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The Sultan was bewildered at the presence of these charming but strange youngsters in his inner quarters at late night irrespective of tight security.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Legendary stories inform that once he visited Bhadrachalam for a Jatara fair and was disturbed by the dilapidated state of the temple there.
The songs end in a state of total and unconditional surrender to the will of the Almighty. In spite of its significance, the temple was utterly neglected.
RAMADASU – Sri Nedunuri garu- 108 KEERTHANALU
His wife, used to Ramadasu’s daily dreams of going to Vaikunta, did not take his request seriously and told him that she will accompany him later. On the th day, enraged that the Lord did not appear, he broke the lingam into several pieces, upon which the Lord appeared and made the Sultan realize his mistake.
The Sultan was thus convinced that what had happened was a miracle of Lord Sri Rama. Ramadasu ascended the chariot and amidst chantings from the crowd left for Vaikunta. Since then, it has been the royal custom of the Hyderabad State now part of Telangana State to send gifts to the temple on the occasion of Sree Rama navami celebrations every year.
The receipt was shown to the jailer who released Gopanna that very same night. So, Ramadasu started to raise funds for the renovation and reconstruction of the temple. The story continues that soon after the reconstruction, his miseries started. Lord Rama and Lakshmanadisguised as two young warriors, entered the bed-chambers of Sultan Tana Shah in the middle of the night.
Wailing at her mistake and questioning as to what do without her husband, a voice emanating from a nearby murti of Lord Sri Rama proclaimed that Ramadasu had attained salvation which is why he had departed for Vaikunta. Even the doyen of South Indian classical music Saint Tyagaraja learned his musical compositions.
RAMADASU – NKM – KEERTHANALU by Bhadrachala Ramadasu | Free Listening on SoundCloud
He returned the entire money to the Bhadrachalam Temple. He lived in the village of Nelakondapalli near BhadrachalamTelangana during the 16th century and is renowned for constructing a famous temple for Lord Sri Rama at Bhadrachalam. Lord Rama is said to have stayed near the Parnasala there with Sita and Lakshmana during his exile and also to have visited Shabari near Bhadrachalam although it is believed that Shabari used to live near Kishkindhathe kingdom of Vanaras in Ramayana which is believed to be bhadrachaala Hampi.
Ramadas implores Rama through many emotional keefthanalu that were popularized from the stanzas of ‘Dasaradhi Sathakam ‘ and ‘Keertanas’ of Bhakta Ramadasa. So the Sultan began performing the abhisekham but erroneously did it for days thinking that he had completed days. Bhadrachalam was significant to devotees of Rama for many reasons. Excitedly, he told his bhadrrachala that he was leaving and asked her to accompany him.
As punishment, the Lord said that the Sultan, in his next birth, will be born as a non-follower; but, as a reward for his having performed puja for days, Lord Rama himself will appear before him.
The legend and common belief goes that after eleven to twelve years of imprisonment, Lord Rama decided that his devotee’s suffering had reached its pre-ordained ending because of a certain transgression his soul had committed in a previous birth. The Sultan, in his previous birth, was a devout follower of Lord Shiva and had promised to perform Rudra abhisekham to Lord Shiva for days after which he was convinced that Lord Shiva would appear before him.
As such, Ramadas finished the reconstruction of the temple with six hundred thousand rupees collected from land revenues – without the permission of the Abul Hasan Qutb Shah.
He was dismissed from his job by his enemies who spread a lot of fake news. After he emptied his coffers and could raise no more money, the villagers appealed him to spend his revenue collections for the reconstruction and promised badrachala repay the amount after harvesting crops.
Hearing the commotion, his wife came out of the house only to see that her husband had already left.