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Garloddu SrI Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Ashtotharam !.

                                                                    The following Namavali are 108 Holy Names of Lord Narasimha and it's meaning.  01. Om narasimhaya namah - Obeisances unto the half-man half-lion Lord 02. Om mahasimhaya namah - Obeisances to the great lion 03. Om diyva-simhaya namah - Obeisances to the Divine lion 04. Om mahabalaya namah - Obeisances to the greatly powerful 05. Om ugra-simhaya namah - Obeisances to the terrifying lion 06. Om mahadevaya namah - Obeisances to the Lord of lords 07. Om stambha-ja-aya namah - Obeisances to One who appeared from the pillar 08. Om ugra-locanaya namah - Obeisances to one who possesses terrifying eyes 09. Om raudraya namah - Obeisances to the angry one 10. Om sarvadbhutaya namah - Obeisances to one who is wonderful in everyway 11. Om srimanaya namah - Obeisances to the most beautiful 12. Om yoganandaya namah - Obeisances to the source of yogic bliss 13. Om trivikramaya namah - Obeisances to Lo

Devotees from Bellary, Visits Surya Savarnika Manavu Ashramam & Garloddu Temple.

Mounesh Achar, Gadilinga Tamarapanti, Manavu, Nagaraja charyulu at Naga Puja .                                    It was  very pleasure to us when Devotees Sri Gadilinga Tamarapanti and Mounesh Achar came from Bellary of Karnataka State and visited our Temple as well as Ashramam.  Last Monday i.e on 28.8.2016 at about 9.00 A.M both devotees came to our Ashramam. After having bath me along with them went  for Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Darsan. They were felt very much spiritual pleasure in Deity i.e Lord Lakshmi Narasimha  Swamy Presence. We spend more than 4 hours at Garloddu Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple and after that  we returned to Ashramam.                                                                       Nacharam Adbhuta Venkateswara Swamy Temple.     At the evening time, we took our  guests to the Nacharam  Village where Lord Adbhuta Venkateswara Swamy Temple has been  located.  The Distance between Garloddu Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple and Nacharam Venk

About Khammam Stambhadri Gutta Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple.

                                                      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

9 Amazing Health Benefits of Sun Gazing !!

We are constantly looking for new ways to improve health and treat specific ailments – an endeavor that takes us around the world and into many different cultures. During one of those quests, we came across the process of sun gazing for improved health. It may sound like an unusual health treatment; however, it is actually considered to be one of the most effective therapeutic activities. What Is Sun Gazing? Sun gazing, a practice also known as sun eating, is a strict regimen of gradually allowing sunlight into your eyes at specific periods of the day. The goal when implementing the practice is to look into the sun at periods of the lowest ultraviolet-index which occur at sunrise and sunset each day. The practice follows specific guidelines to render the most benefits and to limit dangerous exposure.                                                                                           The practice is also known as the HRM phenomenon, a termed that the practice receiv

Surya Namaskar- The best Spiritual Yoga !

                                                                                        It is a fact that the sun provides the energy that makes life possible on the earth .(  a picture by Surya Savarnika Manavu Ashramam)           Surya or the Sun God has been given greatest importance from the Rig veda period which seens divinity in the whole of the creation. The Surya or Sun called as PratyakSha Bhagavan i.e God who can be perceived by our naked eyes. It is a fact that the sun provides the energy that makes life possible on the earth. Surya Namaskara is a Traditional form of Worship to the Sun God and each of the 12 poses has a specific mantra that the practitioner may optionally recite mentally . Even though Surya Namaskara is not mentioned in the earlier Yogic  Texts . as it is considered by the Yoga Gurus(Masters) as a potent exercise whose energizing benefits are seen both on the body and mind. So gradually   Surya Namaskar practise  has been considered as  one of the b

Naga Puja by Manavu Family members & other devotees at S S M Ashramam on 25/05/2016.

                                                                                                                                Anantam Vasukim Sesha                                                                     Padmanbhacha Kambalam                                                                     Shankupalam Drutharastramch                                                                     Takshanam Kaaliyam Thada      Meaning ::           The names of the 9 Naag Devatas - Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padmanabh, Kambal, Shankhapal, Dhrutrashtra, Takshak and Kalia– if prayed daily in the morning will keep one protected from all evils and helps to become victorious in life. The Naga puja is mainly performed to appease nagas that one may have been offended, or to please nagas that are active in areas where one wishes to live, work or conduct business.                                                                               Bringing water to purify the Naga Putt