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Visakhapatnam, July 13 2005
According to Sri Vidya Trust founder, Amritananada Natha Sasarasti (N.P.Sastry) and the Kanakamahalakshmi Ammavari Devastanam Chairman, Vankayala Sanyasi Raju said a spiritual resort would be set up at Devipuram near Sabbavaram at a cost of Rs.10 crores.
The unique spiritual resort with the biggest Sri Chakra would be developed. Devipuram, which has the Sri Chakra temple of Goddess Rajarajeswari will be known as Manidweepam – a Maha Shakti peetham containing all the 51 Shakthi peethams in the world in the form of Devi’s body in an area of 2.5 lakh square feet. Prof. N.Prahalada Sastry who quit as a scientist in the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research to build the temple at Devipuram in 1983.
He said before constructing the temple, he had the vision of Devi several times to construct a temple at Devipuram and with Her guidance, he left the lucrative job and the temple was completed in 1994. He said that the trust has Rs.fifty lakhs and hoped that the devotees all over the world would raise funds for the Devotional Centre. He said that the resort would be completed by 2010 and the trust had spent nearly Rs.3 crores to transform Devipuram into an island of Jewel call Manidweepa.
He said that they would perform 54 Chandi yagnas and Suvasini puja from July 18 to 21. A lecture on Sri Vidya Deeksha will be delivered on July 18 followed by a discourse on ‘What is Sri Chakra’, on July 19, meditation with the Guruji on July 20 and poornahuti on Gurupoornima Day on July 21.
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