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Prasannanjaneya Incarnation of Hanuman – Prasanna Anjaneya

Prasannanjaneya is an incarnation of Hanuman. Parashara Agama Samhita text mentions about the nine avatars of Hanuman. In that the first avatar is that of Prasanna Anjaneya. As per the Parashara Agama Samhita, Hanuman as the devotee of Sri Ram is the ninth incarnation.

The concept of Prasanna Anjaneya murti is more popular in Andhra Pradesh.
This incarnation of Hanuman is a pleasant form.
There is a popular belief that worship of Prasannanjaneya murti helps in solving issues related to children. Those couples who have no children are blessed with children after worship of Prasanna Anjaneya. Health of the children also improves after Prasannanjaneya worship.
Most popular temples dedicated to Prasannanjaneya are found in Andhra Pradesh. Today, most temples offer worship to Prasannanjaneya as a devotee of Sri Ram. It is Hanuman based on Ramayana that is worshiped as Prasannanjaneya. Parashara Agama Samhita is today purely followed for performing pujas and vrats.

Ghati Subramanya Temple Timings in Karnataka

GhatiSubramanyaTemple is a famous temple dedicated to Hindu God Subramanya in Dodda Ballapu near Bangalore. The detail temple timings are given below. The temple observes special timings on Sashti days.
General daily temple timing is: 6:30 AM to 8:30 PM
Jathra Day Time: 3:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Kumara Shashti day the timing is from: 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Words of Wisdom – Anger only causes damage – Goda Venkateswara Sastrigal

Anger comes from desire and has many unpleasant consequences. When what we ardently desire remains out of reach, we are angry with those around us. We are sometimes angry with ourselves, or even with God. We take it out on anyone who is unfortunate to come into contact with us at the time.

Our words and gestures indicate how angry we are, and our anger is evident even in our eyes and the way in which our lips twitch. Thus we reveal our agitated frame of mind.
Once the anger has passed, we may forget the words we used to abuse others, but the recipient of the abuse remembers and remains hurt.
The consequences of anger are long lasting.
It takes us just a second to throw a stone into a bucket of water, but the ripples that this sets off, take awhile to settle. In the same way, it is easy to lose one’s temper in a second, but the consequences last for a long time.
How do we control anger?
This takes practice. If we give ourselves time, any angry feeling that we have, will eventually s…