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Sri Sankara Matrimony is the vertical of Sri Sankara TV. Sri Sankara Matrimony has successfully organized Mega Matrimony Meet in Bengaluru, Chennai, Trichy, Mumbai, Mysuru and Ernakulam. More than 3,000 alliances have been finalized through this platform. The organizing of such an event assumes significance in the wake of modernization …

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Naidu Matrimony Meet on April 24th- 2016

Naidu Matrimony

The concept of Marriage among Naidu community has become a complex affair, due to disintegration of joint families, globalization and other reasons. Finding a bride and groom is becoming a challenge to counter to both the parents and marriage seekers. The Naidu Matrimony Meet organized by Sri Sankara Matrimony & …

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Sri Sankara Matrimony Third Anniversary

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THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF SRI SANKARA MATRIMONY With a sense of pride and satisfaction we would like to inform all our members and viewers that Sri Sankara Matrimony has successfully completed 3 years today. From a modest beginning we have achieved tremendous growth and built an eminent goodwill among our customers …

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Ezhavas – Origin, Occupation and Matrimony

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The Ezhavas form the largest group among Hindu communities in Kerala. They are also one of the major communities of the state. Ezhavas are considered to be descendants of Villavar; the founders of ancient Dravidian Chera Dynasty, who once ruled parts of southern India. In Malabar they are called Thiyya, …

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Some Important Facts of Lord Sri Venkateswara – Tirupati


The Garbha Griha or sanctum is where the main idol of Lord Sri Venkateshwara resides. The idol stands majestically in the Garbha Griha, directly beneath a gilt dome called the Ananda Nilaya Divya Vimana. This exquisitely-wrought idol called the Mulaberam, is believed to be self-manifested, as there has been no …

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Differences between Adwaita and Dwaita


Adwaita which advocates non-dualism states that there are no two separate entities as Jeevatma or Paramaatma. There is only one indivisible paramaatma. Adwaita philosophy believes that there is only one entity (God) that is truly existing and all other variations (whether sentient or non-sentient) we see are our perceptions which …

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