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You are commenting using your Facebook account. It is the ability to quote extempore and create a relativity of the philosophy threading the pearls of philosophy from different times and spaces that stuns the audience who watch him in awe and wonder with out batting an eyelid.

The texts he called upon by great saint authors like veda vyasa, telugu saint composer Pothana are all laden with substance at the same time in verse and metre form not forgetting the lyrical quality that almost sounds like music to the kishna.

Email required Address never made public. He has marvelous oratory skills. A veritable treat for all Krishna Bhaktas.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Infact the principal of the school shared that running the school has not been an easy feat for them.

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His oratorical skills and mastery over the language and texts is unparalleled. Notify me of new comments via email.

A veritable treat for all Krishna lovers – Sri Krishna Tatvam

Veda Brahmashri Samaveda Shanmukha Sarma was back in Bangalore to enthrall the discourse loving audience of Bangalore. At every moment I felt the presence of the Lord and the rolling tears did not cease. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.


Samaveda Shanmukha Sarma is a Vedic scholar of the highest order. kirshna

On a personal note I thank Radhakrishna for involving me in this project, letting me offer some seva by helping in organizing the event. He has Devi Kriwhna grace. The Lord and his consort tatvzm and attired stunningly were placed on the swing which was also very delicately and beautifully decorated.

Gratefulness and humble respects to this great messenger of the lord Samavedam Shanmukha Sarma, who with his marvelous storytelling technique and his ability to visually paint the divine story and philosophy of Sri Krishna transported us mortals to the world of Vaikuntha in these 9 days.

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Thank you Krishna — my heartfelt gratitude for this entire experience. If, just feeling his presence can be so very humbling and moving, should not every moment of our life feel like that with the presence of the lord in our soul and heart?

Every leela that he described— the vanquishing of the asuras who try to attach him, the damodar — leela, the kaliya mardhana leela, Govardhana leela, Govinda Pattabhishekam, Rukmini Kalyanam and Kuchelopakhyanam amongst others were painted like shining jewels in front of our eyes in series of visuals.


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The school has been doing the work of krisna and propagating the Vedas through the guru shishya parampara. The concluding day began with the Sri Krishna Rukmini Kalyanam in the Vedic style; the stage was decorated so beautifully that one felt the presence of the divine.

This 9 day lecture series is being organized by the Sreedevi Veda Vidyalayamu, Srisailam, some of whose trustees are from Bangalore and have endeavored to raise some funds for this Vedic school.

It is with the support and donations of many philanthropic people in Bangalore that they are running the institution.

The Kalyanam or marriage proceedings were conducted with devotion and every ceremony was executed just like in marriages conducted hatvam us, but the with divine intervention the entire ceremony looked like a dream, right from the mangala vadyam to the chanting of the mantras and the unique ceremonies like exchanging of garlands, the holding of the sacred curtain, the tying of the mangala sutra.