Vaddiparti Padmakar

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Born (1966-01-01) January 1, 1966 (age 55)
Jogannapalem, West Godavari
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
OccupationLeader
Notable work
Kalakinkinulu, Sri Sathyasai Saptastuthi, Sri Neelakanteswara Satakam,
Spouse(s)Rangaveni Garu
ChildrenSrikari , Srividya
Parents
  • Vaddiparti Chalapathi Rao Garu (father)
  • Seshamani Garu (mother)
Websitesrivaddipartipadmakar.org

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.[1], 11 Sataavadhanams, and 6 Duel Avadhaanams [2]

Brahmasri Vaddiparthi Padmakar garu wrote "Maanava katha" book which contains nine stories directly told by Laxmi Devi to a Sage. The tenets Sanatana Dharma are easily explained through these stories. The book was launched on March 31, 2019 at Sri Sharada Parameswari Devasthanam, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.

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

Early life

Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar was born on January 1, 1966 in Jogannapalem, West Godavari District to Vaddiparthi Chalapathirao and Seshamani. He completed his Master of Arts in Telugu and Sanskrit. After completing his Bachelor of Education training, he joined as a Telugu Lecturer at Sir C.R. Reddy Educational Institutions and worked there from 1993 to 2004.

Religious discourses

Vaddiparti Padmakar garu regularly gives religious discourses on various Hindu epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata, and various Puranas.[3]

He is known for giving answers to many questions related to Sanaathana Dharma out of his in-depth knowledge of the scriptures in various TV programs, for eg., "Dharma sandehalu" program in TV channels such as Bhakthi TV, SVBC TV, Telugu OM TV. [4]

Awards and honours

1. Datta Peetha Awards

References

  1. "Vaddiparti Padmakar Avadhanam". thehindu. 25 June 2015. Retrieved 25 June 2015.
  2. "Ashtavadhanam by Brahmasri Vaddiparti Padmakar". youtube. 18 December 2019. Retrieved 18 December 2019.
  3. "Vaddiparti Padmakar Purana Pravachanalu". pravachanam. 31 October 2016. Retrieved 31 October 2016.
  4. "Vaddiparti Padmakar Garu Dharma sandehalu". Youtube. 12 Feb 2011. Retrieved 12 Feb 2011.

External links

Official website

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