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Wishing all a Happy #RamaNavami.
After Shri Venkateswara, the next most popular God in the Telugu states would have to be Shri Rama himself. The Ramalayas or the Ram temples are pretty much a common sight in almost every village in the Telugu states.
The chariot processions or the Ratha Yathra during the Ram Navami celebrations again a very common occurence, in fact it is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in rural Andhra and Telangana .
Among all the Ram temples down South, the most famous one though would be the Seetharama Swamy temple at Bhadrachalam. And when one speaks of Bhadrachalam, the name that comes to mind immediately would of course be that of Bhakta Ramadasu aka Kancherla Gopanna.
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"I shall leave my dreams in their argent air,
For in a raiment of gold and blue
There shall move on the earth embodied and fair
The living truth of you..."

#A_Gods_Labour
#SriAurobindo
#MahaSamadhi

(Art: Unknown)
"Storm is the dance of the locks of the God assenting to greatness..

Veiled in events he lives and working disguised in the mortal
Builds our strength by pain, and an empire is born out of ruins..”

#Illion
#SriAurobindo
#VijayDiwas
#Bangladesh

(Art: Leslie Abraham)
"Yet all we dream and hope are memories treasured,
Are forecasts we misspell,
But of what life or scene he who has measured
The boundless heavens can tell.."

#Rebirth
#SriAurobindo
#WinterSolstice

(Art: KaalChakra, Konark Sun temple)
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The Sitarama Kalyanam is being celebrated today at Bhadrachalam on occasion of #Ramanavami, so it's like 2 days of celebrations in Telugu states, yesterday Andhra, today Telangana.
After Venkateswara the most popular deity in Telugu states is Rama himself, Ramalayas are pretty much a common sight in almost every village in the Telugu states.
The chariot processions or the Ratha Yathra during the Ram Navami celebrations again a very common occurence, in fact it is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in rural Andhra and Telangana
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