Azhwar Theertham at Tirupati

It is mentioned in Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam, the range of 7 hills are celebrated as Seshalam, Garudachalam, Venkatadri, Narayanadri, Vrishabhadri, Anjanadri, Neeladri and represents the great serpent bed As per Upanishads , in brief the Jeevatma passes through five stages in its spiritual evolution , namely, Annamayya kosa , Pranamaya kosa , Manomaya kosa Vignanamaya and Anandamaya kosams.

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” TIRUMALA is most holy shrine and Lord Vaikuntanathan out of abundant mercy has appeared as Lord Venkateshwara in this yuga for our upliftment . The sacred TIRUMALA Hills consists of seven peaks considered to be seven-hooded Adhisesha

 . Before  seeking to  have  darsanam of LORD ,  the devotees  are  supposed to shed  the    inherent tamasic  qualities and approach with  sattva gunam for  HIS darshanam .

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 Elders advise us to  reach the foot of the  Tirumala Hills and have a holy dip at Azhwar Theertham presently called as Kapila Theertham  before ascending the Hills.

This divine place is located enroute to Tirumala .  Out of the   1008 theerthams  located in and around  TIRUMALA  HILLS , Azhwar  Theertham ( Kapila Theertham)   is the only  natural spring  located  at the foot of the Hills.  

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On the shores of Alwar theertham is  enshrined Sri Lakshmi Narayana Perumal gracing the devotees . Lord  is gracing…

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2 thoughts on “Azhwar Theertham at Tirupati

  1. Very interesting ,enlightening thanks for informing about kapila theertam ,was not aware of the divine theertam

    On Tue, Jul 24, 2018, 4:52 PM kazhiyur varadan’s web blog wrote:

    > Kazhiyur Varadan posted: “It is mentioned in Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam, > the range of 7 hills are celebrated as Seshalam, Garudachalam, Venkatadri, > Narayanadri, Vrishabhadri, Anjanadri, Neeladri and represents the great > serpent bed As per Upanishads , in brief the Jeevatma ” >

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  2. Anna i watched videos malainadu divyadesam. In those temples will they accept vasthrams from us. In vadanadu they accept. What about malainadu. Could you help me

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