ------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to My channel :https://goo.gl/KaT4cD Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/tAvBj2 Google+ : Twitter : https://goo.gl/GLLQfZ Youtube : https://goo.gl/zeUm1f WebSite : http://www.pslvtv.com/ Thumbnail Credits & Intro : ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Get latest updates in pslvtv.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC5Qw_7hne0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

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