Surya Savarnika Manavu Ashramam is a registered Hindu Religious society vide in No. 8713/1999.It's aims and objects are diffusion of useful knowledge in the fields of Legal,Medical,Scientific,Political and philosophical for the promotion of reformative prosperous views among Hindu sects and also establish Orphanage homes,Educational Institutions.It is located at Garlavoddu @Garloddu village,Enkuru Mandal,Khammam District,Telangana State,India.
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THE HINDU'S MOST POWERFUL GOD LORD SHIVA
OM NAMO SIVA RUDRAYA..
OM NAMO SITHI KANTAAYA..
OM NAMO HARA NAGA BARANAYAA..
PRANAVAAYA, DAMA DAMA DAMARUKA NADHA NANDAAYA....
Shiva is 'shakti' or power, Shiva is the destroyer, the most
powerful god of the Hindu pantheon and one of the godheads in the Hindu
Trinity. Known by many names - Mahadeva, Mahayogi, Pashupati, Nataraja,
Bhairava, Vishwanath, Bhava, Bhole Nath - Lord Shiva is perhaps the most
complex of Hindu deities. Hindus recognize this by putting his shrine in the
temple separate from those of other deities.
The actual image of Shiva is also distinct from other
deities: his hair piled high on the top of his head, with a crescent tucked
into it and the river Ganges tumbling from his
hairs. Around his neck is a coiled serpent representing Kundalini or the
spiritual energy within life. He holds a trident in his left hand in which is
bound the 'damroo' (small leather drum). He sits on a tiger skin and on his
right is a water pot. He wears the 'Rudraksha' beads and his whole body is
smeared with ash.
According to Hindu Mythology , Narasimha Avataar is fourth one. The hindu people
praises Narasimha Avataar in various forms. Out of them the most specific and
rare form is Gandabherunda
.As per mythological Texts the Ganda berunda form described as two headed bird.
The anger &ferocious form of Lord Gandabherunda Narasimha is two headed bird
while calm & peaceful form of Lord Ganabherunda Narasimha is Single headed
bird. This form appears as Maha Garuda I.e Great Eagle. Some of the Hindu devotees,worships the Lord Narasimha in
the form of 8 faces Gandaberunda which is called as "Astamukha Gandaberunda".The
Eight forms of "Astamukha Gandaberunda" is (1)Gandabherunda Pakshi Raja
(2)Nrisimha Mrugaraja (3)Maha vyaghra (4) Hayagriva (5) Adi Varaha (6) Aghora
Vaanarendra (7) Maha Garuda (8) Bhalluka
The Ganda Berunda took
physical form in the Narasimha,after Narasimha has slain
the demon Hiranyakashyapa,
through the taste of blood, N…
APPEARENCE OF LORD LAKSHMI NARASIMHA SWAMY IN THE FORMOF GANDA BHERUNDA (HOLY EAGLE IN YAGNAM AT ABOUT 8-27 P.M. ON 08-05-2012.
OM NAMO BHAGAVATE YAGNODBAVA GANDA BHERUNDA NARASIMHAYA NAMHA!PAAHI MAAM! PAHIMAAM1 RAKSHAMAAM! RAKSHAMAAM!.
BEFORE COMPLETING HOLY RITUAL FIRE.
The Garlavoddu LakShmi Narasimha Swamy Temle is one of the famous temple in Khammam district. The temple was founded by late Sri Maddigunta Tirupataiah, and presentlly it is under the management sri Thirpataiah's son Sri Maddigunta Narasiha Rao who has been recognized as Founder Trustee by the Andhra pradesh Endowments Department.
The said Temple located at garlavoddu village which is 45 K.Ms from Khammam Distict head quarters and nearest town is Kothagudem Town, which is 35 K.Ms distance away. In this Temple complex there are 3 temples, the main temple dedicated to Sri LakShmi Narasimha Swamy, and other temples dedicated to Goddess peddamma talli, and goddess Amdaallaamma talli respectively. The Temple has A big muKha Mantapam which is 60X60Ft, in measurement . In khammam District it is the big one. The Temple daily opens at 6.00A.M and closes at 1.00 P.M. Again it opens at 4.30 P.M. and closes at *.00P.M. The Saturday is the Special day as such on that day the temple remain…
The Manu Smrithi
says: In the beginning, all this existence was one undifferentiated,
unmanifested, indefinable, unarguable and unknown in every way. From this
condition arose the Universe of 'name and form' (Sanskrit: Namarupa),
through the medium of the Self-existent Creator i.e swayambhu.
The Hiraṇyagarbha Sūkta of the Rig Veda declares that God manifested Himself
in the beginning as the Creator of the Universe, encompassing all things,
including everything within Himself, the collective totality, as it were, of
the whole of creation, animating it as the Supreme Intelligence.It is as follows.
Sri Laxmi Narasimha Swamy
One phrase of the Rig Veda appears to indicate an epithet that can be rightly attributed to the form of Vishnu as Narasimha it clearly calls the qualities of Vishnu that are seen only in this avatara as "like some wild beast, dread, prowling, mountain-roaming" (RV.I 154.2a). There is a reference or an allusion to knowledge of Namuci story in RV.VIII 14.13: "With waters' foam you tore off, Indra, the head of Namuci, subduing all contending hosts." This short reference is believed to have culminated in the full puranic story of this highly popular Narasimha form
Narasimha And Prahlada
The story of Narasimha as described in the Bhagavata Purana is as follows:
In his previous avatara of Varaha, Vishnu killed a rakshasa known as Hiranyaksha. Hiranyaksha's brother Hiranyakashipu, greatly angered by this, started to abhor Lord Vishnu and his followers. To which end he decides to attempt to kill Vishnu by gaining mystical po…
Shalivahana was a commoner who became king, a rare event in ancient
India. He grew up as a poor widow's son, in a poor potter's family. A
holy man is said to have foretold that he would be king one day. As a
youth Salivahana broke-up the gangs that robbed traders' caravans. The
people of what is now Kotilingala on the bank of river Godavari, in Telangana region made him
king. Victories followed and he created a prosperous kingdom and this had been continued by his
successors by forming the Satavahana dynasty.On this king name "Shalivahana Era" has been established by the great Satavahana ruler Sri Goutami putra Satakarni who was one of the descendants from Shalivahana family. The Shalivahana Era The Shalivahana era, also known as the Saka era, is used with Hindu
calendars, the Indian national calendar, and the Cambodian Buddhist
calendar. Its year zero begins near the vernal equinox of 78.The Shalivahana calender is used by Telugus, Gujarathis…
Yadadri@yadagiri Lakshmi Narasimha Swami Temple is situated at Yadagiri Gutta in the Nalgonda District, Telangana State, India. It is a Famous Hindu Temple In Telangana State and dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy the fourth avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is nearly 60 Kilometers distance from Hyderabad city which is capital of Telangana State. Daily number of devotees from various part of the native state and country visits the temple . The Temple got specialty, being deity Lord Lakshmi Narasimha appeared in 5 forms here. The 5 forms are (1). Jwala Narasimha Swami (2). Yoganada Narasimha Swamy (3).Gandabherunda Narasimha Swamy, (4). Ugra Narasimha Swamy (5). Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. So this holy place is called as "Pancha Narasimha Swamy kshetram which means a place of five Narasimha forms .
Etymology of Yadadri
Yadadri means Yada+ Adri . Adri means in Sanskrit Language Hill. Yada is derived from a Great Sage name Yada Maharishi. once upon a time sag…
StaMbhadri ! This is the earlier name of present Khammam City. The name Khammam has been derived from the name of a local hill which has been called Stambhadri, that is an abode to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy and also believed to have been in existence since Tretayuga. The name of the the then town Stambhadri, later reportedly became KhaMbhadri, Khambham meTTu ,and finally to present name Khammam. The meaning of Stambhadri, Khambhadri, Khammam mettu, and Khammam is the one at the same i.e "Pillar". The city is located near the Munneru river which is a tributary of the river Krishna. As per Hindu Texts Lord Narasimha appears from a Pillar. So it is believed that Lord Narasimha appears from this Stambhadri and killed the demon Hiranyakashyapu. The ancient temple which has been exists on Stambadri Gutta is called as Stambhadri Gutta Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple and it is dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy.So Devotees as well as other People usually called…