Refresh and try again. Sarva Sambhavam All playlists are of commercial music but the playback is ad supported so you can listen as much as you want, just as you would sarva sambhavam in the radio. The author has worked as executive officer E. The toll gate below was closed. Unfortunately, our journey did not run smooth. Each episode is graphic description with ardent faith in God in flowery language.
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Sarva Sambhavam After the long weekend of 3 days I came to office this morning to office and i felt like a school child until i saw my best pals at work.
To my surprise my best friend Mr,Lanka Deepak presented me a book. I am very grateful to him for presenting me with such a wonderful gift and for giving me thsi opportunity to learnb about a great personality Sri P V R K Prasad and the Thirumala. This is simply very interesting The day I received this book I was unable to control my hunger to read it. Here are few of my feelings which i could pen down. Hope you will also have a wonderful time reading it.
If we ask any devotee of Lord Venkateswara his experiences with the God, especially his trip to Tirumala, he has definitely not one, but more than one to share with us. Any E. Sri P. Prasad I. S narrated his services as E. Each episode is graphic description with ardent faith in God in flowery language. Tears roll down our cheeks unknowingly as we go through the episodes. If I mention that in a nutshell, I will be spoiling the beauty of it.
Please order a copy for yourself and read it. Kill Piracy and read the original. I am sure you will have wonderdul reading it. Is Srinivas Heartless? How can you leave our entire family to our fate so ruthlessly, in the middle of the night, amidst these frightening mountains, on the desolate ghat road?
Never again in my life will I dream of having a darshan of you! This experience is enough for a life time.. His repentance knew no bounds. He atoned for his sin and realised that the only purpose of his life was to chant the name of Lord Sri Venkateswara incessantly. As long as I was T. Executive Officer I was always preoccupied with my work there. My thoughts centred round all the sevas for the Almighty, the comforts and facilities for the devotees and so my whole and sole concern was how best I could improve these.
I used to attend all the sevas from dawn to dusk starting from Suprabhata seva to Ekantha seva as many times as possible. Especially I never missed the special seva on Friday mornings - Abhisheka seva. This particular seva starts at 4. Hence I generally left for Tirumala the previous day itself. I started around midday, did some special checking on the way and reached Tirumala about 4 p. I continued my job along with the other officers there.
Finally I reached the temple, stayed there till 9. That had been my practice, but one Thursday, in , my whole programme was disturbed. I could not leave Tirupati till 8 in the night due to heavy work there. So I thought I would have my dinner at home and start around 9. It crossed 9. I was sitting in the camp office and was attending to some urgent phone calls. My personal secretary and driver were ready by all means. It was beyond ten. Are you not going? But some how I did not like her proposal.
I must rush! So I continued with my office work for about 20 to 30 minutes. Gopika came there atleast 2 to 3 times, surprise was writ all over her face at the state of affairs but left me alone without troubling me with questions. I would have continued thus till about Abruptly, I closed the file I was looking into.
I got up with a jerk from my seat. I madly rushed into the car as if somebody was chasing me. Within 10 minutes we reached the Toll gate at the foot of the ghat road in Alipiri Due to safety measures they closed the Toll gate by 10p. They opened it for my sake. The office people told me there was a heavy rush that day. It meant an ordinary darshan would take 7 to 8 hours that day.
It was a pleasant journey on the ghat road in the midnight with no huzzle buzzle. I would have dozed off to sleep in the cool breeze any other day but that day I was disturbed.
I was restless at the turn of events and was also anxious to reach Tirumala quickly. In fact there was no great hurry. But still he tried to oblige me. We crossed almost all the hairpin bends.
We would have reached Tirumala if we travelled just one kilometre more, but before the last curve, in the pitch darkness outside, one gentleman was waving to us desperately to stop the car. In the car headlights, I could figure out that he was standing before an ambassador. I asked my driver to stop. Who was he? Why was he there in the middle of the night?
Before I could raise these questions he came to me. Our car broke down half way through. Can you give us lift please I brushed aside my series of questions and asked only one.
How many of you are there? They were - the gentleman himself, his wife, daughter, son-in-law and the driver - all told five of them. In addition to me and my driver, there was my P. Without second thoughts, I accommodated them all including their luggage into our car. Then I observed his daughter and son-in-law were dressed in the wedding robes which meant they must have got married a few hours ago. As soon as they got into the car all the tension and restlessness I have been facing disappeared to God knows where!
Before we reached Tirumala he detailed upon his story in a voice blended with anxiety and worry! I know no other God except Lord Venkateswara.
Accordingly, the marriage took place in Mysore this morning at Our plan was to reach Tirumala via Bangalore and have a special darshan for Rs. All our relatives who have come to attend the marriage are still in our house.
We are left with some more ceremonies in the marriage. Unfortunately, our journey did not run smooth. It was like a hurdle race. All through the journey, we were delayed by railway gates and traffic. By the time we reached Alipiri it was 10 p. The toll gate was closed. We narrated our story to the staff there and requested them to allow us on our way, so that we could have the darshan of the Lord before midnight and rush back to Mysore.
Thankfully they consented. Did you also request them to leave you thus? I changed the topic. The rest of the story I knew. Their car broke down in the ghat road. Now the problem before him was to go for the darshan of the Lord before they closed down the temple i. Since he had some problem or other throughout he lost his patience.
He was torn between devil and deep sea-the moment his car gave him trouble. The toll gate below was closed.
It would not be opened before 4 a. What should they do in the pitch darkness? Should they walk the rest of the journey?
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Sarva Sambhavam After the long weekend of 3 days I came to office this morning to office and i felt like a school child until i saw my best pals at work. To my surprise my best friend Mr,Lanka Deepak presented me a book. I am very grateful to him for presenting me with such a wonderful gift and for giving me thsi opportunity to learnb about a great personality Sri P V R K Prasad and the Thirumala. This is simply very interesting
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