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Uthuthshta Govinda Cum Jo Jo Mukunda 
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Invocation Introduction
A Note On Trasliteration Suprabhatam
Sri Venkateswara Stotram Sree Venkatesa Prapathih
Sree Venkatesa Mangalasaasanam Sri Venkateswara Vajrakavacha...
Sri Venkateswara Vajra Kavacham Sri Venkateasvara Karaavalamba...
Sri Venkateswara Karavalambana Strotram Ekanta Seva - Annamayya's Lullaby Songs
Sri Venkateswara Ashtothara Santhanamavali
Major Sections
Temples Of India
Lord Siva To Be Adored The Devalayas Of Karnataka
Palani Dhandhayudhapani The Kovils Of Kerala
The Temples of North-West India Temples For The Triple Sects
Mata Kanakadurga of Vijayawada The Legend Of Mata Kanyaka Parameswari
The Temples Of North-East India Mantralya Mahakshetra
The Aalayas of Andhra Pradesh The Mandirs Of Maharastra
Mighty Atoms For Tiny Tots Lord Siva Of Sri Kalahasthi
Bhagawan Vithoba Of Pandharpur Bizarre Beliefs And Odd Traditions
Asoka Priyadarsin The Mother Of Melmaruvathur And Her Miracles
Vishnu Mayam Jagat Sarvam Sakti Mayam
The Temples Of Tamilnadu Hindu Ethos In Capsules - Vol I

Hindu Ethos In Capsules - Vol II

Hullo Tirupathi !
Uthuthshta Govinda Cum Jo Jo Mukunda The Miracles Of Gods For The Debacles Of Humans
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INTRODUCTION

Can there by any shadow without object? Or object restraining itself from casting its shadow? Emphatic 'No' silences us instantly. Object and shadow are complementary to each other one does not exist without the other, and like Ardhanareeswar Siva, they are ONE, although appearing to be Two; say two in one. This indispensability is discernable in the objects created both by God and man. Doesn't this man woman combination breathing life make them move majestic with dignified gait illustrate the truth referred to. lt applies to beliefs and traditions also.

Thousands of millions of people, particularly Vaishnavates living from the snowy peaks of Himalayas to the saltsoaked shores of Kanyakumari; Somanath in Gujarat to Kamakshi in Assam across are devoutly singing in ringing tones, or listening with rapt attention to the Suprabhatam of Lord Balaji every morning with due austerity. This song awakening is being sung down the ages and has become so popular that it ignited the faculty of composition embedded in the humanist-composers to write on almost all deities. And so, recitation is going on regularly in many temples. Thanks to the originator for enabling bhaktakoti aware of God's sports through this medium.

So far so good. But there arises a query striking a sad note that petrifies the tranquility of sober minds. For, that devotion of singing Suprabhatam is ended with awakening of that All-Time-Highest only, totally forgetting to put HIM to bed for relaxation and recouping of energy for continuation of work. A sad negligence. The kind Providence may condone this lapse for sometime, but not for ever, if it is wantonly disregarded or relegated to background.

 

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