Lord Venkateshwara (Balaji) The Great

Lord Venkateswara, fondly called Balaji, is the presiding deity of the temple. He is one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu and is the preserver of the Universe. He represents the function of sustenance in creation.

According to the Hindu Scriptures, Vishnu, out of love for his devotees incarnated as Venkateswara and appeared for the salvation and elevate humanity in this Kali Yuga and is considered the supreme form of Vishnu in this age. Venkateswara means the Lord who destroys the sins of the people. This deity is in similar form to Lord Balaji at Tirumala, Tirupati in India.

Lord has descended from Vaikunta to earth to give blessing of wealth and prosperity to all the devotees who surrender to his Lotus feet as indicated by the posture of his right hand. He also adores Sridevi (Goddess of wealth) and Bhudevi (Mother Earth) in His chest.

Brahmotsavam and Vaikunta Ekadasi are the popular festivals for Balaji. The Great.


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