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Trinadha Swamy Vratham Overview
Trinadha Swamy Vratham is a very well explained and effective fast for devotees. If you want to get positive energy in your home and protect the family, then you should perform Trinadha Swamy Vrata with full dedication and devotion.
Devotees! Listen with a clear mind. The history of these trinads is like nectar for us to listen to. In the village of Sripuram there lived a Brahmin named Madhusuda. He was very poor and used to live on alms. A son was born to that Brahmin. The body of the boy is wasting day by day because the mother does not have enough milk. The Brahmin’s wife said to Penimiti that the boy was getting stuck. “Oh! Listen carefully to what I have to say. “Get a milk cow for our child” and the husband said, “Are you crazy?” How can we find a cow that gives milk on a poor day? We don’t have money gems how can I get respect in the world? The whole world treats those who have wealth. The whole world fears them. Who will ask poor people like us. said the Brahmin. The wife Mugula is sad, O Lord Brahma! Why did you give birth to this child among poor people like us? What does this child live on? While he was mourning that this child’s murder would happen to me, the Brahmin got worried and asked what happened when he saw the child’s cry. He sold all the small items in his house, such as kamandalam, and took five rupees carefully and gave it to his wife. It was said to take this money and buy a milking cow.
According to the words of his wife, the Brahmin took the rupees and went from village to village. Going around like this, he went to the village where the elder Bhagya Vandudugu Shaukaru lived. That Shaukaru was on par with Kubera, having perfected the grain of money. All his cows are full of milk. Divine event is different. Among his cows was a cow named ‘Bhoda’. It is extremely evil minded. If it goes outside to graze, it sneaks into Parula’s agriculture and eats it. One day, while Shaukaru was watching, he sneaked into the elder’s field and ate the ripe crop. Seeing that, Shaukaru was very angry and said to Yema, “Don’t see his face anymore. Yes I will sell it now. Even though it is 50 rupees, I have no sanction, so now if a bargain comes, I will give it for 5 rupees.” Madhusudan heard those words and said to Shaukaru. “Shaukaru! Listen, even if it is a cow worth 50 rupees, you do not have a grant, so I will give you five rupees. Give me the cow and the calf.” Then Shaukaru said, “Oh brahmin, are you crazy?” And the Brahmin said, “You are liars. Keep your word. If you break your word, you will be untruthful.” When Shaukaru heard the words of that Brahmin, he inquired in his mind and said that he did not know. Where does this Brahmin hear from, if I don’t give him this cow, I will be lied to! Seeing the Brahmin, he stretched out his hand and immediately took the money and gave the cow and the calf to the Brahmin. She immediately expressed the milk and poured it to her son, who was happy. After a few days passed, it was not seen where the cow had gone. When the sun went down, the Brahmin saw that the cow did not come and went in search. I saw it in the streets and in the nearby agricultural lands. The cow was not seen. He woke up early in the morning and went out to look for the cow and after walking some distance he saw a tree in the garden.
Hearing that, what the trinity said to the Brahmin was, “Since you are going to Santa, we should bring some food for our sake.” Then the Brahmin asked, “What kind of food do you want?” They said, “Trinity.” They brought only one paisa of leaf wood and one paisa of oil. After hearing those words, the Brahmin said, “O Triune! Where can I get money? Am I poor? Beggar and live with ease.” That is to say, what did the trinity say, “O Brahmin! Listen, that nail bush is appearing! At first it had three paisas.” Hearing those words, the Brahmin went and pulled the harrow up from the grass and found three paisas. The tree pulled up the tree to see if it was still there. Are you crazy? There is no money in it yet. The Brahmin heard those words and left from there. After going some distance, he came back and stood under that tree, joined hands and said these things. “Oh rebel! Why did you come back?” Trinadulan said, “Hey, how can I bring the things you mentioned?” How is the oil in the Brahmin’s gavancha? You worldlings hypocritically say to me, “Oi! I didn’t tell you hypocritically. The Brahmin entered Sri Puram Sant when he told us to pour oil in the gavancha and bring it. When he went and looked, he did not see a cow.
When he went and saw that there was no oil in the pot, everyone inquired. That Vipra came to us and said that he did not ask us for oil and left. Everyone inquired about this and ran to Vipru and said this. Again Vipru went to Santa, this time, he measured the oil properly with the Dutta brought earlier, and as usual, the Dutta was replaced. Seeing that, the old wise man’s joy was beyond words. Oil is kept in Vipru’s gavancha. Catching it, Vipra left. He gave the above things to the three people and asked them for alms.