Tirupati Balaji Suprabhatam Wallpaper Calendar 2010
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Venkateshwara also known as Venkatachalapathy, Srinivasa and Balaji is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu in India.
Venkateshwara means the Lord who destroys the sins of the people. According the Hindu scriptures, Vishnu, out of love towards his devotees, incarnated as Venkateshwara and appeared for the salvation and upliftment of humanity in this Kali Yuga and is considered the supreme form of Vishnu in this age.
The name Venkateshwara an be split into multiple parts in Sanskrit: Ven (sins), kata (destroyer), and ishwara (Supreme Lord). Using this etymology, Venkateshwara refers to the Supreme Lord who destroys sins.
The ancient Vishnu kautuvam describes him as Souryarayan, the one who destroys the evil and who comforts us. He is fondly called as Venkanna in the folklore of Andhra Pradesh. He is also known as Srinivasa, Tirumalesa, Venkatachalapathi, Sripathi, ThiruMaal, Balaji (though this is a more recent name), Venkateshwer, Venkatesa, Venkatapathi, Venkatanatha, Sri Varu, Thiruvengadam Udaiyaan, Maal, Manivannan, Tiruvengadattaan Tirupati Thimmappa, and by many other names.
He is also worshipped with the name Tirupati Thimmappa all over Karnataka by traditionally Shiva-worshipping communities. The presence of seven hills in the area influenced alternate names for the deity, such as Edukondalavadu in Telugu and as Ezhumalaiyan in Tamil, both of which mean "Lord of the Seven Hills". Lord Venkateswara is also known as Maha Ketarie and Maha Parmasree.
Venkateshwara's abode is in the Venkatam hills (the hills are more often referred to as ThiruVenkatam) near Tirupathi. Thus, the main temple of Venkateshwara is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The Tirumala temple is believed to be the richest of all the temples in the world. The temple is located in Andhra Pradesh (southern India) in Chittoor district (Tirumala). It is around 120 km away from Chennai.
This application is beautiful collection of following:
1. Very attractive Wallpapers of Lord Balaji.
2. Balaji Calendar
3. Balaji temple Information
4. Description of the vows taken by devotees.
5. Description of various temples near main temple.
Wallpapers can be saved to your device photo album which you can use as wallpaper
- USD 0.99
- Category: Lifestyle
- Released: 18 February 2010
- Version: V1.1
- Size: 24.8 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Balaji 68
- © Balaji68
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.