Tapta Mudradharana held at Udupi Sri Krishna Matha

 Tapta Mudradharana held at Udupi Sri Krishna Matha
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Udupi, July 10, 2022: ‘Tapta Mudradharana,’ was held at Udupi Sri Krishna Matha on the occasion of ‘Deva Shayani Ekadashi,’ today.

Tapta Mudradharana is a ritual where Shankha and Chakra symbols, the weapons of Sri Vishnu, are stamped on the body of the devotees. This is done twice a year- on Devashayani Ekadashi and Devaprabodhini Ekadashi (during Deepavali).

Swamijis of Madhva Matha hold Mudradharana on this day in various places of the district and outside including Bengaluru and Mysuru. 

After Sudarshana Homa was offered by Paryaya Matha chief priest Srinivasa Upadhyaya, Paryaya Peetadhipathi Sri Vidyasagara Tirtha Sripadaru stamped the Shankha and Chakra Mudras on the arms of the devotees. Sri Vidyavallabha Tirtha Sripadaru of Kaniyoor Matha, Sri Eshapriya Tirtha Sripadaru of Adamaru Matha, and Sri Vedavardhana Tirtha Sripadaru of Shirooru matha also participated.

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