Sri Raghavendra Swamy, Mantralayam, Andhra Pradesh

Mantralayam Shri Raghavendra Swamy Temple is a commemoration of the holy person as well as loves lord hari, vayu and rayaru.mantralayam raghavendra swamy temple houses three breathtaking chariots, made with sandalwood and decorated with crisp and splendid flowers.every day the divinities are put on the chariots and a magnificent parade round the sanctuary happens. 

Shri raghavendra swami was conceived as shri venkanna bhatta, the second child of shri thimanna bhatta and smt. gopikamba on thursday, sukla saptami of phalguna month in 1595, when the moon was in mrigashirisha nakshatra at bhuvanagiri, close present-day chidambaram in tamil nadu. shri thimmanna bhatta was the child of shri kanakachala bhatta and the grandson of shri krishna bhatta, a veena researcher in the court of king krishnadevaraya. shri.thimanna bhatta and his significant other, smt. gopikamba had a child, gururajacharya and a little girl, venkatamba.shri venkanna bhatta was additionally calledvenkatanatha or venkatacharya out of appreciation for shri venkateshwara at tirupati, with whose blessings.much after the above episode had happened, shri raghavendra swami got an open door meet the nawab of adoni eye to eye. the nawab, rather than being conscious to him, chose to test his profound abilities and put before the swamiji, a plate of non veggie lover rarities totally secured with a bit of material, in the pretense of offering alms.per hindu traditions, charity are generally offered to a meeting holy person to look for his gifts. swamiji took some water from his kamandala, thought and sprinkled it on the secured plate, as a feature of his standard routine with regards to cleansing any nourishment before utilization. he at that point opened the plate. it contained crisp organic products. the nawab instantly wound up noticeably contrite and turned into a fervent fan of swamiji then on. as a statement of regret, he offered to give the swamiji any measure of land and riches. while swamiji denied any such present for his own increases, he asked that the land around manchale (introduce day mantralayam), which was a piece of the nawab's kingdom, to be given over to his matha.though the nawab of adoni offered to give him a more prolific locale, shri raghavendra swami demanded the dry and infertile area around mantralayam, on the banks of the tungabhadra river.many years after the fact, he told a fan that it was where king prahalada had played out his yagnyas to lord rama amid the dwapara yuga and was consequently an amazingly sacred land. therefore the matha moved to mantralayam where shri raghavendra swamy proceeded with his otherworldly excursion. at mantralayam, shri guru raghavendra empowered annadhanam (gift of sustenance) to all aficionados. it is a training that is trailed by the matha to this date and is vigorously financed by gifts. 

There are various supernatural occurrences related with the life of guru raghavendra, which the enthusiasts everywhere throughout the world still love and laud. one such supernatural occurrence happened when sri raghavendra was in grihastaashram. one day he went to a town for a religious capacity. there he was approached to granulate shoe glue for the visitors to apply on their bodies after supper. since venkatanatha was recounting agni sukta while pounding the sandalwood, the visitors felt a consuming sensation everywhere on their bodies when they connected the shoe glue. understanding this, venkatanatha discussed the varuna sukta and soothed the visitors of their copying sensation. amid the english run, an officer of the east india company, sir thomas munroe, came to mantralayam set for disavow the stipends given by the legislature. indeed, even as he was drawing closer the brindavanam, he had the vision of the guru himself ascending from the hallowed spot and addressed him for the reason for a raghavendraswami mutt. munroe understood the enormity of the guru and requested that the enrichments can proceed. the sudden difference at the top of the priority list of the englishman astounded every one of those present there. in another example, a devotee of guru raghavendra figured out how to help a poor family to dispose of the abhorrent spirits tormenting them for a considerable length of time with the hallowed powder given by his guru. poor people lady was bringing forth tyke, however to their awesome disillusionment, each time when a tyke was conceived, it didn't survive. the couple was in a discouraged state. one day, shri raghavendras supporter happened to go by and visit them. the lady had quite recently then conveyed a tyke. the senior citizens detailed the dismal advancements to the gurus supporter. by utilizing the sacrosanct cinder given by his guru, the follower is said to have headed out the detestable soul, and the tyke at long last made due to the lovely amazement of all. the family was impressed to the point that they gave a young lady from the family in marriage to the gurus pupil. 

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