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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Monday, April 16, 2012

What are keyword matching options?



The four keyword matching options determine which Google searches can trigger your ads to appear. These options can help you control who sees your ads.
You can set each search-targeted keyword to have one of those four settings. To use a keyword matching option, just add the appropriate punctuation to your keyword:
  1. Broad match: keyword
    Allows your ad to show on similar phrases and relevant variations
    (The broad match modifier may also be used to further refine your broad keyword matches: +keyword.)

  2. Phrase match: "keyword"
    Allows your ad to show for searches that match the exact phrase

  3. Exact match: [keyword]
    Allows your ad to show for searches that match the exact phrase exclusively

  4. Negative match: -keyword
    Ensures your ad doesn't show for any search that includes that term
With some options, you'll enjoy more ad impressions, clicks, and conversions; with others, you'll get fewer impressions and more narrow targeting. By applying the appropriate matching options to your keywords, you can best meet your ROI goals.

Broad Match

This is the default option. If your ad group contained the keyword 'tennis shoes,' your ad would be eligible to appear when a user's search term contained either or both words ('tennis' and 'shoes') in any order, and possibly along with other terms. Your ads could also show for singular/plural forms, synonyms, and other relevant variations.
Broad match keyword:Ads may show on searches for:
tennis shoestennis
shoes
buy tennis shoes
tennis shoe photos
running shoes
tennis sneakers
Run a search term report to see what keyword variations trigger your ad. The Inside AdWords blog also contains more information on how broad match can help you reach more customers.
Use the broad match modifier to have greater reach with your keywords than phrase match, and more control than broad match.

Phrase Match

If you enter your keyword in quotation marks, as in "tennis shoes," your ad would be eligible to appear when a user searches on the phrase tennis shoes, with the words in that order. It can also appear for searches that contain other terms as long as it includes the exact phrase you've specified.
Phrase match keyword:Ads may show on searches for:Ads won't show on searches for:
"tennis shoes"red tennis shoes
buy tennis shoes
tennis shoes photo
shoes for tennis
tennis shoe
tennis sneakers
Phrase match is more targeted than broad match, but more flexible than exact match.

Exact Match

If you surround your keywords in brackets -- such as [tennis shoes] -- your ad would be eligible to appear when a user searches for the specific phrase 'tennis shoes,' in this order, and without any other words in the search term.
Exact match keyword:Ads may show on searches for:Ads won't show on searches for:
[tennis shoes]tennis shoesred tennis shoes
tennis shoe
buy tennis shoes
You likely won't receive as many impressions, clicks, or conversions with exact match as you would with broad match. However, if you've carefully constructed a comprehensive keyword list, the traffic you do receive may be more targeted to your product or service.

Negative Match

If your keyword is 'tennis shoes' and you add the negative keyword '-used,' your ad will not appear for any searches that contain the word 'used.'
Keywords:Ads may show on searches for:Ads won't show on searches for:
tennis shoes
-used
tennis shoes
buy tennis shoes
tennis
used tennis shoes
shoe used for tennis 
Negative keywords are especially useful if your account contains lots of broad match keywords. It's a good idea to add any irrelevant keyword variations you see in a search term report or the Keyword Tool as a negative keyword.


Friday, April 6, 2012

Sri Hanuman Chalisa in Telugu and in English

Sri Hanuman Chalisa in Telugu and in English


Here is Wishing Each and Everyone of you a Very very Special Hanuman Jayanti


||శ్రీహనుమాన్-చాలీసా||

దోహా
శ్రీ గురు చరన సరోజ రజ నిజమను ముకురు సుధారి |
బరనఊ రఘుబర బిమల జసు జో దాయకు ఫల చారి ||
బుద్ధిహీన నను జానికే సుమిరౌ పవన కుమార |
బల బుద్ధి విద్యా దేహు మోహి హరహు కలేస బికార్ ||

ధ్యానమ్
గోష్పదీకృత వారాశిం మశకీకృత రాక్షసమ్ |
రామాయణ మహామాలా రత్నం వందే అనిలాత్మజమ్ ||
యత్ర యత్ర రఘునాథ కీర్తనం తత్ర తత్ర కృతమస్త కాంజలిమ్ |
భాష్పవారి పరిపూర్ణ లోచనం మారుతిం నమత రాక్షసాంతకమ్ ||

చౌపాఈ
జయ హనుమాన ఙ్ఞాన గుణ సాగర |
జయ కపీశ తిహు లోక ఉజాగర || 1 ||

రామదూత అతులిత బలధామా |
అంజని పుత్ర పవనసుత నామా || 2 ||

మహావీర విక్రమ బజరంగీ |
కుమతి నివార సుమతి కే సంగీ ||3 ||

కంచన వరణ విరాజ సువేశా |
కానన కుండల కుంచిత కేశా || 4 ||

హాథవజ్ర ఔ ధ్వజా విరాజై |
కాంథే మూంజ జనేఊ సాజై || 5||

శంకర సువన కేసరీ నందన |
తేజ ప్రతాప మహాజగ వందన || 6 ||

విద్యావాన గుణీ అతి చాతుర |
రామ కాజ కరివే కో ఆతుర || 7 ||

ప్రభు చరిత్ర సునివే కో రసియా |
రామలఖన సీతా మన బసియా || 8||

సూక్ష్మ రూపధరి సియహిం దిఖావా |
వికట రూపధరి లంక జరావా || 9 ||

భీమ రూపధరి అసుర సంహారే |
రామచంద్ర కే కాజ సంవారే || 10 ||

లాయ సంజీవన లఖన జియాయే |
శ్రీ రఘువీర హరషి ఉర లాయే || 11 ||

రఘుపతి కీన్హీ బహుత బడాఈ |
తుమ మమ ప్రియ భరతహి సమ భాఈ || 12 ||

సహస వదన తుమ్హరో జాస గావై |
అస కహి శ్రీపతి కంఠ లగావై || 13 ||

సనకాదిక బ్రహ్మాది మునీశా |
నారద శారద సహిత అహీశా || 14 ||

జమ(యమ) కుబేర దిగపాల జహాం తే |
కవి కోవిద కహి సకే కహాం తే || 15 ||

తుమ ఉపకార సుగ్రీవహి కీన్హా |
రామ మిలాయ రాజపద దీన్హా || 16 ||

తుమ్హరో మంత్ర విభీషణ మానా |
లంకేశ్వర భఏ సబ జగ జానా || 17 ||

యుగ సహస్ర యోజన పర భానూ |
లీల్యో తాహి మధుర ఫల జానూ || 18 ||

ప్రభు ముద్రికా మేలి ముఖ మాహీ |
జలధి లాంఘి గయే అచరజ నాహీ || 19 ||

దుర్గమ కాజ జగత కే జేతే |
సుగమ అనుగ్రహ తుమ్హరే తేతే || 20 ||

రామ దుఆరే తుమ రఖవారే |
హోత న ఆఙ్ఞా బిను పైసారే || 21 ||

సబ సుఖ లహై తుమ్హారీ శరణా |
తుమ రక్షక కాహూ కో డర నా || 22 ||

ఆపన తేజ తుమ్హారో ఆపై |
తీనోం లోక హాంక తే కాంపై || 23 ||

భూత పిశాచ నికట నహి ఆవై |
మహవీర జబ నామ సునావై || 24 ||

నాసై రోగ హరై సబ పీరా |
జపత నిరంతర హనుమత వీరా || 25 ||

సంకట తేం(సేం) హనుమాన ఛుడావై |
మన క్రమ వచన ధ్యాన జో లావై || 26 ||

సబ పర రామ తపస్వీ రాజా |
తినకే కాజ సకల తుమ సాజా || 27 ||

ఔర మనోరధ జో కోఇ లావై |
సోఈ అమిత జీవన ఫల పావై || 28 ||

చారో యుగ పరితాప తుమ్హారా |
హై పరసిద్ధ జగత ఉజియారా || 29 ||

సాధు సంత కే తుమ రఖవారే |
అసుర నికందన రామ దులారే || 30 ||

అష్ఠసిద్ధి నౌ(నవ) నిధి కే దాతా |
అస వర దీన్హ జానకీ మాతా || 31 ||

రామ రసాయన తుమ్హారే పాసా |
సాద రహో రఘుపతి కే దాసా || 32 ||

తుమ్హరే భజన రామకో పావై |
జనమ జనమ కే దుఖ బిసరావై || 33 ||

అంత కాల రఘువర పురజాఈ |
జహాం జన్మ హరిభక్త కహాఈ || 34 ||

ఔర దేవతా చిత్త న ధరఈ |
హనుమత సేఇ సర్వ సుఖ కరఈ || 35 ||

సంకట కటై మిటై సబ పీరా |
జో సుమిరై హనుమత బల వీరా || 36 ||

జై జై జై హనుమాన గోసాఈ |
కృపా కరో గురుదేవ కీ నాఈ || 37 ||

జో శత వార పాఠ కర కోఈ |
ఛూటహి బంది మహా సుఖ హోఈ || 38 ||

జో యహ పడై హనుమాన చాలీసా |
హోయ సిద్ధి సాఖీ గౌరీశా || 39 ||

తులసీదాస సదా హరి చేరా |
కీజై నాథ హృదయ మహ డేరా || 40 ||

దోహా
పవన తనయ సంకట హరణ – మంగళ మూరతి రూప్ |
రామ లఖన సీతా సహిత – హృదయ బసహు సురభూప్ ||
సియావర రామచంద్రకీ జయ | పవనసుత హనుమానకీ జయ | బోలో భాఈ సబ సంతనకీ జయ |దోహా




Sri Hanuman Chalisa


Doha

Shri Guru Charan Sarooja-raj Nija manu Mukura Sudhaari
Baranau Rahubhara Bimala Yasha Jo Dayaka Phala Chari
Budhee-Heen Thanu Jannikay Sumirow Pavana Kumara
Bala-Budhee Vidya Dehoo Mohee Harahu Kalesha Vikaara


Chopai

Jai Hanuman gyan gun sagar
Jai Kapis tihun lok ujagar


Ram doot atulit bal dhama
Anjaani-putra Pavan sut nama


Mahabir Bikram Bajrangi
Kumati nivar sumati Ke sangi


Kanchan varan viraj subesa
Kanan Kundal Kunchit Kesha


Hath Vajra Aur Dhuvaje Viraje
Kaandhe moonj janehu sajai


Sankar suvan kesri Nandan
Tej prataap maha jag vandan


Vidyavaan guni ati chatur
Ram kaj karibe ko aatur


Prabu charitra sunibe-ko rasiya
Ram Lakhan Sita man Basiya


Sukshma roop dhari Siyahi dikhava
Vikat roop dhari lank jarava


Bhima roop dhari asur sanghare
Ramachandra ke kaj sanvare


Laye Sanjivan Lakhan Jiyaye
Shri Raghuvir Harashi ur laye


Raghupati Kinhi bahut badai
Tum mam priye Bharat-hi-sam bhai


Sahas badan tumharo yash gaave
Asa-kahi Shripati kanth lagaave


Sankadhik Brahmaadi Muneesa
Narad-Sarad sahit Aheesa


Yam Kuber Digpaal Jahan te
Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te


Tum upkar Sugreevahin keenha
Ram milaye rajpad deenha


Tumharo mantra Vibheeshan maana
Lankeshwar Bhaye Sub jag jana


Yug sahastra jojan par Bhanu
Leelyo tahi madhur phal janu


Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahee
Jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahee


Durgaam kaj jagath ke jete
Sugam anugraha tumhre tete


Ram dwaare tum rakhvare
Hoat na agya binu paisare


Sub sukh lahae tumhari sar na
Tum rakshak kahu ko dar naa


Aapan tej samharo aapai
Teenhon lok hank te kanpai


Bhoot pisaach Nikat nahin aavai
Mahavir jab naam sunavae


Nase rog harae sab peera
Japat nirantar Hanumant beera


Sankat se Hanuman chudavae
Man Karam Vachan dyan jo lavai


Sab par Ram tapasvee raja
Tin ke kaj sakal Tum saja


Aur manorath jo koi lavai
Sohi amit jeevan phal pavai


Charon Yug partap tumhara
Hai persidh jagat ujiyara


Sadhu Sant ke tum Rakhware
Asur nikandan Ram dulhare


Ashta-sidhi nav nidhi ke dhata
As-var deen Janki mata


Ram rasayan tumhare pasa
Sada raho Raghupati ke dasa


Tumhare bhajan Ram ko pavai
Janam-janam ke dukh bisraavai


Anth-kaal Raghuvir pur jayee
Jahan janam Hari-Bakht Kahayee


Aur Devta Chit na dharehi
Hanumanth se hi sarve sukh karehi


Sankat kate-mite sab peera
Jo sumirai Hanumat Balbeera


Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosahin
Kripa Karahu Gurudev ki nyahin


Jo sat bar path kare kohi
Chutehi bandhi maha sukh hohi


Jo yah padhe Hanuman Chalisa
Hoye siddhi sakhi Gaureesa


Tulsidas sada hari chera
Keejai Nath Hridaye mein dera


Doha

Pavan Tanay Sankat Harana
Mangala Murati Roop
Ram Lakhana Sita Sahita
Hriday Basahu Soor Bhoop

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Google's Search quality highlights: 50 changes for March

Google’s latest round of search quality updates is now available, and — at the risk of sounding like a grumpy old SEO — this month’s seems even more difficult to grasp than normal. There are a lot of words in this month’s list of 50 changes. They are given below.....


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Here’s the list for March:
  • Autocomplete with math symbols. [launch codename "Blackboard", project codename "Suggest"] When we process queries to return predictions in autocomplete, we generally normalize them to match more relevant predictions in our database. This change incorporates several characters that were previously normalized: “+”, “-”, “*”, “/”, “^”, “(“, “)”, and “=”. This should make it easier to search for popular equations, for example [e = mc2] or [y = mx+b].
  • Improvements to handling of symbols for indexing. [launch codename "Deep Maroon"] We generally ignore punctuation symbols in queries. Based on analysis of our query stream, we’ve now started to index the following heavily used symbols: “%”, “$”, “\”, “.”, “@”, “#”, and “+”. We’ll continue to index more symbols as usage warrants.
  • Better scoring of news groupings. [launch codename "avenger_2"] News results on Google are organized into groups that are about the same story. We have scoring systems to determine the ordering of these groups for a given query. This subtle change slightly improves our scoring system, leading to better ranking of news clusters.
  • Sitelinks data refresh. [launch codename "Saralee-76"] Sitelinks (the links that appear beneath some search results and link deeper into the respective site) are generated in part by an offline process that analyzes site structure and other data to determine the most relevant links to show users. We’ve recently updated the data through our offline process. These updates happen frequently (on the order of weeks).
  • Improvements to autocomplete backends, coverage. [launch codename "sovereign", project codename "Suggest"] We’ve consolidated systems and reduced the number of backend calls required to prepare autocomplete predictions for your query. The result is more efficient CPU usage and more comprehensive predictions.
  • Better handling of password changes. Our general approach is that when you change passwords, you’ll be signed out from your account on all machines. This change ensures that changing your password more consistently signs your account out of Search, everywhere.
  • Better indexing of profile pages. [launch codename "Prof-2"] This change improves the comprehensiveness of public profile pages in our index from more than two-hundred social sites.
  • UI refresh for News Universal. [launch codename "Cosmos Newsy", project codename "Cosmos"] We’ve refreshed the design of News Universal results by providing more results from the top cluster, unifying the UI treatment of clusters of different sizes, adding a larger font for the top article, adding larger images (from licensed sources), and adding author information.
  • Improvements to results for navigational queries. [launch codename "IceMan5"] A “navigational query” is a search where it looks like the user is looking to navigate to a particular website, such as [New York Times] or [wikipedia.org]. While these searches may seem straightforward, there are still challenges to serving the best results. For example, what if the user doesn’t actually know the right URL? What if the URL they’re searching for seems to be a parked domain (with no content)? This change improves results for this kind of search.
  • High-quality sites algorithm data update and freshness improvements. [launch codename “mm”, project codename "Panda"] Like many of the changes we make, aspects of our high-quality sites algorithm depend on processing that’s done offline and pushed on a periodic cycle. In the past month, we’ve pushed updated data for “Panda,” as we mentioned in a recent tweet. We’ve also made improvements to keep our database fresher overall.
  • Live results for UEFA Champions League and KHL. We’ve added live-updating snippets in our search results for the KHL (Russian Hockey League) and UEFA Champions League, including scores and schedules. Now you can find live results from a variety of sports leagues, including the NFL, NBA, NHL and others.
  • Tennis search feature. [launch codename "DoubleFault"] We’ve introduced a new search feature to provide realtime tennis scores at the top of the search results page. Try [maria sharapova] or [sony ericsson open].
  • More relevant image search results. [launch codename "Lice"] This change tunes signals we use related to landing page quality for images. This makes it more likely that you’ll find highly relevant images, even if those images are on pages that are lower quality.
  • Fresher image predictions in all languages. [launch codename "imagine2", project codename "Suggest"] We recently rolled out a change to surface more relevant image search predictions in autocomplete in English. This improvement extends the update to all languages.
  • SafeSearch algorithm tuning. [launch codenames "Fiorentini", “SuperDyn”; project codename "SafeSearch"] This month we rolled out a couple of changes to our SafeSearch algorithm. We’ve updated our classifier to make it smarter and more precise, and we’ve found new ways to make adult content less likely to appear when a user isn't looking for it
  • Tweaks to handling of anchor text. [launch codename "PC"] This month we turned off a classifier related to anchor text (the visible text appearing in links). Our experimental data suggested that other methods of anchor processing had greater success, so turning off this component made our scoring cleaner and more robust.
  • Simplification to Images Universal codebase. [launch codename "Galactic Center"] We’ve made some improvements to simplify our codebase for Images Universal and to better utilize improvements in our general web ranking to also provide better image results.
  • Better application ranking and UI on mobile. When you search for apps on your phone, you’ll now see richer results with app icons, star ratings, prices, and download buttons arranged to fit well on smaller screens. You’ll also see more relevant ranking of mobile applications based on your device platform, for example Android or iOS.
  • Improvements to freshness in Video Universal. [launch codename "graphite", project codename "Freshness"] We’ve improved the freshness of video results to better detect stale videos and return fresh content.
  • Fewer undesired synonyms. [project codename "Synonyms"] When you search on Google, we often identify other search terms that might have the same meaning as what you entered in the box (synonyms) and surface results for those terms as well when it might be helpful. This month we tweaked a classifier to prevent unhelpful synonyms from being introduced as content in the results set.
  • Better handling of queries with both navigational and local intent. [launch codename "ShieldsUp"] Some queries have both local intent and are very navigational (directed towards a particular website). This change improves the balance of results we show, and helps ensure you’ll find highly relevant navigational results or local results towards the top of the page as appropriate for your query.
  • Improvements to freshness. [launch codename "Abacus", project codename "Freshness"] We launched an improvement to freshness late last year that was very helpful, but it cost significant machine resources. At the time we decided to roll out the change only for news-related traffic. This month we rolled it out for all queries.
  • Improvements to processing for detection of site quality. [launch codename "Curlup"] We’ve made some improvements to a longstanding system we have to detect site quality. This improvement allows us to get greater confidence in our classifications.
  • Better interpretation and use of anchor text. We’ve improved systems we use to interpret and use anchor text, and determine how relevant a given anchor might be for a given query and website.
  • Better local results and sources in Google News. [launch codename "barefoot", project codename "news search"] We’re deprecating a signal we had to help people find content from their local country, and we’re building similar logic into other signals we use. The result is more locally relevant Google News results and higher quality sources.
  • Deprecating signal related to ranking in a news cluster. [launch codename "decaffeination", project codename "news search”] We’re deprecating a signal that’s no longer improving relevance in Google News. The signal was originally developed to help people find higher quality articles on Google News. (Note: Despite the launch codename, this project has nothing to do with Caffeine, our update to indexing in 2010).
  • Fewer “sibling” synonyms. [launch codename "Gemini", project codename "Synonyms"] One of the main signals we look at to identify synonyms is context. For example, if the word “cat” often appears next to the term “pet” and “furry,” and so does the word “kitten”, our algorithms may guess that “cat” and “kitten” have similar meanings. The problem is that sometimes this method will introduce “synonyms” that actually are different entities in the same category. To continue the example, dogs are also “furry pets” -- so sometimes “dog” may be incorrectly introduced as a synonym for “cat”. We’ve been working for some time to appropriately ferret out these “sibling” synonyms, and our latest system is more maintainable, updatable, debuggable, and extensible to other systems.
  • Better synonym accuracy and performance. [project codename "Synonyms"] We’ve made further improvements to our synonyms system by eliminating duplicate logic. We’ve also found ways to more accurately identify appropriate synonyms in cases where there are multiple synonym candidates with different contexts.
  • Retrieval system tuning. [launch codename "emonga", project codename "Optionalization"] We’ve improved systems that identify terms in a query which are not necessarily required to retrieve relevant documents. This will make results more faithful to the original query.
  • Less aggressive synonyms. [launch codename "zilong", project codename "Synonyms"] We’ve heard feedback from users that sometimes our algorithms are too aggressive at incorporating search results for other terms. The underlying cause is often our synonym system, which will include results for other terms in many cases. This change makes our synonym system less aggressive in the way it incorporates results for other query terms, putting greater weight on the original user query.
  • Update to systems relying on geographic data. [launch codename "Maestro, Maitre"] We have a number of signals that rely on geographic data (similar to the data we surface in Google Earth and Maps). This change updates some of the geographic data we’re using.
  • Improvements to name detection. [launch codename "edge", project codename "NameDetector"] We’ve improved a system for detecting names, particularly for celebrity names.
  • Updates to personalization signals. [project codename "PSearch"] This change updates signals used to personalize search results.
  • Improvements to Image Search relevance. [launch codename "sib"] We’ve updated signals to better promote reasonably sized images on high-quality landing pages.
  • Remove deprecated signal from site relevance signals. [launch codename "Freedom"] We’ve removed a deprecated product-focused signal from a site-understanding algorithm.
  • More precise detection of old pages. [launch codename "oldn23", project codename “Freshness"] This change improves detection of stale pages in our index by relying on more relevant signals. As a result, fewer stale pages are shown to users.
  • Tweaks to language detection in autocomplete. [launch codename “Dejavu”, project codename "Suggest"] In general, autocomplete relies on the display language to determine what language predictions to show. For most languages, we also try to detect the user query language by analyzing the script, and this change extends that behavior to Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese and Korean. The net effect is that when users forget to turn off their IMEs, they’ll still get English predictions if they start typing English terms.
  • Improvements in date detection for blog/forum pages. [launch codename "fibyen", project codename "Dates"] This change improves the algorithm that determines dates for blog and forum pages.
  • More predictions in autocomplete by live rewriting of query prefixes. [launch codename "Lombart", project codename "Suggest”] In this change we’re rewriting partial queries on the fly to retrieve more potential matching predictions for the user query. We use synonyms and other features to get the best overall match. Rewritten prefixes can include term re-orderings, term additions, term removals and more.
  • Expanded sitelinks on mobile. We’ve launched our expanded sitelinks feature for mobile browsers, providing better organization and presentation of sitelinks in search results.
  • More accurate short answers. [project codename “Porky Pig”] We’ve updated the sources behind our short answers feature to rely on data from Freebase. This improves accuracy and makes it easier to fix bugs.
  • Migration of video advanced search backends. We’ve migrated some backends used in video advanced search to our main search infrastructure.
  • +1 button in search for more countries and domains. This month we’ve internationalized the +1 button on the search results page to additional languages and domains. The +1 button in search makes it easy to share recommendations with the world right from your search results. As we said in our initial blog post, the beauty of +1’s is their relevance—you get the right recommendations (because they come from people who matter to you), at the right time (when you are actually looking for information about that topic) and in the right format (your search results).
  • Local result UI refresh on tablet. We’ve updated the user interface of local results on tablets to make them more compact and easier to scan.
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Monday, April 2, 2012

శ్రీ రామ నవమి, ఓయు కాలనీ , Shaikpet

01 ఏప్రిల్ 2012 అనగా నిన్న OU కాలనీ Shekpet లో వెలసినటువంటి లక్ష్మణ సామెత శ్రీ సీతా రామచాచంద్ర స్వామి కళ్యాణ మహోత్సవం అంగ రంగ వైభవంగా జరిగింది. పగలు 10 గంటలకు పున్యవచనం తో ప్రారంభమైన కార్యక్రమము వివిధ రకాల విధుల తో సాగుతూ దేవేరులకు మధ్యాహ్నం 12 .30 కి వేద మంత్ర ఘోషల నడుమ వేద పండితులు జీల కర్ర బెల్లం తలపై పెట్టారు. వివాహమునకు స్వామి వారు సర్వాంగ సుందరంగా ముస్తాబయ్యారు ... " అలంకార ప్రియో విష్ణుః " అంటారు ... అనగా విష్ణు మూర్తి అలంకర ప్రియుడు ... వారిని ఎంతగా అలంకరిస్తే అంట ఆనందిస్తారు స్వామివారు.




అలా ముస్తాబైన స్వామి మరియు సీతా మాత వివాహ ప్రక్రియ 1 .30 కు పూర్తి అయినది. వివాహమునకు సిద్ధముగా నున్న దేవేరులను కింది ఫోటోలలో చుడండి.


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