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Tirumala-Tirupati Navaratri Brahmotsavams – A glimpse of Day 3

Tirumala celebratedthe 3rd day of Navaratri Brahmotsavams with Lord Venkateshwara, who is also called as Lord Malayappa Swamy, on the SimhaVahanam on Sunday morning, 19th October, 2020.Adorned with antique jewellery and beautiful special floral garlands, Lord Balaji looked amazing on the Vahana. Later in the evening, Swami was organized in the MuthyapuPandiri inside the temple of Tirumala. The MuthyapuPandiri was decorated with milky white pearls and white-based flowers around and with colourful flowers in between.

Lord Malayappa was seated like a king on the Simha Vahana i.e. the Lion chariot. Lion is said to be the Narasimha avataram of Lord Vishnu, in which Lord Venkateshwara appeared so courageous. The milky white pearls on MuthyapuPandiriVahanam were expensive and Swami on the chariot denoted the significance of spreading peace, love and togetherness in the society.

After the seva was over, the SimhaVahanam and the MuthyapuPandiriVahanam were carried to the KalyanaMantapam, which is inside the Tirumala temple, and asusual, the religious formalities were accomplished by the temple priests under the surveillance of the TTD JeeyarSwamigal.

Look forward to more Navaratri Brahmotsavams special news on this space every day till the end of the Vaibhavam.

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