6TH DAY OF SRI KALYANA VENKATESWARA SWAMY TEMPLE BRAHMOTSAVAM- HANUMANTHA VAHANAM
Srinivasa Mangapuram, 24 February 2014: On the Sixth day of ongoing Brahmotsavam at TTDs Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple in Srinivasa Mangapuram near Tirupati, the processional deity of Lord Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy is taken out in procession around four mada streets atop Hanumantha Vahanam on Monday morning.
Hanuman is considered one of the top devotees of Lord Vishnu in one of his avatars as Lord Rama. He is also hailed as a exponent of all four vedas, Nava vyakarana pundit and destroyer of Lanka.
Hanuman is considered as an embodiment of Wisdom, Muscle power, success, Braveness, health, over active, fearless and common sense. One of the hillocks on the Tirumala hill range is also named as Anjanadri. He is also known as Vayu Putra of Anjana born out of power of ‘tapas’, Hanuman.
As done ardent devotee who carried Sri Rama on his shoulders, Hanumans
DyEO Sri Sridhar, AEO Sri Dhanajeyulu, Temple Staff and large number of devotees took part.
ISSUED BY THE TTDs PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TIRUPATI