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CAMP ANDHRA: 2-July -Puja at Vijayawada 3,4-July- Puja at Machilipatnam 5-July- Puja at Eluru 6-8-July- Puja at I.Bhimavaram 9-11 July- Peruru 12-18 July- Kovuru

27 June 2015 onwards - Guntur, Vijayawada

CAMP ANDHRA - Shrimatam camp moves to Guntur from Nellore tomorrow (27 Jun. Saturday) afternoon. In Guntur, Sri Chandramouleeswara Puja will take place at KANCHI MATAM MARUTIDEVALAYAM, MARUTI NAGAR,GUNTUR.

On Sunday - 28 Jun. 2015, Shrimatam camp will leave Guntur at around 4 pm and move to Vijayawada. Place of Camp at Vijayawada - SRI VENKATESVARA SWAMI DEVALAYAM, LABBIPETTA, VIJAYAWADA

 

Atharva Veda Sammelan held in Gujarat - 10 & 11 Jun. 2015
122 Jayanthi of HH Pujyashri Mahaswamigal Celebrated at Orikkai- 10 Jun. 2015
Camp Nemilicheri - Events - 5 - 10 Jun. 2015
Camp Nemilicheri -Temple Visits- 5 - 10 Jun. 2015
NRI Parents' Meet Held - 4 Jun. 2015
Vaikhanasa Patashala Building Opened - 4 Jun. 2015
Vaikhanasa patashala Building - Gruhapravesham - 4 Jun. 2015
122 Jayanthi of HH Pujyashri Mahaswamigal Celebrated - 2 Jun. 2015
122 Jayanthi Celebrations - Sahasra Suvasini Puja held - 2 Jun. 2015
Book on Yagnopaveetam Released - 31 May 2015
His Holiness Visits Veda Patashala - Mylapore, Chennai
Madras Sanskrit College - Alumni Function held in the presence of His Holiness
Yajur Veda Sammelan Concludes - Shrimatam Camp at Mylapore - 24 May 2015
Kal Vaitta Vaaram held at Shrimatam Camp, Mylapore- 24 May 2015
Pushpabhishekam performed to His Holiness- Shrimatam Camp at Mylapore - 24 May 2015

Essence Of Devi Bhagavatha Purana


Bhagvat Purana

Devi Bhagavata ‘Phala Sruti’ ( Benefits of Reading and Hearing)

While Devi Bhagavati gave half a ‘Sloka’ or Stanza to Maha Vishnu  converted as a toddler on a banyan leaf floating on water at Pralaya) that ‘all being witnessed was Her Maya and nothing else is eternal. , Lord Brahma Himself expanded the other half of the Stanza into Koti (Crore) Stanzas and to teach his Son Suka Muni, Veda Vyasa transcripted a condensed version of Devi Bhagavata as a Maha Purana into Eighteen Thousand Stanzas in Twelve Cantos.

At the ‘Phalasruti’ at the end of Devi Bhagavata Vyasa blessed those who read, hear or cogitate (Pathanam, Sravanam and Mananam) with excellent guidance, prosperity, contentment,. Vyasa said that the readers of Devi Bhagavata were eligible for success in life, good offspring, knowledge and expansion of outlook in life. He assured that Devis Lakshmi, Sarasvati and Parvati symbolising wealth, wisdom and Energy respectively would stay together in the house of that person who would read Devi Bhagavata. No evil spirit could dare enter the premise of that devotee. Even small fevers and indispositions, let alone longstanding and nagging diseases would be ever suffered by such readers. Even a few pages of the Glories of Devi Bhagavati by reading or hearing Devi Bhagavata would certainly ensure purity of blood and digestive system, warding off blood pressure and diabetes among others. Indeed during the Navarathras, one’s own reading or hearing from a good Brahmana would yield  excellent well being and happiness.

Na mantram no yantram thadapi cha na jane stutimaho /
 na cha-ahvaanam dhyanam tadapi cha na jane stuti kadha /
na jane mudraasthe tadapi cha na jane vilapanam /
param jane Matha thwad- anusaranam klesa haranam.’
            
( From Devyaparadha Kshamapana Stotram by Sri Adi Sankaracharya)

            I am not conversant with Mantras, Yantras, Hymns of Praise, Invocations, Meditation,
            Stories of  Your Glories, ‘Mudras’( Signs) and implorations ; yet I know that if I  follow You,
            I will certainly overcome my tribulations.   

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