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  1. It is "Om Namo Narayanaya" The Narayana Upanishad of the Krishna Yajur Veda states that the Narayana Mantra is the crowning message of the Sama-veda. The Upanishad explains — In the beginning one vibrates "Om," then "Namo," and thereafter "Narayanaya." Om has one syllable; Namo has two syllables; Narayanaya is five syllabled. Together these make the eight jewelled syllable Narayana-mantra. One who recites this Narayana-mantra is free from fame with a pure heart and attains all: life, offspring, wealth, health and cows. Thereafter that person achieves to immortality, the spiritual world. Indeed he achieves the spiritual world. In this way it is understood.
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    Why no sculpture ?

    Vamana Purana explains about glories of Thirupathi Tirumala Vimanam. check in the internet related to glories of Thirupathi Tirumala Vimanam in Vamana purana you will find the details.
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    Vaikuntha-murtayah

    The Chandogya Upanishad (starting at 7.25.2) explains that he who perceives and understands this, loves the self, revels, rejoices, and delights in the self. Such a person is lord and master of the worlds because he has already attained all that he needs. He knows that he may be in this material world but is not of it. He is actually of the spiritual world and has regained his connection with it. Therefore, he looks at this world as if he were simply a tourist. He sees all the busy activities of people and society, the confusion, but he walks through it all unaffected. But those who think differently live in perishable worlds and have other mortal beings as their rulers. They are limited and controlled by their own material designations. But he who sees the soul of everyone, the spiritual identity beyond the body, does not see death, nor illness, nor pain; he who sees this sees everything and obtains everything everywhere. This certainly is the quality of those who have attained their own internal, self-sufficient happiness. A similar verse is found in the Katha Upanishad (2.5.12-13) where it says that those who have realized their self and also see the Supreme Being residing within their heart and in all beings as the Superself, to them belongs eternal happiness and eternal peace, but not to others. The original spiritual form of the living being is sac-cid-ananda: eternal, full of knowledge, and full of bliss. The living being’s spiritual form is never limited by the body or one’s situation. The only limiting factor is the living being’s consciousness or lack of spiritual awareness. When the living entity, after many births, finally regains his original spiritual consciousness, realizing he is not the body, he naturally feels very happy and jolly, being freed from the limited and temporary perspective one has while being controlled by the illusory, material energy. He also understands that this material world is not his real home, and it has nothing substantial to offer him since real pleasure and happiness actually come from within on the spiritual level. As stated in Bhagavad-gita by Lord Sri Krishna: “One who is thus transcendentally situated at once realizes the Supreme Brahman and becomes fully joyful. He never laments nor desires to have anything; he is equally disposed to every living entity. In that state he attains pure devotional service to Me.” (Bg.18.54)
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    Stories of LORD Venkateswara ( Balaji)

    Reference to Lord Venkateshwara in Vedic Puranas Maha Vishnu as Venkateshwara(Srinivasa) with names as Venkateshwara and Srinivasa is clearly mentioned in the Puranas like Varaha Purana, Padma Purana, Brahmanda Purana, Garuda Purana, Markandeya Purana, Brahmottara Purana, skanda Purana, Aditya UpaPurana etc. These Puranas has clearly mentioned the names Venkatesha and Srinivasa of Seshadri pati(Lord of Seshadri hills) and venkatachala vasa. Sri Venkatesha Mahatmyan (Glories of Lord Srinivasa) is mentioned in the Varaha Purana and Aditya UpaPurana. In Brahmanda Purana there is a Prayer (stotra) by Brahma deva to Lord Sri Venkateshwara. Brahmanda Purana also has Venkateshwara Sahasra Nama and Venkatesha Astottara Nama of Lord Sri Venkateshwara which is uttered every morning in Tirumala after first bell and another Astottara Nama from Varaha Purana after second bell. In Brahmanda Purana mentions Vyshista Maharshi in Treta Yuga explained Venkateshwara and Tirumala Glories to Narada. Lord Sri Venkateshwara's great posture on Tirumala is glorified in the Bhavishyottara Purana. Markandeya purana mentions Sri Venkateshwara Vajra Kavacha Sthothram by sage Markandeya. And also in Skanda Puranam there is prayer named Sri Venkatesa stotram. Padma Purana mentions about Goddess Sri Padmavati Tayar and Srinivasa marriage. The Mantras uttered in the Tirumala temple for Lord Sri Venkatesha is mentioned in the Brahmanda Purana and Varaha Purana. SrI vEdavyAsa encapsulated, the proclaimed mahima, in another masterpiece, called SrI vEmkaTESa mAhAtmyam as part of AdityapurANAmtargata prabamdham and this was told to all Rushi's by Suta Maharshi who also told Srimad Bhagavatam.
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    TONSURE at TIRUMALA

    Reason for tonsure or shaving head in Tirumala(tirupathi) as per Puranas(Ancient sacred books): When Supreme Lord Sri Venkatesha(MahaVishnu/Balaji) was inside the snake-antHill on tirumala, one sacred cow is to come and give milk to the Lord daily(Brahma deva took the form as sacred cow), When a cow-herd man at once saw the sacred-cow pouring milk in the snake-antHill, he became angry and without understanding the truth, the Cow-herd man took the axe and has hit the cow on the cow’s head with the axe. The Supreme Lord Sri Venkatesha(Vishnu) who was present inside the snake-antHill received the hurt of the axe on his head from the cow-herd man instead of Cow getting hurt. When Lord received the hurt of the Axe on his head, portion of his hair on his head disappeared due to hurt by axe. When mother Neela Devi saw Lord being hurt on his head, she immediately removed the hair from her head and placed on the Lord’s head in the portion where lord was hurt. Immediately Lord became well and Lord’s hair reappeared as beautiful as before he was hurt. Lord Venkatesha(Vishnu) knowing that hair is one of the beautiful features of women, Lord Sri venkatesha promised that his devotees will shave Hair of their head (tonsure) and dedicate their hair to her. Neela Devi accepts the hair sacrificed by Devotees of Lord Venkatesha(Vishnu) and Lord blesses his devotees who sacrifice their hair for the sake of the Lord. This is the reason why Devotees tonsure or shave their head in Tirumala(tirupathi). There are also Spiritual reasons: Tonsure or Saving hair as offering for Lord represents a real sacrifice of material beauty and giving up false-ego in the way of shaving their hair as sacrifice to please Supreme Lord.
  6. Reason for tonsure or shaving head in Tirumala(tirupathi) as per Puranas(Ancient sacred books): When Lord Sri Venkatesha(MahaVishnu/Balaji) was inside the snake-antHill on tirumala, one sacred cow is to come and give milk to the Lord daily(Brahma deva took the form as sacred cow), When a cow-herd man at once saw the sacred-cow pouring milk in the snake-antHill, he became angry and without understanding the truth, the Cow-herd man took the axe and has hit the cow on the cow’s head with the axe. The Supreme Lord Sri Venkatesha(Vishnu) who was present inside the snake-antHill received the hurt of the axe on his head from the cow-herd man instead of Cow getting hurt. When Lord received the hurt of the Axe on his head, portion of his hair on his head disappeared due to hurt by axe. When mother Neela Devi saw Lord being hurt on his head, she immediately removed the hair from her head and placed on the Lord’s head in the portion where lord was hurt. Immediately Lord became well and Lord’s hair reappeared as beautiful as before he was hurt. Lord Venkatesha(Vishnu) knowing that hair is one of the beautiful features of women, Lord Sri venkatesha promised that his devotees will shave Hair of their head (tonsure) and dedicate their hair to her. Neela Devi accepts the hair sacrificed by Devotees of Lord Venkatesha(Vishnu) and Lord blesses his devotees who sacrifice their hair for the sake of the Lord. This is the reason why Devotees tonsure or shave their head in Tirumala(tirupathi). There are also Spiritual reasons: Tonsure or Saving hair as offering for Lord represents a real sacrifice of material beauty and giving up false-ego in the way of shaving their hair as sacrifice to please Supreme Lord.
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    black magic

    This Bhagavad Gita Sloka is famous in mantra-sastra as the Raakshoghna-mantra (a mantra to destroy Rakshasas). Bhagavad Gita 11.36: arjuna uvaca sthane hrsikesa tava prakirtya jagat prahrsyaty anurajyate ca raksamsi bhitani diso dravanti sarve namasyanti ca siddha-sanghah Bhagavad Gita 11.36: O Hrsikesa, the world becomes joyful upon hearing Your name, and thus everyone becomes attached to You. Although the perfected beings offer You their respectful homage, the demons are afraid, and they flee here and there. All this is rightly done. This Sloka is famous in mantra-sastra as the Raakshoghna-mantra (a mantra to destroy Rakshasas).
  8. Bhagavad Gita chapter 10 verse 8: aham sarvasya prabhavo mattah sarvam pravartate iti matva bhajante mam budha bhava-samanvitah Bhagavad Gita chapter 10 verse 8: I am the source of all spiritual and material worlds. Everything emanates from Me. The wise who know this perfectly engage in My devotional service and worship Me with all their hearts. In the Atharva Veda it is said: narayanad brahma jayate, narayanad prajapatih prajayate, narayanad indro jayate, narayanad astau vasavo jayante, narayanad ekadasa rudra jayante, narayanad dvadasadityah. "From Narayana, Brahma is born, and from Narayana, the patriarchs are also born. From Narayana, Indra is born, from Narayana the eight Vasus are born, from Narayana the eleven Rudras are born, from Narayana the twelve Adityas are born." It is said in the same Vedas, brahmanyo devaki-putrah: "The son of Devaki, Krsna, is the Supreme Personality." Then it is said: eko vai narayana asin na brahma na isano napo nagni samau neme dyav-aprthivi na naksatrani na suryah sa ekaki na ramate tasya dhyanantah sthasya yatra chandogaih kriyamanastakadi-samjnaka stuti-stomah stomam ucyate. "In the beginning of the creation there was only the Supreme Personality Narayana. There was no Brahma, no Siva, no fire, no moon, no stars in the sky, no sun. There was only Krsna, who creates all and enjoys all" In the many Puranas it is said that Lord Siva was born from the highest, the Supreme Lord Krsna, and the Vedas say that it is the Supreme Lord, the creator of Brahma and Siva, who is to be worshiped. In theMoksa-dharma Krsna also says, prajapatim ca rudram capy aham eva srjami vai tau hi mam na vijanito mama maya-vimohitau. "The patriarchs, Siva and others are created by Me, though they do not know that they are created by Me because they are deluded by My illusory energy." In the Varaha Purana it is also said,narayanah paro devas tasmaj jatas caturmukhah tasmad rudro 'bhavad devah sa ca sarva-jnatam gatah. "Narayana is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and from Him Brahma was born, from whom Siva was born." In the Atharva Veda it is said, "yo brahmanam vidadhati: purvam yo vai vedams ca gapayati sma krsnah." "It was Krsna who in the beginning instructed Brahma in Vedic knowledge and who disseminated Vedic knowledge in the past."
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    Stories of LORD Venkateswara ( Balaji)

    Lord Sri Venkateshwara story as told in ISKCOn Pune: ISKCON Pune - Lord Balaji - History of Lord Balaji
  10. Story of Lord Sri Venkateshwara as told by Shrila Suta Gosvami in Naimisharanya to sages: ISKCON Pune - Lord Balaji - History of Lord Balaji
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    Govinda Nama

    Govdina Hari Govinda Great song.. Can any one please tell me who wrote this Govdina namaalu(Sri Venkatesha Govinda Namavali) and or in which scripture(book) this Govdina namaalu(Sri Venkatesha Govinda Namavali) is originally mentioned? Jai Sri Venkatesha! Thanks in advance
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