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  • Praveen S
    Hello Madhwa bandhugale, I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 4, 2010
      Hello Madhwa bandhugale,

      I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

      Which one is correct? 

      --
      Regards,
      Praveen S
    • shanmukh patil
      hare shrinivasa,   Dear Mr.Praveen,   Both are correct.   Actually, Prahlada---Bahleeka----Shri Vyasarajaru----Shri Raghavendraru.   This is chronological
      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 6, 2010
        hare shrinivasa,
         
        Dear Mr.Praveen,
         
        Both are correct.
         
        Actually, Prahlada---Bahleeka----Shri Vyasarajaru----Shri Raghavendraru.
         
        This is chronological order of avataragalu. Shri Raghavendraru is the "last avatara" of Prahlada.
         
        We have pramana from shri Vijayadaasara suLadi, shri Gopaladasara, shri jagannathadasara kriti which supports "prahlada-vyasamuniye-shriRagahvendra"......
         
        As per the  puruana vachana, ShankukarNa is the karmaja devate, who took avatara as Prahlada, hence moola roopa of shri vyasarajaru, shri raghaendraru is ShankukarNa devate.
         
        regards
        SKPatil



        --- On Thu, 3/4/10, Praveen S <praveen.s02@...> wrote:

        From: Praveen S <praveen.s02@...>
        Subject: [ITMS] Clarification required
        To: "it_madhva_sangha" <it_madhva_sangha@yahoogroups.com>
        Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 8:27 PM

         
        Hello Madhwa bandhugale,

        I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

        Which one is correct? 

        --
        Regards,
        Praveen S

      • Harish Rao
        namaskAra,   Shankhukarna, the original form of dEvathe, who was at the service of chaturmukhu brahma has 4 other avatAras.   Bahlika Raja- a King in
        Message 3 of 6 , Mar 7, 2010
          namaskAra,
           
          Shankhukarna, the original form of dEvathe, who was at the service of chaturmukhu brahma
          has 4 other avatAras.
           
          Bahlika Raja- a King in Mahabharata, who willingly got killed by Bhima
           
          Prahlada Raja - son of Hiranya kashipu, who has the credit of getting down Lord Srihar to take an exclusive avatara just for himself.  All other avataras of Sri Hari for massses, and this one came just for prahlada
          (source: pravachana by Sri Baligaru Ruchiracharya, Srima Madhwa Sangha, Chmpt, on the occassion of
          Sri Vyasaraja Utsava, organised by World Forum of Sri Vyasaraja Devotees)
          Sri Vyasarajaru - an epitome of jnAna and known to be one of the muni thrayaru - Sri Madhwa, Sri Teekarayaru and he is the third. Also known to be naveena Vyasa.
           
          Sri Rayaru - a never before and never after example of 'vairAgya', ofcourse with vast knowledge and known to be kaliyuga kAmadhEnu and kalpatharu.
           
           
          the avataras of Prhlada, Sri Vyasarajaru and Sri Rayaru is the best example of - bhakti, jnAna and vairAgya.
           
          Rgds
          Harish
           


          From: Praveen S <praveen.s02@...>
          To: it_madhva_sangha <it_madhva_sangha@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Thu, March 4, 2010 8:27:37 PM
          Subject: [ITMS] Clarification required

           

          Hello Madhwa bandhugale,


          I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

          Which one is correct? 

          --
          Regards,
          Praveen S

        • Sanjoooooooooooo
          Namaskara You explained only 3 while you mentioned 4 in the beginning. Is the fourth one Vibheeshana or Sri Satyasandha Teertharu? Thanks Sanjay ... --
          Message 4 of 6 , Mar 8, 2010
            Namaskara

            You explained only 3 while you mentioned 4 in the beginning. 
            Is the fourth one Vibheeshana or Sri Satyasandha Teertharu?

            Thanks
            Sanjay

            On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Harish Rao <harishdrao@...> wrote:
             

            namaskAra,
             
            Shankhukarna, the original form of dEvathe, who was at the service of chaturmukhu brahma
            has 4 other avatAras.
             
            Bahlika Raja- a King in Mahabharata, who willingly got killed by Bhima
             
            Prahlada Raja - son of Hiranya kashipu, who has the credit of getting down Lord Srihar to take an exclusive avatara just for himself.  All other avataras of Sri Hari for massses, and this one came just for prahlada
            (source: pravachana by Sri Baligaru Ruchiracharya, Srima Madhwa Sangha, Chmpt, on the occassion of
            Sri Vyasaraja Utsava, organised by World Forum of Sri Vyasaraja Devotees)
            Sri Vyasarajaru - an epitome of jnAna and known to be one of the muni thrayaru - Sri Madhwa, Sri Teekarayaru and he is the third. Also known to be naveena Vyasa.
             
            Sri Rayaru - a never before and never after example of 'vairAgya', ofcourse with vast knowledge and known to be kaliyuga kAmadhEnu and kalpatharu.
             
             
            the avataras of Prhlada, Sri Vyasarajaru and Sri Rayaru is the best example of - bhakti, jnAna and vairAgya.
             
            Rgds
            Harish
             


            From: Praveen S <praveen.s02@...>
            To: it_madhva_sangha <it_madhva_sangha@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Thu, March 4, 2010 8:27:37 PM
            Subject: [ITMS] Clarification required

             

            Hello Madhwa bandhugale,


            I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

            Which one is correct? 

            --
            Regards,
            Praveen S





            --
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            SAP Consultant.
            Consulting Vedic Astrologer.
            http://www.hinduastro.blogspot.com
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          • Prasanna Kovalam
            Namaskara, The avataras are: Prahaladarajaru, Bahlikarajaru, Vyasarayaru, Rayaru Regards, Prasanna ... -- Phone: (+61) 403 422 270, (+91) 955 070 2584
            Message 5 of 6 , Mar 8, 2010
              Namaskara,

              The avataras are:

              Prahaladarajaru, Bahlikarajaru, Vyasarayaru, Rayaru

              Regards,
              Prasanna

              On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 7:44 PM, Sanjoooooooooooo <sanjay.durg@...> wrote:
               

              Namaskara


              You explained only 3 while you mentioned 4 in the beginning. 
              Is the fourth one Vibheeshana or Sri Satyasandha Teertharu?

              Thanks
              Sanjay


              On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Harish Rao <harishdrao@...> wrote:
               

              namaskAra,
               
              Shankhukarna, the original form of dEvathe, who was at the service of chaturmukhu brahma
              has 4 other avatAras.
               
              Bahlika Raja- a King in Mahabharata, who willingly got killed by Bhima
               
              Prahlada Raja - son of Hiranya kashipu, who has the credit of getting down Lord Srihar to take an exclusive avatara just for himself.  All other avataras of Sri Hari for massses, and this one came just for prahlada
              (source: pravachana by Sri Baligaru Ruchiracharya, Srima Madhwa Sangha, Chmpt, on the occassion of
              Sri Vyasaraja Utsava, organised by World Forum of Sri Vyasaraja Devotees)
              Sri Vyasarajaru - an epitome of jnAna and known to be one of the muni thrayaru - Sri Madhwa, Sri Teekarayaru and he is the third. Also known to be naveena Vyasa.
               
              Sri Rayaru - a never before and never after example of 'vairAgya', ofcourse with vast knowledge and known to be kaliyuga kAmadhEnu and kalpatharu.
               
               
              the avataras of Prhlada, Sri Vyasarajaru and Sri Rayaru is the best example of - bhakti, jnAna and vairAgya.
               
              Rgds
              Harish
               


              From: Praveen S <praveen.s02@...>
              To: it_madhva_sangha <it_madhva_sangha@yahoogroups.com>
              Sent: Thu, March 4, 2010 8:27:37 PM
              Subject: [ITMS] Clarification required

               

              Hello Madhwa bandhugale,


              I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

              Which one is correct? 

              --
              Regards,
              Praveen S





              --
              *Cheers!

              Sanjay Durg

              SAP Consultant.
              Consulting Vedic Astrologer.
              http://www.hinduastro.blogspot.com
              ಬ್ರಹ್ಮ ಸತ್ಯಮ್ ಜಗತಸತ್ಯಂ ಜೀವೋ ಬ್ರಹ್ಮಾನುಗ್:l ಇತಿ ಹರಿ: ಪರತರ:l
              ರಕ್ಷತೀತ್ಯೇವ ವಿಶ್ವಾಸಃ*




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            • Harish Rao
              namaskAra Sanjay, please read my entire mail carefully again ....., there  are four. Bahlika Raja Prahlada Raja Sri Vyasarajaru Sri Raghavendra
              Message 6 of 6 , Mar 8, 2010
                namaskAra Sanjay,
                 
                please read my entire mail carefully again .....,
                there  are four.
                Bahlika Raja
                Prahlada Raja
                Sri Vyasarajaru
                Sri Raghavendra Gurusarvabhouma
                 
                I dont accept for a fact that either vibheeshana or Sri Sathyasandharu is anyways related or connected to the above.
                I expect people not to stick on to this "new thought" and especially without any backing evidences.
                 
                regards
                harish


                From: Sanjoooooooooooo <sanjay.durg@...>
                To: IT_Madhva_Sangha@yahoogroups.com
                Sent: Mon, March 8, 2010 2:44:54 PM
                Subject: Re: [ITMS] Clarification required

                 

                Namaskara


                You explained only 3 while you mentioned 4 in the beginning. 
                Is the fourth one Vibheeshana or Sri Satyasandha Teertharu?

                Thanks
                Sanjay

                On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Harish Rao <harishdrao@yahoo. com> wrote:
                 

                namaskAra,
                 
                Shankhukarna, the original form of dEvathe, who was at the service of chaturmukhu brahma
                has 4 other avatAras.
                 
                Bahlika Raja- a King in Mahabharata, who willingly got killed by Bhima
                 
                Prahlada Raja - son of Hiranya kashipu, who has the credit of getting down Lord Srihar to take an exclusive avatara just for himself.  All other avataras of Sri Hari for massses, and this one came just for prahlada
                (source: pravachana by Sri Baligaru Ruchiracharya, Srima Madhwa Sangha, Chmpt, on the occassion of
                Sri Vyasaraja Utsava, organised by World Forum of Sri Vyasaraja Devotees)
                Sri Vyasarajaru - an epitome of jnAna and known to be one of the muni thrayaru - Sri Madhwa, Sri Teekarayaru and he is the third. Also known to be naveena Vyasa.
                 
                Sri Rayaru - a never before and never after example of 'vairAgya', ofcourse with vast knowledge and known to be kaliyuga kAmadhEnu and kalpatharu.
                 
                 
                the avataras of Prhlada, Sri Vyasarajaru and Sri Rayaru is the best example of - bhakti, jnAna and vairAgya.
                 
                Rgds
                Harish
                 


                From: Praveen S <praveen.s02@ gmail.com>
                To: it_madhva_sangha <it_madhva_sangha@ yahoogroups. com>
                Sent: Thu, March 4, 2010 8:27:37 PM
                Subject: [ITMS] Clarification required

                 

                Hello Madhwa bandhugale,


                I read an article in ITMS that Sri Vyasarajaru is a re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada. But as per my knowledge, Sri Raghavendra Swamy is re-incarnation of Shankukarna and Prahlada raja.

                Which one is correct? 

                --
                Regards,
                Praveen S





                --
                *Cheers!

                Sanjay Durg

                SAP Consultant.
                Consulting Vedic Astrologer.
                http://www.hinduast ro.blogspot. com
                ಬ್ರಹ್ಮ ಸತ್ಯಮ್ ಜಗತಸತ್ಯಂ ಜೀವೋ ಬ್ರಹ್ಮಾನುಗ್:l ಇತಿ ಹರಿ: ಪರತರ:l
                ರಕ್ಷತೀತ್ಯೇವ ವಿಶ್ವಾಸಃ*


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