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Yathisammelana – 18th June 2015

Yathisammelana – 18th June 2015

Srimathe Ramanujaya Namaha, We are happy to share with you, the grand success of our Arpna Mahotsava : 2- Yathisammelana. The event gave us a glimpse of how Swamy Ramanuja would’ve paraded with His battalion of Yathis. Virtual treat indeed! We thank each of you for joining hands with us and being instrumental in making […]

Samprokshanam and Sammelanam – 14th June to 19th June 2015

Samprokshanam and Sammelanam – 14th June to 19th June 2015

Srimathe Ramanujaya Namaha, We are happy to share with you, the grand success of our Arpna Mahotsava : 2- Yathisammelana. The event gave us a glimpse of how Swamy Ramanuja would’ve paraded with His battalion of Yathis. Virtual treat indeed!

Sthala Purana of Melkote

Sthala Purana of Melkote

Melkote (Thirunarayanapuram / Yadugiri/ Yadushaila / Yathishaila) is a beautiful village in Pandavapura Taluk, Mandya district, Karnataka State. The place features two major temples – Sri Tirunarayanar Swamy Temple and Sri Yoganarasimha Swamy Temple. The presiding deity in Sri Tirunarayanar Swamy Temple is Tirunarayana Perumal (Moolavar) and the Utsavar is SampathKumara (Shelvappillai).

Sahasramanotsava Celebrations

Sahasramanotsava Celebrations

Melkote has geared up to celebrate the 1000th appearance occasion of its favorite Acharya, Swami Ramanuja. The greatest and most memorable event in spiritual history. The like of it that has never happened nor will it happen in the future. Swami Ramanuja made his transcendental appearance on this planet in the

Donation

Donation

Daana – the practice culminates in one of the perfections: the perfection of giving –  (pāramitā): . This can be characterized by unattached and unconditional generosity, giving and letting go. Daana as a formal religious act is directed specifically to a monastic or spiritually-developed person. It has the effect of purifying and transforming the mind […]