When I Saw Tirupati Balaji

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Gyan Publishing House, 2008 - 333 pages
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The book provides personal account and experiences of the author who visited devasthanam. They should worke interest and devision among the reades and reverance of the deity. The book deals with eternal questions like Is there God? If there is, how does He look? Have you seen Him? Or the seekers of truth who ask, How much of faith one should repose in God to earn His Support for Human endeavors? This book, perhaps has answers for such question.
 

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wonderful book and the narration was absolutely fantastic and will make you fly out in a new world of divine thing which will in turn make you believe the fact that the whole world and the acts which we do perform is only because of the god.Seriously every incident will inspire you a lot. i can recommend it's worth reading.can't find more than 5 stars to rate this worth of 100 stars rating.wonderful book and worth of reading.Om namo venkatesaya 

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Undoubtedly one of the best books I read in my life. The perception of Prasad Garu as a EO at tirumala and also his personal experience with Lord balaji, very well narrated. The simplicity with which he described the fact " naham karta harih karta" is the message in this book. I enjoyed and absorbed it fully. Om namo Venkatesaya.  

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Contents

Humble Offering
11
Narrow Namam
197
PrasadDownDown
205
Experience in Darkness
215
When I Pleaded Guilty
219
Naham Karta Harih Karta
233
Vows and Woes
247
Operation Rescue by Mystery Couple Strange
253
Agony and Ecstasy
259
NO Crime and Punishment
271
Marriages are Still Made in Heaven
285
The Invisible Hand that Guides
301
Index
319
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