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Highlights of the 512th Vardhanthi of Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya commemorated at Sree Ram Kabir Mandir, 530 E. 231st St, Carson, CA-90745 on 15 March 2015 (Sunday) from 2pm to 7pm.

SVASA
organized the devotional services commemorating the 512th Vardhanthi of Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya in Carson, CA More than Two Hundred devotees attended the devotional services.

               

                                     Sankirtana recital in progress

The Vardhanthi commemoration began @ 2pm with the Uregimpu of Annmayya, Sri Venkateswara and Padmavathi Ammavaru while the devotees sang the Annamayya Pancharatnamala.  Gurudeva Prarthana "Sreemathvadeeya" was recited and the Sankeerthana recital followed a brief introductory speech by the President of SVASA on Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya & his works.

About 40 vocalists participated in the Sankeerthana recital.  "Dinamu Dwadasi Nedu" was rendered by the devotees followed by Sankeerthanas rendered by children for the first hour.  The core Sankeerthanas of SVASA were rendered led by Smt. Annapurna Duvvuri, Sudha Kotha, Madhavi Chemuturi, Subhadra Rani, Usha Rani, Suneetha Anna and others.  Ragaswara School of music, and Arcadia group devotees rendered some Sankeerthanas.  Towards the end of the devotional event SVASA paid tribute to Late Sri Nedunuri garu by sharing his life milestones and works with the devotees.  Vikas Munukutla rendered a few Sankeerthanas of Nedunuri garu as a mark of respect to him.  This devotional event has been focused to encourage the participation of school children along with the seasoned singers.  More than forty Sankeerthanas were recited over 5 hours.  Introduction and an apt commentary to the Sankeerthanas were provided by the president of SVASA to benefit the participants understand the meaning and context of the Sankeerthanas.  Mangalamu Govindunaku was recited by the group as the Mangalam Sankeerthana.

This devotional service was well received by the devotees.  The service concluded with the Mangalasasanam to Sri Venkateswara and Maha Naivedyam and Arathi.  Prasadam was served to the devotees after the Mangalasasanam.

Namo Venkatesaya!

 

 

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