Simhapuri Caught in the Divine Vibes of Vasantha Panchami

 Nellore, 16 February 2021: The entire environs of the spacious AC Subba Reddy Stadium is filled with the soothing divine breeze of rhythmic Mantras, Soulful Veena Nadam and eye catching dance performance on Monday evening as a part of the Vasanta Panchami Saraswati Puja organised by TTD.


The spiritual event mulled seeking the blessings of goddess Saraswati upon the children to bring up their educational career back on track which has suffered last year due to Covid Pandemic. 


Earlier, a replica of Goddess Saraswathi seated elegantly on Hamasa Vahana was arranged on the stage. Special Saraswathi Puja chanting the divine names of Goddess of Wisdom were rendered by Vedic scholars was observed with religious fervour to the Saraswatiroopa Kalasam under the supervision of Chief Archakas of Tirumala temple Sri Venugopala Deekshitulu and Sri Krishna Seshachala Deekshitulu. 


This was followed by melodious Veena rendition buy renowned Veena Maestro Sri Vadali Venkata Ramana and his disciples on 16 stringed instruments (veena) as Shodasopa (16) Nivedana to Goddess Saraswathi.


Later the students of TTD-run SV College of Music and Dance performed Nritya Nivedana on Brahma Krita Saraswathi Shloka which enthralled the devotees.


The two and a half hours programme concluded with the devotees lighting ghee lamps on the auspicious day of Magha Panchami chanting Govinda Namas invoking the blessings of Gnana Swarupini Saraswathi.


The Honourable DyCM Sri Narayana Swamy, MP Sri Vemireddi Prabhakar Reddy, TTD Chairman Sri YV Subba Reddy, EO Dr KS Jawahar Reddy, Board member Smt Prasanthi Reddy, Additional EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy and other city elite were also present. 


Among others, SVVU VC Sri Sudarshana Sharma, Tirumala temple OSD Sri Seshadri, SV Higher Vedic Studies OSD Dr A Vibhishana Sharma, Vedic Scholar Sri Rani Sadasivamurty, Veda pundits from TTD, SV Vedic Varsity, Archakas were also present.


The programme concluded in a ceremonious manner with Nakshatra Harati, Kumbha Harati and Harati Nivedana rendered to Goddess Saraswathi.


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