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Navabrindhavan Anegundi

After Hampi visit we reached Anegundi a small village .

Anjanadri hill is a small hillock in Anegundi ( the birth place of Lord Hanuman ). Nearby is a Durga mandir and Pampasarover a sacred pond opposite to it is a Goddess Mahalakshmi temple , Lord Ramar padham , seetha padham and Sabari padham are there in this temple .

Food and night halt was arranged in vaibhav guest house opposite to Raghavendra mutt .

Early morning we started to Navabrindavan ,which is the jeeva sammadhi of nine Madwa saints from Anegundi. It is a small island,can be reached by a ferry ride . Our tour organizer had arranged for abhishegam so by 7 am we were ready and in a motor boat we reached Navabrindhavan enjoying the scenic beauty on the banks of Tungabhadra river .

The nine Madwa saints names are

  1. Padmanabha theerthar
  2. Kavindra theerthar
  3. Vyasa theerthar
  4. Vyasaraja theerthar
  5. Rama theerthar
  6. Raghu or Jaya theerthar
  7. Srinivasa theerthar
  8. Sudhindhar theerthar
  9. Govinda theerthar

Along with these saints jeeva sammadhi there is a Lord Anjineyar temple and a Sriranganathar temple .

The other side of the nava brindhavan is a Lord Hanuman temple named avatara Hanuman . The idol face is like a Hanuman ,body like Bheeman in yoga pose with a script and pen in his hand of Madwacharya .

Pooja rituals were done by this time we lighted the lamps and came nine rounds around the nine jeeva sammadhis (without crossing the yellow line drawn). No one is allowed inside the caution line it’s better to go in traditional dress both men and women .

Slogan:
Padmanabham kavindracha vyakeesam vyasarajakam raghuvaryam srinivasam rama theertham thathavacha
Sri sudhindracha govindham nava brindhavanam bhaje bhajeThis slogan has all the nine madwa saints names .

Do visit this calm serene n divine Navabrindhavan your wishes and dreams will become true as I have experienced myself.

Lord Ramar and Seetha padham
Sabari padham
In front of Mahalakshmi temple
Pampasarover
Durga mandir
Early morning ferry ride to Navabrindavan
Anjineyar temple in Navabrindhavan
Sriranganathar temple in Navabrindhavan
Avatara Hanuman temple in Navabrindhavan
This is how the idol looks of avatara Hanuman
NAVABRINDHAVAN
Sri Raghavendra swamy mutt in Anegundi
Sriranganathar temple Anegundi
Sriranganathar temple Anegundi

There is a Ranganathar temple too in Anegundi we worshipped there too and left to Mantralayam.

That’s how our day 2 at Hampi ended.

Published by Ranjini Madhavan

Iam a homemaker who like to travel to spiritual places and like to share my spiritual tours , pictures and my personal tour experiences .Though am not expressive to put it in words thought it would be easy for others who likes to travel these places so that they may know what all places to be covered and a sweet memories for myself.

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