Tirumala Brahmotsavam – Day 7

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Suryanarayana as Badarinarayana glitters bright on Surya Prabha Vahanam

Tirumala, 6 Oct. 19 – Day 7 Morning

  • Sri Malayappa Swamy who shines bright as Sri Suryanarayana Murthy on Surya Prabha Vahanam, took the celestial form of Badarinayana in Yoga Mundra on the carrier on the bright sunny day on Sunday.
  • On the seventh day morning of the ongoing annual Brahmotsavams at Tirumala, Lord Malayappa Swamy blessed His devotees on the well decked dazzling Surya Prabha Vahana.
  • According to Hindu mythology, Lord Srimannarayana lies in the midst of Surya Mandala which is the Sun’s sphere in the cosmos. Wearing a diamond gauntlet, seated majestically atop the seven horses driving Surya Prabha Vahanam, Sri Malayappa Swamy took a celestial ride along the four mada streets.
  • To match the occasion, the Lord was decorated with a huge garland made of red colour ixora flowers which enhanced the beauty of Lord. Devotees were mused by the charm of Lord on Surya Prabha Vahanam.
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Tirumala Brahmotsavam

Day 7 – Morning

 

Sun shines all the way for Surya Prabha Vahanam

 

On the seventh day of Srivari Navaratri Brahmotsavams the Sri Malayappa Swamy took a celestial ride atop the bright Surya Prabha Vahanam on Tuesday morning.

Surya, the Sun God, who is the key architect of life of humans, animals and plants became the Charioteer to drive the Surya Prabha Vahanam for Sri Malayappa Swamy who cheered the devotees as Surya Narayanamurthy.

According to Puranic texts Surya, the Sun God always rode on a chariot driven by seven horses. He spreads light and health in the world and also removes darkness, which symbolizes poverty, illiteracy and ignorance.. Saint-poet Tallapaka Annamacharyat praises Venkatewswara as no other than the Sun God in the midst of the Sun’s Sphere.

Source : TTD