Kalpavriksha Kamadhenu – A Milestone 700,000 Visitors

Yes, you saw it right. This blog has now crossed 700,000 visitors.  I am just amazed seeing how this simple blog, in which I wanted to save my recipes and lyrics for my Daughter for later use, became so popular and a huge passion for me.

If I don’t write for a few days, I feel lost. If someone asks for a lyrics, I go out of my way to find the same. If I prepare something special at my home or any place I visit, I immediately look for a camera to click images. If I hear a song, I run to get my Mac to record the same. Sounds crazy right? Yes, this blog has really made me crazy in many ways which I hadn’t imagined at all.

It is also the comments which I receive which pushes me even more to write regularly. There are many many visitors who have provided recipes, lyrics, links and many more useful information, without which this blog wouldn’t have been possible at all. With this blog, I was able to connect to so many Friends who live in many countries from India to Dubai to USA. Everywhere I go, I meet at least a few people who are frequent visitors of my blog.

Thanks is a very small word to say to all those who visit this blog.

There are 700,000 visitors, but not 700,000 comments. It shows that there are many silent spectators as well.  So, thanks to you as well.

A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU FOR MAKING THIS SUCH A HUGE SUCCESS.

MAY THE LORD ALMIGHTY SHOWER HIS CHOICEST BLESSINGS ON ALL.

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25 responses to this post.

  1. awesome, Congratulations Meera. Keep it up.
    yes, you have great information posted – adhralloo shloka, haaDugaLa saahitya, matthu halavaaru resource-gaLu bahaLa upayuktha, when we can’ t get hold of printed material and not have the same people around while being away from home town.
    thank you…

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  2. Posted by meeraghu on March 13, 2010 at 7:52 am

    Thanks so much, Ram.Your comments are highly appreciated.

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  3. Posted by malathi on March 13, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Dear Ms.meerarao.
    Hands off.the effort you have taken to promote our MADHVA community. every day I am learning something from your blog,not only your daughter,thousands of people are benefited,keep it up.
    By grace of RAYARU you should comeup more and more in life.
    Thanking you.
    Happy ugadhi.
    bye
    malathi
    L.A.

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  4. Posted by manasi on March 14, 2010 at 8:34 am

    I guess I am one of the silent spectators! Just want to thank you a ton for this.

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  5. Posted by veda on March 14, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    congrats meera, u totally deserve it.

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  6. Posted by hanumanthachar on March 15, 2010 at 7:12 am

    habbada oota undare estu santosha nimma blog nodidare hotti tumbutade!!!!
    Congratulations and Best Wishes for the efforts!
    Good Samaritan Longlive!!!

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  7. Posted by Shwetha on March 15, 2010 at 9:57 am

    Hey Meera,

    Congrats! Hope this blog grows from strength to strength!

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  8. Posted by Sowmya on March 15, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Hi Meera,
    Congratulations. Whatever you have done so far and doing is really great to keep our culture going. I learnt lot from your site especially forgotten lyrics of songs like ‘Mangalarthi tandu beligire..’ etc.
    Looking forward to your posts all the time. Here’s wishing you and your family a very Happy Ugadi!.

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  9. Posted by meeraghu on March 16, 2010 at 10:15 am

    Thanks so much, Shwetha, and Sowmya. Appreciate your comments very much.

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  10. Posted by nagalakshmi on March 21, 2010 at 12:35 pm

    Dear meera,
    congratulations
    it is really useful to everyone who visit you this blog, i almost know all festivals and significance of them,
    through this blog, i also recommended to many of my friends and relatives to visit this blog.
    please post the lyric of song indu sukravara subhava taruva vara
    I wish this blog grows further
    nagalakshmikaranam@yahoo.com

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  11. Posted by meeraghu on March 21, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Dear Nagalakshmi,
    Thanks so much for your wonderful comments. It means a lot to me. I will check my books and see if I have that song.
    Thanks again so much.

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  12. Dear Meeraji,

    Thank you for posting “Sri Harikathamruthasara mangalacharana sandhi”. Please also post the meaning to each sandhi. It helps to all sri hari bhaktas.

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  13. Posted by Aishwarya on April 5, 2010 at 4:07 am

    Hi
    Your website is extremely helpful and gr8 for ppl like us who are getting married and have no clue abt what its all about. I sincerely request u, if time permits can u plz elaborately tell what are all the customs/sampradaya in a kannada madhwa marriage, right from sondiga muhurtha to grahpravesham and beyond…

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  14. Posted by krishfan77 on April 13, 2010 at 7:09 am

    Namaskaram Meeraji.

    I have come across your blog recently and found it really helpful, esp. for people like me who are born in Madhva brahmana family but lost oneself in the rat-race of this material world. Thank you very much for the effort you put in to maintain this site.

    I am a 32-yr old house-wife and I am an ardent fan of Lord Krishna. I just came to know about Sri Rayaru. Can you please help me with some basic information about Sri Rayaru and his teachings?

    1. I am living in the UK, so I can’t visit Mantralayam right away. Can I put up a picture of Sri Rayaru in my puja altar and start praying to him without visiting Mantralayam first?

    2. I want to accept Sri Rayaru as my Gurudeva. Do I need to have a formal ceremony for this, or can I just mentally approach him and pray him to accept me as a follower?

    3. What rules did he instruct to follow if I want to become a suddha bhakta of Lord Krishna? Did he mention any purticular mantra for chanting every day?

    I will be waiting for your reply. Thank you very much in advance.

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    • Posted by meeraghu on April 14, 2010 at 6:58 am

      1. Yes, you can put up a photo of Rayaru and start praying.
      2. No formal ceremony is needed. Anyone who pray’s to Rayaru will be accepted. That’s why he is called “Kalpavriksha Kamadhenu”.
      3. You can read about what he has asked us to do in the “Last Speech of Sri Raghavendra Swamy” posted in this blog.

      Sorry, was traveling a lot of work and had no time to reply immediately.
      May Sri Rayaru bless you.

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  15. Posted by Suma on April 13, 2010 at 12:10 pm

    Meeraaaaa…

    Wow, congratulations on this milestone. Just saw Pratima’s email and I had to come and see this…Proud of you sis…keep up this great work you are doing!!

    Suma.

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  16. Posted by meeraghu on April 13, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Thanks so much, Suma.

    Reply

  17. Posted by jyothi on July 28, 2010 at 6:56 am

    Congrats Meera…..,
    ur blog is so nice that no wonder it has been visited by such a huge no.keep up the good work…good luck….

    Reply

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