This next one is from Chenna Kesava Satakam: His daily and life time activities reflected the same. The question to ask is this: For Annamacharya, each of these deities represented none other than Lord Venkateswara. The vast repository of compositions and the embedded love for God in those compositions stands as a testimony to his inexhaustible devotion. It is hard to find a more befitting description about Annamacharya.
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Chaalada harinaama saukyamrutamu tamaku is one such composition that describes this theme very eloquently. He lived to be Daily Routine Is it hard to imagine the daily routine of a composer who composed at least one song each day of his life?
You may listen to this song chrta the control below: Annamacharya 16 — Tallapaka Family. The second most number of compositions for a deity, after Venkateswara and His consort Alimelumanga, is reserved for Lord Krishna. I am sure many of us have inerasable memories of having learnt this from our parents.
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From the available compositions there is not an iota of evidence that the composer was ever tired of writing a new verse every day. Social Outlook A devotee, whose entire day is occupied in meditating upon the Lord and singing His glory, sees nothing but God in everything and everyone.
Vinnapalu vinavale vinta vintalu is one of the compositions to wake Him up to listen to different strange appeals petitioned by the devotees.
Of these, Dwipada Ramayanam and Venkatachala Mahatyam are not available. Many school children in Andhra Pradesh are familiar with two poems that came directly from these satakams. You may listen to this composition using the following control: He had his mind set on the Lord of the temple hills and for him nothing else mattered. There are several compositions of Annamacharya that reflects his attitude towards life and its vane pursuits, but this haunting melody summarizes his outlook on life.
All the wealth and land acquired in his life time was donated for the temple activities. He led his entire life singing the glory of Lord Venkateswara and in deep meditation on the Lord and His various forms. His innumerable compositions spoke about nothing but the glory of the Lord.
He treated God as his own and exhibited his devotion of all nine forms discussed earlier. Annamacharya 15 — Inexhaustible Devotion by Sahadev Komaragiri. This first one is from Chsta Krishna Satakam: The omniscient God lives in all in equal measure.
Chetha Venna Mudha | Telugu | Rhymes for children | HD
A devotee, whose entire day is occupied in meditating upon the Vennaa and singing His glory, sees nothing but God in everything and everyone. There is no doubt that his mind cannot think of anyone but Lord Venkateswara.
Dhanyosmi………………om namo mudd Reply. This is evident not only from his vast number of compositions, but also in his literary works, his daily routine, his philosophy, his social outlook, and how he surrendered his entire life to Him.
Unfortunately out of of these poems only 6 are available. The most popular of his social compositions is as relevant to all of us now as it was during his time.
Chetha Venna Mudha | Telugu | Rhymes for children | HD – Dailymotion Video
The question to ask is this: In spite of being single mindedly dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, Annamacharya composed songs on several other deities. His daily and life time activities reflected the same. Annamacharya has at least one composition to describe several aspects of the daily routine of a devotee of Lord Venkateswara. This is the fifteenth article in my series of articles on Annamacharya. For Annamacharya, each of these deities represented none other than Lord Venkateswara.
His devotion is impossible to discern without getting completely absorbed in his compositions and experience what he experienced. Is it hard to imagine the daily routine of a composer who composed at least one song each day of his life?