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Garloddu Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Jayantostvam 2016 .

                                                              Garloddu Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple  As usual this year also we had conducted Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Jayanti Ustvam (Birth Day celebrations ) at our Temple i.e Garloddu Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple on 20 /05/2016.  According to puranas, Demon Hiranyakashyapu  had obtained a boon from God Brahma that he could not be killed by man or beast, by day or by night , from inside or out side and also not by any weapon. After receiving such a mighty boon demon Hirnyakashyapu conquered 14 Lokas includes heaven and earth. He declared himself as God and asked people, devatas to worship him instead of Lord Vishnu.                                                                       Founder Trustee Sri Maddigunta Narasimha Rao and archakas at Narasimha Jayanti Puja.     Hiranyakasyapu's son Prahlada was a staunch Vishnu devotee as such he disobeyed his father's decision . While the w

Temples money for Temples Only.

 Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy                                                Recently I have signed a petition being purported to be filed in  Supreme Court of India. The said petition has been started by one Meena Narayan from Banglore  and  supported by above 3000 Persons  till date. The full text of the petition is as follows:    1. When a Hindu goes to a temple and makes an offering to the Deity of his choice he assumes that money and gold he donates goes to temple to support poor hindus or renovate temple, schools or hospitals, NO, it goes to the State Government. 2. The state governments have based their policy on the recommendation of the Hindu Religious Endowments Commission headed by C P Ramaswamy Aiyer in 1960 that Hindu temples and maths be considered as belonging to the public. In ill-advised judgments, the courts have upheld government regulation of the financial aspects of an endowment, as if financial control has no bearing on the management of relig