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Sir.M. Visvesvaraya shares a miracle of Lord Balaji with Panditji! The first ghat road on the holy hill of Tirumala was laid during the British period before independence in the year 1944. It’s construction was done by the reputed contractor Ganon and Dunkly and legendary engineer Mokashagundam Visvesvaraya lent his know-how for the construction of the first ghat road. Previously many people came and assessed the nature of work to be done and declared it is not possible to lay road at one specific place between two hills. Even few foreign firms came and declared it was not feasible to lay road between two hills. The problem was there was a big valley that could not be filled as the cavity...
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An understanding between Panditji & Lord Venkatachalapathi! This strange incident happened in the eighties. Two people from Malaysia who had booked an appointment with Panditji through a local person arrived to meet him. The Numerology Consultation, started at 10 A.M., concluded only at 2 P.M. After this, panditji inquired about their further plans in Madras. To this, they replied saying that they had come only for a one day visit to consult Panditji and that they had planned on making a quick visit to Tirupati if the consultation got over by 1 pm. They had to be at the airport by 8.30 A.M the next morning for their flight. As the time was 2 P.M already, they thought that getting back to madras...
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A Great Soul is Remembered Forever! During his first visit to Ceylon in the year 1951, Pandit sethuraman was invited as a special guest to the parliament. First, he was served the world famous Ceylon Tea. Panditji did not taste the same. One member said Panditji that, this tea is the “Pride of their Country”. Please have it while it is hot. Panditji replied him saying, what looks like tea for you, looks like the blood of our ancestors who played a major role in clearing the forest and making it a cultivable area. This wonderful tea was the best outcome of bloodshed by our ancestral Tamil community. Hearing Panditji’s fiery speech, one M.P pointed that Panditji’s words could stir up...
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