Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar

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Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar
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Born (1965-01-01) January 1, 1965 (age 56)
Jogannapalem
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
Occupation
  • Public speaker
  • scholar
Known forDiscourses on Hinduism
AwardsDatta Peetham Award

Tribhaasha Mahasahasraavadhaani Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar is an Indian Public speaker and a scholar known for his discourses on Hinduism. He has completed more than 1225 Ashtaavadhaanams., 11 Sataavadhanams, and 6 Dual Avadhaanams.

He is one of the few people who has given discourses on all 18 Puranas(Astadasa puranams), other than the epics Ramayana and Mahabharatha. He is the Pranava Peethaadhipathi of Pranava Peetham, Eluru.

Tribhasha Mahasahasravadhani Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar is an Indian Public speaker known for his discourses on Hinduism. He is also called Abinava Sukha by Sri Sri Sri Ganapati Sachidananda Swamiji is an Indian scholar discourses on all Ashtadasa puranas, Bhagavatams, Ramayana, Mahabharata and many other topics related to Hindu scriptures. He is also known for giving correct answers from scriptures in "Dharma sandehalu" program TV programs (Bhakti TV/Doordarshan). He completed more than 1225 Ashtaavadhanams, 11 Sataavadhanams, and 6 Duet Avadhaanams so far.

He is also known for his non-stop performance of Poetry Recitation-756 poems in 207 minutes and 107 poems in 90 minutes. He visits several places all around the world and discourses on Hindu scriptures. Guru Vaddiparti Padmakar is well aware of pilgrim places which are mentioned in Puranas that are not known to many people and he blesses his disciples/sishyas by showing those places to them every year. He appears regularly on TV shows like Bhakti TV, CVR OM, SVBC TTD etc.

Early life

Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar was born on January 1, 1965 in Jogannapalem, West Godavari District to Vaddiparthi Chalapathirao and Seshamani.

Religious discourses

Vaddiparti Padmakar garu regularly gives religious discourses on various Hindu epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata, and various Puranas. He is also known for giving correct answers from scriptures in "Dharma sandehalu" program TV programs (Bhakti TV/Doordarshan). He completed more than 1225 Ashtaavadhanams, 11 Sataavadhanams, and 6 Duet Avadhaanams so far.

Awards and honours

Datta Peetham Award

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