Lord Venkateswara is worshipped by people across the globe. Millions of devotees throng to Tirupathi , the abode of lord Venkateswara in Andhra pradesh .Devotees from across the world donate large amount of wealth to Lord Venkateswara. According to a legend Venkatachalapathy as he is popularly known as is an incarnation of Vishnu who was born here to save people from all the troubles of the kali yug. A yagna was performed by saints Narda and other sages. After the yagna was performed, the saints left it to Rishi Bhrigu to whom the fruits of yagna should be distributed. He had to distribute it among the trimurthis. When he went to lord Shiva and Brahma, they did not notice him, Finally he went to lord Vishnu who shows that he did not notice the sage. Getting angry he kicked the Lord . But Vishnu instead of getting angry with the saint apologized to him and pressed the extra eye that was present on his foot. This act angered Lakshmi devi who left lord Vishnu . She went to Earth to do meditation. Lord Vishnu came to Tirupathi in search of his wife and he also start meditating in Tirupathi hills as Lord Venkatesa. Add the blessings of Lord venkateswara by downloading Venkateswara images and wall papersto your screen.
Ayyapan or Lord Ayyapa is a Hindu deity is son of Harihara(fused with Vishnu and Shiva). He is also called as Sastavu or Sasta and is generally depicted in yogic posture. He is also called as Manikandan as hewears jewels around his neck.Lord Ayyapa is also known as Hariharasutan or Hariharputhra because he is the son of Hari- Vishnu the saviour and Hara- Shiva the destroyer. He is said to be born out of union between Lord Shiva and Mohini (avtar of Lord Vishnu).Ayyappans annual festival is a time of pilgrimage for ever-growing numbers of men from throughout South India.Sabrimala in Kerela is most visited Pilgrimage temple of Lord Ayyapa on the day of Makasankranti or PongalRead More!
Bal gopal is the is the infant/child form of Lord Krishna.The child form of Krishna also known as Bala Gopala (child Gopala) is worshipped across India. In Indian Mythology there are many stories of wonderful miraculous and innocent acts of Gopala Like stealing butter with friends.Read More!