Significance Tirupati Balaji The It’s is through the Lord’s president on Venkatachala, which he has received the appellations, Venkateswara he also called as the Lord of the Seven Hills. The temple has gained unique sanctity in India religious.
Sri Venkateswara Mahatmya is consigned in many Puranas from which the most important are Bhavishyottara Purana and Varaha Purana, the present work extracts from the Varaha Purana, Garuda Purana, Harivamsa, Vamana Purana, Brahmottara Purana, Aditya Purana, Bhavishyottara Purana, Padma Purana, Brahmanda Purana, Markandeya Purana, Brahma Purana and Skanda Purana.
From all these Puranas, mostly describe the holiness and ancient times of the hills all over the Tirumala and the many teerthams located on them the benefits obtained through the pilgrimage to Venkatachala are described in Rig Veda and Asthadasa Puranas.
Significance Tirupati Balaji The legends occupied from the Venkatachala Mahatmya and Varaha Purana, related to the appearance of Lord at Tirumala, is of scrupulous interest
As per the Varaha Purana, Adi Varaha marked himself on the western bank of the Swami Pushkarini, where Vishnu came to stay in the south bank of Swami Pushkarini, in the form of Venkateswara.
One day, a great devotee of Vishnu called Rangadasa in the path of his pilgrimage joined Vaikhanasa Gopinatha, who was going up to Tirumala hill, for the worship of Lord Venkateswara.
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After finishing his bath in Swami Pushkarini, he beheld the lotus-eyed and blue body Vishnu under a tamarind tree where he exposed to rain, sun and wind and he just protected by the large wings of Garuda. By seeing the wonderful place, Ranganadasa was stunned and he lifted a rough wall of the stones around the deity and he started offering flowers wholeheartedly for Vishnu’s worship to Gopinatha every day.
One day, Rangadasa was abstracted by a Gandharva King and his ladies; therefore he forgot to offer flowers for Vishnu puja for Gopinatha. Then the Lord revealed himself and said to Ranganadasa which he had been testing the final continence, but Ranganadasa has not been committed and gives way to appeal.
Moreover, the Lord accepted and pleasant Rangadasa’s devoted service made to him and blessed him that he will be born again as wealthy ruler of the region and would enjoy the earth bliss and he continuous same service to the Lord built a beautiful temple with vimana and huge surrounding walls and earn eternal glory.
Then Rangadasa was reborn as Tondaman, the son of the royal couple called Suvira and Nandini and he enjoyed pleasant life as a young man. One day, he went out for hunting on the Tirumala Hills, and then he saw Vishnu under Tamarind Tree.
Tondaman returns home with complete affected by the vision of Vishnu, he then later inborn his father’s kingdom, Tondamandalam. As per the direction is given by the forester, Tondaman built a prakaram and dvara gopura and arranged for regular worship of Lord as per Vaikhanasa Agama
In Kali Yuga, Akasaraja came into the rule on Tondamandalam, his daughter Padmavati was married to Venkateswara and the marriage presides by Brahma, which celebrated with great spectacle and majesty.
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