Belthangady, Jan 13 ,2016: Sri Vishweshateertha Swamiji of Pejawar Math said that dropping box will be installed in front of Sri Krishna Math in Udupi, will help devotees to come out of tribulations they face.
Whoever wants to get rid of the consumption of tobacco, smoking, drinking etc, are able to write down such habits in piece of paper and slip in to drop boxes. He said while delivering benedictory address at Amruthavarshini Hall of Dharmasthala after accepting the felicitation offered to him on behalf of Sri Manjunatheshwara temple establishment at Dharmasthala on Tuesday January 12.
With the grace of the lord, corruption can be erupted in the country. Meanwhile Addiction and corruption have grown and turned in to one of the major problem that country is facing .Lord Eshwara, who turned Kama into ashes by turning his sight at him, consumed the poison, ’Halahala’ which was threatening to burn down the entire world, and taught the world to have concern about each other, can alone bless us to free ourselves from pollutants and perverted thinking processes of people. Lord Vishnu and Lord Manjunatha live in each other’s hearts," he added.
He added that Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari, Dr D Veerendra Heggade, has been providing guidance to see that the Pejawar Paryaya is organized on a grand scale. People throng Dharmasthala to get inspiration from Heggade and also to earn the blessings of Lord Manjunatha. Heggade has developed this temple in such a way that is awe-inspiring to the devotees who come all over from the state, he explained.
Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari, Dr D Veerendra Heggade, in his address, said that Dharmasthala and Udupi have always had a close relationship, this fusion between two different temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna is meant to exhibit unity between gods and not to showcase any differences, he added.
Sri Mohandas Swamiji of Manila Sridhama, Hemavathi Heggade, D Harshendra Kumar, Supriya Harshendra Kumar, and Dakshina Kannada district president of Kannada Sahitya Parishad, Pradeep Kumar Kalkura, were present.
Lecturer, Dr Sridhar Bhat, hosted the programme. The Swamiji was taken in an attractive procession on this occasion.