The main sanctum of the temple survived at least since the time of the Satavahana emperors. The deity for which the Satavahana built the temple is unknown. Seshagiri Sastriar, chair of Sanskrit. To North India this tradition can be traced to 5th century B. C .
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Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna, Who decorates himself with flowers of Athasee. Who shines in garlands and anklets that he wears. And who has a bangle made of jewels in his right hand. Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna, Who is blessed with black curly hair, Who is very similar to the full moon, And who shines in his ear drops. Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna. Who has the sweet scent of mandara flowers, Who has pretty smile and four arms, And who decorates is hair with peacock feathers.
Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna, Who has eyes resembling the fully open lotus flowers, Who has the blue colour of rich clouds, And who is the chief gem of the clan of Yadavas.
Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna, Who is engaged in playing with Rukmani, Who shines in yellow silks, And who is attracted by scent of ocimum. Who is embraced by the two busts of Gopis, Whose chest has the marks of saffron, Who lives with Lakshmi and has a big bow. Salutations to the teacher of the world, Krishna, Who has the mole Sri Vathsa on his chest and greatly enjoys, Who is decorated by garlands of forest flowers, And who holds the conch and the holy wheel.
If one reads this as soon as he awakes in the morning, This divine octet of Lord Krishna without fail, Sins committed in billions of lives, Would be destroyed, if one thinks about him.
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