A short clip from udupi, a coastal city in Karnataka India.
Krishna is Worshiped fourteen times a day by the swamiji. Of course The first ten take place in the forenoon and the remaining four are the evening services. Towards the end of the day, the Swamiji enters the sanctum sanctorum for the ratri pooja. After chanting the hundred and eight names of the Lord he offers naiveedya consisting of tamarind rice, pan cake, tender coconut, panchakajjaya and betal leaf and nut. He then waves aratis of different kinds. Coming out of the sanctum sanctorum the Swamiji offers worship to the idol of Madhvacharya at the entrance. The musicians known as bhagavatas sing devotional songs along with their disciples and dance according to the rythm. It provides a feast to the eyes.
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