Bhakta Ramadasu and his wonderful Keerthanas helped to spread the Bhakthi Movement in Andhra in the 17th century and influenced Sri Thyagaraja (18th century) who refers to him in one of his songs. I have started a page for Ramadasu today.
Bhadrachalam is the alternate route to the Nasik route that Sri Rama may have taken when travelling South. At this time I cannot judge which is the Real Panchavati, but both of the places are divine. It is possible that other places will show up too as I study. There is LePakshi where Sri Rama raised Jataayu and a place near Brahmagiri, Chitradurga where he was given a burial.
…. in other news… google auto translate is being used to translate my initial work on Satya Veda into Dutch, Slovak and other European languages and Hanuman into Hindi and some Asian Languages…. that is very motivating.. though I fear the translations may wildly off the mark….
… I have also noticed that 13 students? are visiting Ancient Indians 1 page a day.., coming from the wikipedia link.
…. and that this is the first link that google fetches if you search for ancient indians…. so my regular “encouragers” will have cause to celebrate with me.
…. I have also begun to add images slowly and I like the image that I got for Indra.
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