L . N Sastry, B.Com., B.L, CAIIB,
Member : TTD Devasthanams Board,
Chairman : Expert's Committee on T.T.D. Publications.
Lord Sri Krishna blessed the devotee to worship any God in
whatever farm, with faith and devotion and He would reflect in that
So the choice is wide open to the dedicated devotee, and thus the
personification of implicit faith and divinity is manifest in
different temples. The God is one, infinite, indestructible,
omnipresent, omnipotent, and is here, there and everywhere. Millions
of people of Hindu faith living -in different parts of India, had
adored the sanctity of that invisible, but yet visible to the
purified and sagely eyes. And the temples are abodes of such
innumerable Gods and Goddesses. The discerning devotee worships each
and every God, in the manner prescribed and he perceives the same
replica vi every idol that is installed in a temple. Each temple has
got its own history and background, and some of idols therein are 'Swayambhus'
such as Lord Sri Venkateswara of Tirumala.