he is the chief spokesman of the presiding deities and custodian of the eternal
Dharma. he is revered, respected, venerated and adored with a zeal unparalleled,
and his position far surpasses the pontiff of any religious pitha of ancient or
modern times, although he ever like any venerable Acharya goes round visiting
places over the globle, or enters into hair-splitting arguments with scholarship
of an ace dialectician. In fine, he is simple and unassuming person, despite
being the be-all and end-all of all Dharmasthala.
people thrive for a short while, and if once their real colour is exposed, they
are confined to hell fires, and eternal damnation hugs tight on their
descendants even. But honest not only pays, but leaves behind a glittering page,
which makes the viewers chastened.
not Harischandra's life taught through breast milk applauded? Are not the
sucklings adored? Their number, of course is insignificant, and are born few and
far between. Enough! Do you expect pole stars at every feet on a hundred meter long street? Dhruva was only one begotten though Uttanapada was a bigamist.
These aforesaid episodes establish that those who tread the path of Dharma are
not lost to time space or spirit. Ironically they gain weight with passage of
: The temple lies in Dharmasthala, accessible by four wheelers from