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Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani
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Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani
Personal
Born
Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani

(1952-04-05) 5 April 1952 (age 67)
ReligionHinduism
SpouseAnnapurna
ChildrenVidya Kamesh, Jyotsna Srikanth, Madhuri Ananth
Parents
  • Dhulipala Surya Prakash Rao (father)
  • Dhulipala Lakshmi Narasimha (mother)
PhilosophySanathana Dharmam
Religious career
Literary worksSuvarna Dhaara Strotram, Sri Dhariyamu, Sri Vibhuthulu, Lalitha Vaibhavamu, Veda Matha Gayathri, Chandho Dharpanamu, Aprasidandhra Laksana Grandhamulu, Sri Kaalasthuthi - Kalidasu, Sri Subramanya Charithra
HonorsAbhinava Vaalmiki, Pravachana Rajahamsa, Abhinava Mallinaadha, Padhya Kalaathapasvi, Avhadhaani Pracharya, Kavitha Rajahamsa, Aadhyaathmika Rathna, Avadhaana Desika

Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani is a Hindu discourse speaker known for his discourses in Sanatana Dharma. His discourses are broadcast nationally on religious television channels such as Samskruthi TV, Bhakti TV, SVBC, Rayudu TV, and ETV.[1] He was bestowed with various titles such as Abhinava Vaalmiki, Pravachana Rajahamsa, Abhinava Mallinaadha, Padhya Kalaathapasvi, Avhadhaani Pracharya, Kavitha Rajahamsa, Aadhyaathmika Rathna, Avadhaana Desika.[2]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani, was born on April 5th, 1952 to Dhulipala Surya Prakash Rao (Father), Dhulipala Lakshmi Narasimha (Mother) at Vijayawada Masakapalli, East Godavari District.[2]

Career[edit | edit source]

After he finished his degree and Ph.D. from University of Telugu, Due to scoring first place overall throughout his whole entire college, he automatically received a job.[2] He has also invented a new form of Ashtaavadhanam called Gantavadhanam.[2] As mentioned before, Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani has taught his discourses on many nationally cast television channels.[3][2] For example; he taught around 50 discourses on Samskruthi TV around 30-40 episodes on Bhakti TV, he taught around 60 discourses such as the Dasarathi Satakam and Srinivasa Kalyanam on the SVBC channel, he has also taught his popular discourses in Rayudu TV, and ETV.[4][5][6][7][2] He was also the first person to train women to perform Ashtavadhanam.[8][9][10] As of now, he is a passionate author of more than 10 books, such as; Suvarna Dhaara Strotram, Sri Dhariyamu, Sri Vibhuthulu, Lalitha Vaibhavamu, Veda Matha Gayathri, Chandho Dharpanamu, Aprasidandhra Lakshana Grandhamulu, Sri Kaalasthuthi - Kalidasu, Sri Subramanya Charithra.[2]

Family[edit | edit source]

Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani was born on April 5th, 1952 to Dhulipala Surya Prakash Rao (Father), Dhulipala Lakshmi Narasimha (Mother). He was married to Dhulipala Annapurna in 1975 He has three children; Vidya Kamesh (completed an MCA), Jyotsna Srikanth (completed a B-Tech and MCA), and Madhuri Ananth (completed a B-Tech).

Religious discourses[edit | edit source]

Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani frequently gives discourses about topics such as;

References[edit | edit source]

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  1. "Bhakthi TV Koti Deepothsavam - Sri Dhulipala Mahadeva Mani Pravachanam At Koti Deepothsavam 2015". Bhakthitv.in. Bakthi TV. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 "Vidhvanmani". Sakshi.com. Sakshi. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  3. "Sri Swamiji in Andhra Pradesh, Rajamundry, 17 - 19 Jan 2006". Dattapeetham.org. Dattapeetham. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  4. "Mahadeva Mani Dhoolipaala". eventpedia.us. Eventpedia. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  5. "Dharmam Chara". Dharmam Chara. Dharmam Chara. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  6. "World Telugu meet ends on poetic note". The New Indian Express. The New Indian Express. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  7. "Godavari Pushkaralu 2015". Rajahmundry. Rajahmundry.net. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  8. "Now, a course in avadhanam!". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  9. Subrahmanyam, Velcheti. "Erudite, exceptional act". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  10. Surya Rao, P. "Impressive literary feat". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 26 April 2019.

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