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Narayana Teertha remembered

264th aradhana of Narayana Teertha was observed with devotional fervour.

Sri Narayana Teertha Trust of Kaja, situated 15 kms away from Vijayawada, the birth place of St. Narayana Teertha recently celebrated his 264th aradhana with day long events. As a part of the celebrations, guru pooja, morning worship, sahasranama cha nting, vedic renditions and tarangam singing with the saint’s portrait were conducted. Besides, bhajan troupes from various parts of the State rendered t arangams with devotional fervour. A tarangam concert rendered by the Malladi team (Suribabu and his two sons Sriram Prasad and Ravi Kumar) delighted the audience. They rendered Narayana Teertha’s tarangams. They were accompanied by P. Nandakumar on the violin and M.L.N. Raju on the mridangam. There was also traditional taranga presentation by specialist in taranga singing G.Sampatkumar.

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