{"discuss":[{"ddate":"06-Feb-2013 03:18","dcontact":"srihari","dtext":"Srihari Namo Namo. Hanuman offers salutations to Sri Rama in his mind before he takes a big jump over the sea. The sea became turbulent, and the living beings within the sea came out. The trees on the Mahendra mountain were uprooted and the Mainaka mountain came out of the sea to offer him a resting place. As he moved on, the mother of the serpents, viz. Surasa, confronts him. He enters her belly and comes out. Then, Simhika, a demoness who used to drag persons by attacking their shadows, drags him. He destroyed her also. Finally, he lands on the Trikuta hill that surrounded the city of Lanka. Throughout the process of crossing the sea, he had considerably expanded his body. Now, he contracts it to as small as a cat. He finds Sita in Ashokavana under a Simshupa tree. He hands the ring given by Sri Rama to Sita. In return, Sita gives her Chudamani to Hanuman to give to Sri Rama.","dtags":"srikrishnarpana","darch":"0"},{"ddate":"07-Feb-2013 11:13","dcontact":"srihari","dtext":"This is Nandana Maga Masa Dwadasi. Testing things. Hope things are fine.","dtags":"Sriharivayu mahime","darch":"0"},{"ddate":"08-Feb-2013 01:47","dcontact":"srihari","dtext":"Before the birth of Madhva, when his parents had gone for a purchase in the market, a beggar climbed a dhvaja stambha (flag-post in front of a temple) and announced: "Bhagav\u0101n (Lord) V\u0101yu deva is going to take birth for the revival of Vedic dharma in P\u0101jaka k\u1e63etra to a couple." The prediction made by the beggar was discussed by the parents of Madhva till they reached home.","dtags":"Pajaka","darch":"0"},{"ddate":"08-Feb-2013 02:11","dcontact":"srihari","dtext":"Sri Madhwacharya was born in a village called Pajaka near Udupi. After serving with full bhakti for Lord Rama in Treta Yuga and Sri Krishna in Dwapara Yuga, Vayu devaru took avatara as Vasudeva as ordained by Shri Vedavyasa devaru came in to our land to save the satjanas from darkness caused by the illogical and irrelevant 21 bhasyas and mathas that were only prevalent at that time.","dtags":"Madhwanavamee","darch":"0"}]}