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    Varaaha swamy temple (Sarvavaidika Samsthanam) www.svskarimnagar.org
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    Karimnagar AP
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    Temples, Vedas, Upanishads, Agamas
  1. Dear Members! We are indeed very happy to announce the conduct of Sacred Rajathotsava (Silver Jubilee) Brahmotsavam from 13th October to 20th October with the divine blessings of Lord YagnaVaraha Swamy. As you all are aware, by conducting Brahmotsavam, natural calamities can be prevented, prosperity and general welfare for the mankind can be achieved. Hence erudite scholars, Veda Pandits and Agama Pandits will conduct this sacred Utsavam according to the procedure stipulated by the Agama Sastras. It is matter of great significance that we will also be performing Sri Maha Vishnu Yagam and Chatur Veda Swaahakaram during the Brahmotsavam. We whole-heartedly invite you to visit Sri YagnaVaraha Kshetram and take part in this Holy Brahmotsavam to get abundantly blessed with the grace of Lord YagnaVaraha Swamy and Rama SathyaNarayana Swamy.
  2. his is a very famous temple in the district of Karimnagar, Andhra Pradesh, India. The presiding diety of this kshetram is Lord Yagna Varaha swamy (third incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu). There are very few temples in the world dedicated to Varaha swamy and this is one such rare temple. There are other sannidhis in the temple namely Ratna Garbha Ganapathi,Sri Rama Sathya Narayana swamy, Anantha Nagendra, Navagrahas, Vaagvaadini Maha Saraswathi, Vasudha Lakshmi (Bhudevi), Vara Durga and Anjaneya swamy. The temple is maintained by Sarvavaidika Samsthanam. The temple recently celebrated its Mahasamprokshana (Maha Kumbhabhishekam) in the year 2009. The temple conducts many rituals round the year like Brahmotsavam, Pavitrotsavam, Varaha Jayanthi, Vara Lakshmi Vratham, Sathya Narayana Vrathams, Devi Navaratri etc in a grand manner. The rituals are done as per Vaikhanasa Agama.
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