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The Great devotional flow from "Sri Sailam to Srinivasa Sannidanam(Tirumala hills)

                                                                            This is a image which fixed at Tirumala Hills showing the great devotional flow This is another  image which fixed at Tirumala Hills showing the great devotional flow  In the Nallamalas forests there is an amazing flow which is neither water flow nor wind flow .It is purely   Devotional Flow. Daily number of Devotees visits the Temples which are exits in these region. This seems like river ganges flow from Gangotri to kalighat . hence it is a Great Devotional Flow From Sri Sailam ( Sri sailam hills)To Sri Vari Sannidanam (tirumala hills) .In This flow  region there are 5 famous temples ie, Sri SailaM, Tripurantakam, MahaNandi, Ahobilam and  Tirumala hills exists.  The above picture and below given video links can give full details  about Great devotional Flow.                                Nallamalla's Location:-       The Nallamalas (lit."Black Hills") (also called the N

"Shalivahana", the first telugu ruler from Kotilingala of Telangana !

                                                                                         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