Dhanwantari Mahayagam concludes in Tirumala with a prayer to save mankind from Coronavirus

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  29 March 2020 3:24 AM GMT
Dhanwantari Mahayagam concludes in Tirumala with a prayer to save mankind from Coronavirus

Tirumala: The three days Sri Srinivasa Santyutsava Sahitha Dhanwantari Mahayagam at Dharmagiri concluded with a prayer to provide relief from coronavirus and mental stress

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Executive Officer Anil Kumar Singhal, Additional EO AV Dharma Reddy and seers from various Matts participated in the Mahayagam.

Singhal said the ritual has been organized under the supervision of Visakha Sarada Peeth seer Swaroopanandendra Saraswathi Swamy, chief of Mantralayam Raghavendra Matt Subudhendrateertha Swamy and other seers.

He said they had conducted Mahayagam for the wellbeing of mankind and seeking relief from the corona. He said 30 Pandits from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka recited four Vedas and five Sakhas.

“There are many health-related Mantras in Rigveda, Shukla/Krishna Yajurveda, Samaveda, and Adharvana Veda and provide relief to mankind from worldly ailments and mental stress”, he said.

Advisor for of the TTD on Vaikhanasa Agama Mohana Rangacharyulu said they offered prayers to Dhanwantari Swamy through Homas and Mantras as per Sastra. They had invited 24 relevant deities into 24 Kalasas.

Agama Pandit Seetharamacharyulu said there are seven worlds on earth and they had formed 7 Homa Kunda offering Vedic prayers to them for their satisfaction and blessings to mankind.

He said the Abhishek water is being mixed with waters in local water bodies in Tirumala after performing Abhishekam to Dhanwantari Swamy. This power enters the universe through solar rays which spreads through clouds and other precipitation forms other parts of the globe, he explained.

Sri Pedda Jeeyar Swami, Sri China Jeeyar Swami, CVSO Gopinath Jetty, Additional CVSO Sivakumar Reddy, Dharmagiri Vedic School Principal Kuppa Sivasubrahmanya Avadhani and others were present.

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