The Venkatesh manifestation of Lord Vishnu is one of the most important Hindu deities in the Southern States of India. Known as Venkateswara or Balaji, he is the presiding deity of the world famous Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupati. The Tirupati Balaji Temple is easily among the most visited religious shrines in the world, which is a great pointer about the beneficial experiences of countless devotees.
It is a widespread belief amongst a large section of Vishnu devotees, especially in South India that the worship of the Shri Venkateswara form of Vishnu is the most fruitful and beneficial way to seek the blessings of Vishnu. This form of Vishnu is also connected to the prevailing age of Kali Yuga and possibly to Kalki Avatar, the 10th and last of the Avatars of Lord Vishnu, who according to some interpretations of Hindu Kali Yuga Prophecies is believed to manifest somewhere in the Southern parts of India.
The meaning of the Venkateswara Meditation Mantra is “I bow before the Venkateswara Rupi Vishnu”.
As per my study of the scriptures the Mantra will start become most beneficial and vibrant after the devotee completes 600,000 Mantra Chants. I would also advise against using a Counting Rosary, as it is not essential to keep a track of the number of Mantra Chants.
|Simple Meditation Mantra of Venkateswara|
Readers will notice two Mantras in the image included in this post, which is essentially the two ways to write the same Mantra, however the pronunciation of both is the same.