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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#72


Karvetnagar
Swamigal left Venkatagiri and traveled through Poodi, Vadamalpettai, Padhiredu, Jokula Mallavaram, and Pungalur, reaching Tirupathi once again. He had darshan of Venkatesa at Tirumala on Purnima day, stayed at Thiruchanur for two days, had darshan of Padmavathi and reached Puthur on May 22nd. He stayed there for fifteen days in the naturally beautiful surroundings and enjoyed bathing in the Kailasagona, Sadasiva gona and Ammavaru gona water falls. During his stay at Puthur, Anam Kuppuswamy Naidu, G.Renaiah Reddy and other prominent citizens requested Swamigal to kindly visit the nearby Bugga and spend Vyasa Puja and Chaturmasya vratha there. Swamigal accepted their invitation with grace and affection. He arrived at Karvetnagar on 4-6-1932 and stayed there for four days. The king of Karvetnagar welcomed Swamigal and made arrangements for his stay at Lakshmi Vilas palace. The king, the members of the royal family and the general public performed pada puja and bikshavandanam every day. The king also offered a silver sahasradhara (used to perform abhishekam) for Sri
Chandramouleeswarar. Our Swamigal blessed the king and the learned at the palace with prasad and shawls.

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