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Sri Siddhamangala Stotram Of Sripaada Srivallabha

It is believed that reciting Siddhamangala stotram regularly is very effective for the overall welfare / well being of the family and family members. Sripada Srivallabha, who was born in a small town named Pithikapuram (current Pithapuram in Andhra Pradesh), is believed to be the 1st incarnation of Sri Guru Dattatreya.
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