Sripadavallabha Anagha Datta Kshetram, consecrated
at the birth place of Sri Padavallabha Swamy holds a special place
in Sri Swamiji's heart.Oon the occasion of 6th Brahmotsavam, Sri
Swamiji visited the town and inspected the ongoing Pushkarini
(Ceremonial Pond) construction.
During the recent Makara Sankranti festival, Sri
Swamiji had a vision of Nandeeshwara (bull) menacingly moving in
the northern direction. The implying message was understood by Sri
Swamiji to conduct a special Shanti Yagna. (Devotees may recall
that His Holiness warned that the next year may wreak havoc to the
world and one should be very cautious and devoted to do holy deeds
to propitiate the Almighty).
Accordingly, Nakshatra Shanti, Vrushabha Shanti,
Rudra Yaga, Vrushotsarjana, Go Mithuna Dana were organised in Pithapuram
Kshetram. Team of scholars led by Cherukupalli Viswanatha Sarma and
Tadepalli Raghavendra Sarma organised the 3 day program from 24th
- 27th January. Completion of this Shanti Yagna would culminate
in the Darshan of Pashupatinath in Nepal, Sri Swamiji added. Sri
SV Ramana Murthy - Temple Patron and other members ably conducted
Important features of this trip:
1. Ayurvedic and
Allopathic Medical camp, in which 1500 patients have benefited.
2. Announcement of building of Entrance Arches for Temple at important
locations of the town.
3. Announcement of Weekly Charitable Clinic
in Ashrama premises - SGS Charitable Clinic.
4. Announcement of Education
Services to backward children - SGS Bala Vidya Kendram.
Anagha Dattatreya Swamy
SV Ramana Murthy - Patron
of Sripadavallabha Anagha Datta Kshetram welcomes Parama Pujya Sri Swamiji
Devotees attending the program
Gou (cow) Danam
SGS Bala Vidya Kendram - intended
to impart supplementary education to backward children; formally inaugurated
Nakshatra Shanti Yaga Poornahuti
Sarma, chief Pundit of the Nakshatra Shanti, Vrushabha Shanti Yaga was