Ujire: Even though there are different gods in the town, only Lord Janardana is the one who gives salvation to the living being. Among the other gods, Lord Janardana is present and grants salvation to everyone according to their deeds. Sri Vedavardhana Theertha Shri of Shiruru Math of Sri Vamana Theertha Samsthan, one of the Ashta Maths of Udupi, one of the Ashta Maths of Sri Madhvacharya, gave the message of grace that the Supreme Lord within him would bless him with the best.
He on December 29th evening,Ujire visited Sri Janardhana temple and had darshan of Sri Janardhana Swami and Parivar God and Shri Madhwacharya’s Sannidhana, offered pooja, received prasadam and gave blessings. Uchire, whose original name is Uchabhuti, is a wealthy town. If more people come to the temple, the Lord is happy and blesses the devotees. The collective prayer of devotees gives special power and closeness. May God bless everyone, he said.
Srigalavaru was originally from Machhale family of Nidle village in Belthangadi taluk and after being appointed as the successor of Shiruru Math, the Yathivaryas who were coming to the field for the first time were welcomed by musical instruments and honored by Sarath Krishna Paduvetnayar on behalf of the temple by garlanding and offering fruits.
The invitation will be unveiled next February. From 7th to 9th in Kanyadi in the new temples constructed by the Tulu Shivalli Sabha with the cooperation of the devotees, Shri Ayyappa Swami and Parivar Deva unveiled the invitation card for the Pratistha Brahmakalashotsava and wished the scheduled programs to be successful with the grace of Shri God.
On this occasion, Beltangady Taluk Tulu Shivalli Sabha President Raghavendra Baipadithaya, Secretary Rajaprasada Polnaya, President of Sri Ayyappa Bhajan Mandir Harish Rao Mundru Ppadi, Secretary Parari Venkataramana Hebbar, Treasurer Girish Kudrentaya, Srisha Lakhinnaya, Anant Krishna Koyuru, Sri Satyanarayana Erkadi, Sons The students of the Math were present.
Honorary President Vijayaraghava Paduvetnaya released the Kalash Coupon Receipt Book of Sri Ayyappaswamy and Parivar Deva’s Revival of Brahmakalashotsava at Paduvettu House and wished the program well.