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Lyrics of Ramadasu Keertana Ramachandraaya Janaka Raajajaa Manoharaaya

Ramachandraya Janaka Rajaja Manoharaya is a famous Mangalam song i.e. benediction song in Telugu language, composed by Bhakta Ramadasu of 17th century C.E. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and constructed Sita Ramaswamy temple at Bhadrachalam during his tenure as Tahsildar of the place.

Lyrics of Ramadasu Keerthana Idigo Bhadradri with Meaning

Kancharla Gopanna, popularly known as Bhakta Ramadasu or Bhadrachala Ramadasu, was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama. He lived in the 17th Century C.E (Current Era) and composed around 200 Keertanas (songs) on Rama in Telugu language. He constructed Sita Ramaswamy temple at Bhadrachalam during his tenure as Tahsildar of the place.

The Story of Bhakta Markandeya - The One Who Conquered Death

On the auspicious occasion of Maha Sivaratri, here is a wonderful story of Bhakta Markandeya who could conquer death with his tremendous and unaltered faith in Lord Siva. Later he grew up into Markandeya Mahamuni (sage) and wrote 'Nadi Grandham' on palm leaves which are believed to be still preserved in the Markandeya Math in Puri, Odisha.

Hindus belief and perception of Grahan / eclipses

In the Hindu mythological story of Samudra Manthan, you can know how the two asuras Rahu and Ketu take revenge on Surya (Sun) and Chandra (Moon) by engulfing them from time to time. And thus cause the grahan i.e eclipse of Sun and Moon.

Suprabhata Darshan Details of Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy

There are various Sevas and Seva Darshans of Lord Venkateswara Swamy of Tirumala. Suprabhata Seva is the wake up pooja of Sri Venkateswara Swamy. It starts with the divine chanting of 'Kausalya Supraja Rama Poorva Sandhya Pravartate'  at Bangaru Vakili in front of the main deity.

Akbar Birbal Stories - The Innocent Punishment

Maheshdas, popularly known as Birbal earned name and fame as a minister in Akbar's court. Mughal Emperor Akbar was too fond of posing strange questions to his courtiers and provoked them for getting amusing replies. Birbal was the one who always used to win the heart of Akbar with his witty and wise replies. There are many stories on his wits and wisdom. Following is the story of  'The Innocent Punishment':