Gods and Goddess have taken various avatars in order to protect the entire universe. Each and every avatar was taken in order to serve some purpose to the people. Among the various avatars of the deities, Lord Vishnu has taken nine avatars, and the avatars were considered as very sacred and important.
And Lord Hanuman is an avatar of Lord Shiva, and it is believed, that he still resides in a cave at the Holy mountain Himalayas, by chanting the Rama Mantra “JAI SRIRAM”, for the wellbeing of the people. The avatars, also teaches us the proper way of living, and the do’s and don’ts to be followed in our everyday life.
Apart from avatars of the Lord, their AMSHAS (features) are also incarnated in this earth and done goodness to the devotees. AMSHAS are also considered as the supreme manifestations of the god, and they are considered as our SAVIOURS, who were born as the Holy Saints and Holy Gurus. Lot of saviours were protected us and still protecting us from the dangers and difficulties.
Some of the divine AMSHAS were Sri Raghavendra Swamy, who was the supreme Avatar of Lord Sangukarna, an AMSHA of Lord Brahma Dev, and Shirdi Sai Baba, was an AMSHA of Lord Dattatreya, and Sri Ramakrishna who was also known as Gadadara, was an AMSHA of Lord Vishnu. Adisankara and Madhwacharya were also the divine AMSHAS of Lord Shiva and Lord Vayu Deva respectively.
Sri Ramanuja was the incarnation of Adisesha, and he had incarnated to spread the importance of Vaishnavism, as well as to provide proper teaching to us, in order to attain SALVATION. These Holy Saints are putting their full of efforts to remove our sins, and gives us a new life. And they are also recommending to the god on our behalf to reduce our difficulties to certain extent. They are protecting us from our enemies and come with us in our every walk of life. The only thing which we have to do is to keep on praying them, in order to get their blessings.
Let us worship the divine AMSHAS and AVATARS and be blessed.
“OM SRI RAGHAVENDRAYA NAMAHA”
“OM SRI SAINATH MAHARAJ KI JAI”
“OM SRI RAMAKRISHNA PARAMAHAMSARE NAMAHA”