next halt is at the gigantic metal frame, beating on its top
the most worshipful and infinitely sacrosanct
symbol Tripundram fixed betwixt Sudarsan Chakra and
Panchaj anya sankh. It is such a soul-lifting sight that every staunch Vaishnate
raises his hands in deep veneration at its sight. Some even go to the extent of
offering prostration before it. There is a fine mandap Infront of it installed
with big size Ramalakshman and Sita Vigrahas. The lush green lawns interspread with
colourful flower plants along the criss-crossed foot paths detain
longer, feasting our eyes with their loveliness. Move on!
Let us sit
for a while drinking in with eyes the sanctity exuding from it and the envious echoing the
devotion soaked hymns and songs broadcasting from the temple. The final visit is the .Temple Art Museum. It is a lovely big
building bearing resemblance to a temple with towers and colonnade in the fore.
It is housing countless holy scriptures and colourful photographs. Class and
mass visit this. Another enchanting spot worthy of indispensable visitation is the Gogarbham gardens situated within a
walkable distance from the temple. Grand mandaps surrounded by multicolored flower plants and vast lawns lure the visitors. They rejuvenate the tired bodies
and heavily charged souls. For those who stay for days, it is an excellent park
for spending evenings.
Well it is already 8'o clock, better take supper and relax for few hours before
going for Suprabhat darsan. I will instruct Suresh for sending barber to your
guest house. Look! Miss Benarji, you have to wake up by 2 a.m. itself to take
bath and go to Vaikuntam Queue Complex. From there alone the ticket holders for
both Suprabhatam and Tomala Seva have to proceed. Our morning visit commences
from the Varahaswamy temple and being quite short comparatively we returned in
about 3 hours time.