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Chilkur Balaji Temple Vak Book


Chilkur Balaji Temple VAK Book




Chilkur Balaji Temple, also known as Visa Balaji Temple, is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, located on the banks of Osman Sagar in Rangareddy District, Telangana. The temple is famous for its unique tradition of devotees making 11 and 108 circumambulations around the sanctum sanctorum to fulfill their wishes, especially related to visa and travel. The temple is also one of the few temples in India that does not accept any money or donations from the devotees and does not have any privileges for VIPs.


VAK, which stands for Voice of Temples, is a monthly magazine run by the trustee of Chilkur Balaji Temple, Dr. M.V. Soundararajan, and his son, R. Renganathan. The magazine was launched in 2009 with the aim of spreading awareness about the heritage and culture of Hindu temples and fighting for the rights and welfare of temple priests. The magazine also covers various topics related to spirituality, astrology, epigraphy, archaeology, history, art, architecture, and conservation. The magazine has a circulation of about 50,000 copies and is distributed across India and abroad.


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The VAK book is a compilation of the best articles published in the VAK magazine over the years. The book contains more than 300 articles written by eminent scholars, researchers, activists, and enthusiasts on various aspects of Hindu temples and their significance. The book also features rare photographs and illustrations of temples and their architecture. The book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about the rich and diverse heritage of Hindu temples and their role in preserving the culture and identity of India.


The VAK book can be purchased online from the official website of Chilkur Balaji Temple or from Amazon. The book is priced at Rs. 999/- (excluding shipping charges) and has 600 pages. The book is available in both English and Telugu languages. The book is a must-read for anyone who wants to explore the fascinating world of Hindu temples and their history.


References:



  • : Chilkoor Balaji Temple - Wikipedia



  • : Chilkur Balaji Temple Official Website



  • : Telangana / Hyderabad News : Autonomy granted to Chilkur Balaji temple - The Hindu



  • : VAK Magazine Conserve Heritage



  • : VAK Book - Amazon.in




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