Datta Chalisa In Telugu.pdf
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Datta Mandir, Markapur East India
A Mandir (God’s house) has been formed in the heart of the land of Bharatvarsha (India) by the efforts of countless brahmanas (Rishis) and great devotees through the grace of Sree Dattatreya Swamiji (Guru). It is in the form of the image of Sree Dattatreya Swamiji, and is under the guidance of the guru. The Datta Mandir, Markapur, a temple now, was constructed for the welfare of our ancestors and the benefit of future generations. For this purpose, Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass is making a unique contribution of this mandir in the year 2006.
Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, fully appreciates the importance of chanting the Datta Chalisa in the name of the Dattatreya Swamiji. The translation of Datta Chalisa, by Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, for this mandir, is going to be unique.
This mandir was constructed by Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, with due regard to the situation of Telugu, as only Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass in the year 2006 has gathered this knowledge (Hanuman Chalisa in Telugu) to translate to Kannada.
This mandir has been constructed with due regard to the English translations, as well as according to the Telugu translations. For this mandir, Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass has made sincere efforts. The effort of Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, will be the most unique contribution for the mandir.
The constructed Datta Mandir at Markapur East, is the biggest mandir in this area.
The architect of this mandir is Sree Datta Swamiji.
Sree Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass is constructing this mandir for the benefit of our ancestors and the benefit of future generations.
This mandir has been named “Datta Mandir” in the heart of the land of Bharatvarsha.
It has the image of Dattatreya Swamiji and with with his blessings, this mandir has been constructed in the shape of the image of Dattatreya Swamiji.
The Team of Datta Mandir consists of
1. Sree Datta Dwamraj Dass, Sree Gopal.
2. Sree Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, Sree Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, the President of Datta Mandir.
3. Sree Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, Sree Sreeguru Datta Dwamraj Dass, the Chief Architect of Datta Mandir.
hanuman chalisa consists of forty-three verses two introductory dohas, forty chaupais and one doha in the end. the first introductory doha begins with the word shr, which refers to shiva, who is considered the guru of hanuman. the auspicious form, knowledge, virtues, powers and bravery of hanuman are described in the first ten chaupais. chaupais eleven to twenty describe the acts of hanuman in his service to ram, with the eleventh to fifteenth chaupais describing the role of hanuman in bringing back lakshman to consciousness. from the twenty-first chaupai, sri tulsidas describes the need of hanuman’s kripa. at the end, sri tulsidas greets lord hanuman with subtle devotion and requests him to reside in his heart and in the heart of all devotees. the concluding doha again requests hanuman to reside in the heart, along with ram, lakshman and sita. sri ram jaya ram jaya siyaram rama mantra gives immense energy and spiritual energy if chanted at any of the below places. his holiness sri swamiji has bestowed a boon that chanting at these places would multiply the japa count by 100 times. 1. in a hanuman temple 2. near a parijata tree 3. in kadali vanam (group of banana trees) 4. on a hill top 5. near a river 6. near an ocean per sri swamiji’s sankalpa, every one should chant sri ram jaya ram jaya siya ram before doing anagha vrata and before doing hanuman chalisa parayana.
as instructed by great saints in lord dattatreya sampradaaya, our main motto is 1.swashe swashe datta nama smaraatman(to live in the rememberance of dattagurus existence in every breath) and 2.paraspara devo bhava (invoke the divine unto one another). the only driving force has been our wish to propagate the glory of lord dattatreya. let your hands give a hand to his sanctuous work. move your feet towards his blessed abode. with subtle devotion and request parayana. ram, sita, lakshmi, and sita. ram. sita, and lakshmi. lakshmi.ram.