Saturday, December 13, 2008


TeluguDevotionalSongs...4GB free download

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Saturday, December 6, 2008


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01-Viragya(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3
07-Mumukshu(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3
13-Utpatti(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3
19-Sthithi(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3
27-Upasama(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3
31-Nirvana(yoga vAsiShTham_ pravachanam_swamividyaprakashanandagiri).mp3

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

sanskrit/hindi devotional slokas/bhajans links

sanskrit/hindi devotional slokas/bhajans links......
pl view folder for the songs given below and can be played&downloaded.
Morning Mantras - Mantras to start your day with
We are made of sound. The first thing that came out in creation was sound. A mantra is a spiritually empowered sound. The constant and repeated chanting of a mantra brings about changes within the person who is chanting, making him more serene and empowered, and making the environment quiet and invigorating at the same time.
Reciting a mantra that motivates you may provide just the right jumpstart for the day. It is something that has been realised by the sages in India, and if we apply this realisation in our lives today, we will surely find both motivation and peace. Stillness and calm brought about by the chanting of the mantra combines with the early morning surge of energies to fill us with the joy of being and sets the pace for the day ahead.
Morning mantras are prayers that are chanted early in the morning, preferably between 4 and 8 am, a time when the day is just beginning and the weary world has not yet begun its hustle and bustle to get on with life.
Track Lists
1. Commentary in English
2. Kar Darshanam
3. Bhoomi Prarthana
4. Pratah Smaranam
5. Snaan Mantra
6. Tilak Mantra
7. Pranayam Mantra
8. Surya Namaskar
9. Suryarghya Mantra
10. Surya Prarthana
11. Guru Samaranam
12. Gayatri Mantra
13. Karyasiddhi Hetu Prarthana Vividh Dev Pratah-Smaranam
14. Parabrahmanah Smaranam
15. Ganeshasya Smaranam
16. Chandi Smaranam
17. Vishnoh Smaranam
18. Ramasya Smaranam
19. Shivasya Smaranam
20. Navagraha Prarthana
21. Prakriti Prarthana
22. Mangal Kaamna
23. Hari Om
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Sur Shraddha
In Sur Shraddha we continue to explore and celebrate the Divine through popular devotional compositions, mostly from Indian films to soothe and caress your inner soul.
An album that will appeal to your soul. Words that uplift you from the realm of the normal, melodies that originates from deep within. It is a sublime rendition of our prayers and music, Shraddha. Meaning, devotion, meaning sixty soothing minutes for your soul. Shraddha is a blessing, in the guise of a musical album.
Track Listing:
01. Bada Natkhat Hai
02. Aye Maalik Tere Bande
03. Maili Chaadar
04. Yeshomati Maiya Se
05. Jai Raghunandan Jai Siyaram
06. Prabhu Tero Naam
07. Humko Man ki Shakti
08. Tu Pyar Ka Sagar Hai
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Mahalakshmi - Pt. Jasraj
01. Signature Prayer
02. Shloka
03. Commentary
04. 108 Chants Of Mahalakshmi Mantra
05. Commentary on Ashta Lakshmi Stotra
06. Ashta Lakshmi Stotra
07. Commentary on Shree Sukt
08. Shree Sukt
09. Aarti From Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai
10. Shanti Path
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Atma Shraddha - Divine Tunes To Invoke Inner Peace
Atma Shraddha
Divine Tunes To Invoke Inner Peace
This album has underlying theme of devotion, meditation and salvation. Through some of the myriad well-known spiritual and devotional compositions of ancient and modern times, a varied collection of traditional Indian and Western intruments again creates an aura of sublime bliss, a sence of wonderment, ecstasy and unity with Divine sensuous music that invokes the Inner-self.
Atma Shraddha has been conceptulised and produced by Hemant Mattani, whose years in UK have still not distanced him from Indian traditions and values and who continues in the footsteps of his father Chandubhai Mattani.
01 Hanuman Chalisa
02 He Ram
03 Ab Sop Diya
04 He Govind He Gopal
05 Jai Ram Rama
06 Shri Ramchandra
07 Jeeni Re Jeeni
08 Ram Charan Sukhdayi
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Daata Ek Ram
Originally Posted by nicwebmail
dear waiting as u promised.
As i've mentioned, I'm posting the bhajan album of Hari Om Saran "Daata Ek Ram"
Hope you will like it.
01 Aarti Kije Shree Raghuvar Ki
02 Daata Ek Ram
03 Jinke Hriday Shree Ram Rame
04 Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram
05 Ram Rahim Ram Ram
06 Ram Ramiya Jag Rakhware
07 Ram Sumir Ke Rahem Kare Na
08 Ramji Ke Naam Ne To Pathar Bhi Tare
09 Sab Ka Bhala Mera Ramji Karen
10 Tera Ramji Karenge Beda Par
11 Tere Dar Ko Chod Ke
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Sarvamangal Ganesh
01. Shri Ganeshay Namah
02. Shri Siddhivinayak Naman
03. Shri Ganesh Maha Mantra and Ganesh Gayatri
04. Kleshanashak Shri Ganesh Mantra
05. Shri Siddhivinayak Santati - Prapti And Aashirvaad Mantra
06. Shri Lakshmi - Vinayak Mantra And Mahaganapati Moolmantra
07. Shri Mayuresh Stavaha
08. Jai Jai Ganesh Moraya
Devotional - Prayers for Diwali
A celebration that is powered by lots of fervor, vigour and enthusiasm, Diwali is a significant Hindu festival welcoming Ram & Sita from their exile of 14 years. This exuberant festival of lights dispels darkness and lights up every single life. For many, it marks the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and also the beginning of the new financial year. This day is considered the harbinger of auspiciousness and eliminator of darkness. Worship gods and goddesses that have given us life and the power to live. Let these Diwali prayers resonate in your being and spill the ocean of calmness and auspiciousness in your world. Sanctify your day with the following:
Morning Prayers
Pratah Ganesh Smarana
Snan Mantra
Gayatri Mantra
Ganesh Poojanam
Gauri Poojanam
Ram Avahanam
Guru Avahanam
Surya Prarthana
Tulsi Stuti
Lakshmi Dhyaan
Shardabhujang Ashtakam
Mangal Kaamna
Evening Prayers
Sayam Ganesh Smaranam
Deep Poojanam
Ashtalakshmi Stotra
Shiv Prarthana
Hanuman Raksha Stotram
Shanti Paath
Usha Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Sadhna Sargam, Ravindra Sathe, Shweta Pandit, Ashit Desai, Rattan Mohan Sharma, Sanjeev Abhyankar, Rekha Bharadwaj, Eshwari Pandit, Ram Shankar, Vijay Joshi & Chorus
Maha Lakshmi - Sacred Morning Mantras
Mahalakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. Representations of Lakshmi (or Shri) are found also in Jain and Buddhist monuments, with the earliest archeological representation found in Buddhist monuments.
Lakshmi in Sanskrit is derived from its elemental form "lakS," meaning to perceive or observe.This is synonymous with "lakSya," meaning aim or objective. Lakshmi is thus goddess of the means to achieving objectives, including prosperity in the lives of mankind.
Maha Lakshmi - Sacred Morning Mantras
01 Shri Mahalakshmi Gayatri
02 Lakshmi Stotram
03 Mahalakshmi Ashtakam
04 Devi Krit Lakshmi Stotram
05 Sri Stotram
06 Shri Lakshmi Ashtottarshatnamstotram
07 Mahalakshmi Kavach
08 Aarti
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Sai Charit Manas - Suresh Wadkar
OMM Sri Sainathaya Namoh
Sai Baba of Shirdi (d. October 15, 1918), also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian guru, yogi and fakir who is regarded by his Hindu and Muslim followers as a saint. Some of his Hindu devotees believe that he was an ncarnation of Shiva or Dattatreya, and he was regarded as a satguru and an incarnation of Kabir. Sai Baba taught a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, devotion to God and guru. His philosophy was Advaita Vedanta and his teachings consisted of elements both of this school as well as of bhakti and Islam.
Suresh Wadkar - Sai Charit Manas
01. Sai Gayatri
02. Gyarah Vachan
03. Sai Charit Manas
04. Sai Aarti
05. Sai Dhyan
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The Holy Gayatri Mantra
The Holy Gayatri Mantra (T.I.M.E.S)

Rishis selected the words of the Gayatri Mantra and arranged them so that they not only convey meaning but also create specific power of righteous wisdom through their utterance. The ideal times for chanting the mantra are three times a day - at dawn, mid-day, and at dusk. These times are known as the three sandhyas - morning, mid-day and evening. The maximum benefit of chanting the mantra is said to be obtained by chanting it 108 times. However, one may chant it for 3, 9, or 18 times when pressed for time. The syllables of the mantra are said to positively affect all the chakras or energy centres in the human body - hence, proper pronunciation and enunciation are very important. In general, Brahmarishi Vishwamitra is credited as the mantra-dhrishta(Mantra was revealed to him) of the Gayatri Mantra.

Originally the personification of the mantra, the goddess Gayatri is considered the veda mata, the mother of all Vedas and the consort of the God Brahma and also the personification of the all-pervading Parabrahman, the ultimate unchanging reality that lies behind all phenomena.

The Gayatri Mantra is a highly revered mantra in Hinduism (second only to the mantra Om) and Adi Dharm religion.
Sanskrit for details of pronunciation.
In Devanagari:
ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः । तत् सवितुर्वरेण्यं । भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि । धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात् ॥
01. Gayatri Invocation
02. Introductory Commentary
03. Pranayam Mantra
04. Stututi - Sloka 1 & Sloka 2
05. Chanting of the Gayatri Mantra 108 times
06. Gayatri Aarati in chorus
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Shri Ganesh - Jagjit Singh
Now for the first time Jagjit Singh sings Ganesh! He reveres the adorable Lord of successful beginnings and the destroyer of all obstacles by singing in his glory. The first to be worshipped at every occasion, Lord Ganesh epitomizes everything related to wisdom. Considered as a symbol of intelligence and a conveyer of good luck, He is believed to grant success, knowledge, power, fame and prosperity to all his devotees. Worship the supreme deity this Ganapati season with this soulful offering of eight bhajans, in the divine voice of Jagjit Singh. Clear your environs of all negative energies with this stirring combination of traditional and new bhajans.
Track List:
01. Vakratunda Mahakaya
02. Ganpati Bappa Morya
03. Gaiye Ganpati Jagvandan
04. Jai Ganesh Ganpati Dayanidhi
05. Jai Jai Ganpati Bhaktan
06. Pratham Sumir Shri Ganesh
07. Vande Ganpati Vighnavinashan
08. Jai Ganesh Deva
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Shubh Laabh
Shubh Laabh is an inscription one sees in many business places (or at entrances to traditional business places) in India. It is written in Devanagri script on either side of a swastika. Literally translated it means, auspicious profit and is generally denoted by a Swastika (Right pointed, not left).
01 - Signature Prayer
02 - Ganesh Shloka
03 - Laxmi Prarthana
04 - Punyahvachan Mantra
05 - Swasti Vachan
06 - Ganesh Stotra for Laxmi Prapti
07 - Shubh Laabh Mantra
08 - Kanakdhara Stotram
09 - Laxmiji ki Aarti
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Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam- Violin
Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam- Violin By Kunnakkudi Vaidyanathan
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Sura Suravi - Lord Jagannath Bhajan (Instrumentals)
Sura Suravi - Lord Jagannath Bhajan (Instrumentals)
Many Many thanks to My Friends Manu & Tukuna of "Shenai Audio" for releasing instrumental tunes of the bhajans of Lord Jagannath. The Disc contains 30+ tunes which I will post in part wise.
01. Eka To Bhakata Jibana
02. Jaga Bandhu Pari
03. Kene Gheni Jaucha
04. Chala Sakhi Ame
05. Jaya Jagabandhu hai Jadu Nandana
06. Manima Sunima Heu Gariba
07. Dina Bandhu Ehi Ali
08. Hare Krushna Kirtan (Solo)
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Temple Music - Pandit Ajay Pohankar
01 Shri Ganesh 7 am - 10 am
02 Hanuman 10 am - 1 pm
03 Shri Raam 1 am - 4 pm
04 Devi Saraswati 4 pm - 7 pm
05 Shri Krishna 7 pm - 10 pm
06 Devi Mahalaksmi 10 pm - 1 am
07 Shankar 1 am - 4 am
08 Devi Durga 4 am - 7 am
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Vishnu Sahasranama. M. S.
The Vishnu Sahasranama is a list of 1,000 names for Vishnu, one of the main forms of God in Hinduism and the personal supreme God for Vaishnavas (followers of Vishnu). It is also one of the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnu sahasranama as found in the Mahabharata is the most popular version of the 1000 names of Vishnu. According to the 149th chapter of Anushāsanaparva in the epic Mahabharata, the names were handed down to Yudhisthira by the famous warrior Bhishma who was on his death bed at the battle of Kurukshetra.

Yudhisthira asks Bhishma the following questions:

In this universe who is the one Deva of all? (i.e., at whose command all beings function?, or who is God of all?. Who is the one greatest refuge for all? Who is the one Divinity by praising and by worshipping whom a man attains good? Which according to you is that highest form of Dharma (capable of bestowing salvation and prosperity on man? What is that by uttering or reciting which any living being can attain freedom from cycle of births and deaths?

Bhisma answers by stating that mankind will be free from all sorrows by chanting the Vishnu sahasranāma' which are the thousand names of the all-pervading Supreme Being Vishnu, who is the master of all the worlds, supreme over the devas and who is one with Brahman.

Madurai Shanmukhavadivu Subbulakshmi, popularly known as M.S. or M.S.S.) (September 16, 1916 - December 11, 2004)was a renowned Carnatic vocalist. She was the first musician ever to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor. While Lata Mangeshkar called her Tapaswini (the Renunciate), Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan termed her Suswaralakshmi (the goddess of musical notes), and Kishori Amonkar labeled her the ultimate eighth note or Aathuvaan Sur, which is above the seven notes basic to all music. Her many famous renditions of bhajans include the chanting of Bhaja Govindam, Vishnu sahasranama (1000 names of Vishnu) and the Venkateswara Suprabhatam (musical hymns to awaken Lord Balaji early in the morning).
01 .Bhajagovindam
02. Vishnu sahasranaman
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Sunday, November 30, 2008


balamuralikrishna - ayyayo neevanti.mp3
balamuralikrishna - bhadra saila raja mandira.mp3
balamuralikrishna - pavana rama nama sudha.mp3
balamuralikrishna - samanyula chenta cheramu.mp3
balamuralikrishna - yela daya rade rammaya.mp3
balamuralikrishna - yenduku krupa raadu.mp3
balamuralikrishna - yenta pani chesitivi rama.mp3
balamuralikrishna - yentha kenthaku mandalinthu.mp3
Viswanath - Introduction - K Viswanth.mp3
vol4 - 4 yela daya rade rammaya.mp3
vol4 - 5 yenduku krupa raadu.mp3
vol4 - 6 yenta pani chesitivi rama.mp3
vol4 - 7 samanyula chenta cheramu.mp3
vol4 - 8 bhadra saila raja mandira.mp3
vol4 - 9 yentha kenthaku mandalinthu.mp3
SPB - Dorikine dorikine.mp3
SPB - rama rama ninnu ponichedana.mp3
unknown artist - karuna choodave oh amma.mp3
vani jayaram - Nanda Balam.mp3
vol5 - 1 Introduction - SPB.mp3
vol5 - 10 ramakrishna govinda narayana.mp3
vol5 - 2 oh raghunandana.mp3
vol5 - 3 ramani ro ramani ro.mp3
vol5 - 5 Kodanda ramulu mammu kannavaru.mp3
vol5 - 6 Tappulani Kashmiyunchimi.mp3
K.Viswanth - Introduction - K.Viswanth.mp3
unknown artist - kaliyuga vaikuntamu.mp3
vol6 - 3 jai jai seetaram.mp3
vol6 - 4 parama pavan nama.mp3
vol6 - 5 yentho mahanubhavudavu.mp3
vol6 - 6 rama rama ani nota.mp3
vol6 - 7 abbaba rama namamu.mp3
vol6 - 8 kodanda rama.mp3
vol6 - 9 palayamam.mp3
balamuralikrishna - abba debbalaku talalera.mp3
balamuralikrishna - antha rama mayam.mp3
balamuralikrishna - ayyayo raghuramayya.mp3
balamuralikrishna - Janani bhavaye vaidehi.mp3
balamuralikrishna - rama nee daya naa pai.mp3
balamuralikrishna - vachevo raavo maa intiki.mp3
vol7 - 7 yennadu rakshinchevaani.mp3
vol7 - 8 selava selava.mp3

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Bhadrachala Ramadasu Keerthanalu


మిత్రులందరికి విన్నపము మేము చేస్తున్న భక్తి ప్రచారం ఈ బ్లోగ్స్ ద్వారా చేస్తున్నాము మరియు భక్తి ఫొల్దెర్స్ లింక్స్ videos URL: PDF BOOKS URL:

2 yentati punyamo.mp3
3 vanchana seyaka.mp3
4 adugu daati kaadalaniyanu.mp3
5 yeda nunado.mp3
6 tapuulu yerunga leka.mp3
7 inni kalgi ne vurkundune.mp3
8 nammina vaarini.mp3
9 raa ra na venna mudda.mp3
Balamurali krisha - raa ra na venna mudda.mp3
balamurali krishna - adugu daati kaadalaniyanu.mp3
balamurali krishna - inni kalgi ne vurkundune.mp3
Balamurali krishna - nammina vaarini.mp3
Balamurali krishna - tapuulu yerunga leka.mp3
balamurali krishna - vanchana seyaka.mp3
balamurali krishna - yeda nunado.mp3
balamurali krishna - yentati punyamo.mp3
(Unknown) - Krishna Gopala krishna.mp3
(Unknown) - rama vishala.mp3
(Unknown) - ramabhadra raraa.mp3
Dasaradha Rama.mp3
jandhyala - Introduction.mp3
Krishna Gopala krishna.mp3
SPB - Dasaradhi.mp3
SPB - Janaki Ramana.mp3
SPB - Raskshinchu Doravaani.mp3
SPB - tappulani.mp3
unknown artist - Janaka Tanaya.mp3
Oh!rama nee namamento.mp3
sailaja - ee vela nanu brovara krishnayya.mp3
sailaja - palayamam sree rukmini nayaka.mp3
sailaja - rama ra raa bhadrachala rama.mp3
sailaja - saklendriyamulara.mp3
SPB - Garuda Gamana ra raa.mp3
SPB - Introduction-SPB.mp3
SPB - itula chetuvataraa.mp3
SPB - Nee Divya Charanamule.mp3
SPB - vande raghu rama.mp3
SPB,Sailaja - deena dayalo.mp3
Bhadrachala Ramadasu Keerthanalu

002 SRI RAMA JAYA RAMA.mp3 20,867 KB
07 Jaya Jaya Rama - S P Balasubramanyam, Music_ K V Mahadeva.mp3 3,386 KB
11 Rama Krishna prabhu thu Jaya ram.mp3 4,456 KB
14. Jaya Rama Hare.mp3 2,799 KB
19 - Jaya Jaya Sri Ragu Rama.mp3 3,066 KB
Jaya Jaya Rama Janaki Rama.mp3 502 KB
Jaya Raam Rama Ramanam Samanam (Lata Mangeskar).mp3 3,966 KB
Jaya Raghu Nandana Jaya Jaya Rama.mp3 472 KB
Jaya Rama Hare (2).mp3 508 KB
Jaya Sita Rama.mp3 6,241 KB
Jaya_Sai_Rama_Jaya_Raghu_Ra.mp3 1,612 KB
Rama Rama Jaya Raghu Kula Tilaka.mp3 554 KB
Sri Rama Chandra Jaya Rama Chandra.mp3 570 KB
Sri_Rama_Chandra_Jaya_Rama.mp3 1,048 KB
The_Sound_of_Om-05_Om_Sri_Rama_Jaya_Rama__Jaya_Jay a_Rama.mp3 23,060 KB
ramadas- sp balu
diname sudinamu.mp3 4,603 KB
emi ra rama.mp3 3,938 KB
garuda gamana.mp3 4,823 KB
ninnu ponichedena.mp3 4,278 KB
paahimam sri rama ante.mp3 3,970 KB
rakshinchu deenuni rama rama.mp3 3,372 KB
rama nee che emi kadura.mp3 4,179 KB
ramuni baanamu.mp3 3,848 KB
sita rama swamy ne chesina neramemi.mp3 2,980 KB
sri rama nee namamemi ruchira.mp3 3,517 KB


05 Jai Ram Rama.mp3
06 Shri Ramchandra.mp3
07 Jeeni Re Jeeni.mp3
08 Ram Charan Sukhdayi.mp3
01 Hanuman Chalisa.mp3
02 He Ram.mp3
03 Ab Sop Diya.mp3
04 He Govind He Gopal.mp3

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Monday, November 24, 2008


To download DAT(zipped) files(total: 22 VCD files) see the links here....
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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Devotional Songs

Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Devotional Songs
Music : Narration by Kongara Jaggayya
Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part One
Narration by Kongara Jaggayya, Ghantasala
Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part Two
Narration by Kongara Jaggayya, Ghantasala
these mp3 songs are can be played or downloaded
Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part One.mp3
Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part Two.mp3

Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part 1 of 2

Published on Mar 24, 2012
One of my all-time favorites, this is probably the very first and full-format movie that The great institution of Sri Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams spearheaded to propogate the services, facilities and the immensely huge development work they assumed responsibilities on the Holy Hills of Tirumala and in Tirupati and neighboring towns like Tiruchanoor (also known as Alamelu Mangapuram), Srinivasa Mangapuram, Kapila Theertham, Narayanavanam, Naagulapuram, and Appalayagunta), and also at specific places in North India like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Mumbai, and in deep Southern India like Chennai, and Kanyakumari. This movie was shot in the year 1967-68 when Anjanadri Nagar, VVGH, and the main Kalyanakatta were being built for the first time. The movie was a flagship project of the TTD's "Drusya Sravana Project" (Audio Visual Projects). The great Telugu Thespian Kongara Jaggayya narrates the main movie while another of TTD's great project directors, Sri Kamisetti Srinivasulu Setti narrates the Tirupathi Theertha yatra in the second part.

Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavam Part 2 of 2

Published on Mar 24, 2012
One of my all-time favorites, this is probably the very first and full-format movie that The great institution of Sri Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams spearheaded to propogate the services, facilities and the immensely huge development work they assumed responsibilities on the Holy Hills of Tirumala and in Tirupati and neighboring towns like Tiruchanoor (also known as Alamelu Mangapuram), Srinivasa Mangapuram, Kapila Theertham, Narayanavanam, Naagalapuram, and Appalayagunta), and also at specific places in North India like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Mumbai, and in deep Southern India like Chennai, and Kanyakumari. This movie was shot in the year 1967-68 when Anjanadri Nagar, VVGH, and the main Kalyanakatta were being built for the first time. The movie was a flagship project of the TTD's "Drusya Sravana Project" (Audio Visual Projects). It has reknowned Telugu Thespian Kongara Jaggayya narrating the documentary, followed by Sri Kamisetti Srinivasulu narrating the TIrupati Theertha yatra part.