With the grace of Lord Balaji, we have with us this year a generous photographic contribution of Kodial Teru from Manju Neereshwalya. To people around Mangalore, Manju needs no introduction. His pictures are most sought after, and are featured in almost every newspaper and website related to Mangalore. We welcome Manju as a contributor to Radio Idli and request his continued support… read more to see the photo slide show…
We have a bonus album by our loyal photography contributor Swaroopa Shenoy from Bangalore.. the slideshow of her album with a link to the complete album may be accessed below
Hope we all get a chance to visit the Kodial teru in person, next year.
Thanks for the details on net.
devu sarvanka bare korono
Sarve jana sukino bhavanthu
Thank u very much for the beautiful photos which helped us to be in the immediate presence of Srimad Venkatramana ( Balaji ) bedecked in absolute natural finery.
Do send such beautiful recipes, a delight for our eyes, song to ears, & joy and bliss to the mind.
Long back I enjoyed your idli talk. Now u hv come closer to kodial teru.
Thank you for sharing these pics. Love the Teru; haven’t been to one in many years. Beautiful!
Thank you very much for the nice pics.I have been longing for the same for the past several years.Now Radio idli fullfilled my desire.Thanking you once again.
I too have some photos to share at http://picasaweb.google.com/sviveknayak/MangaloreCarFestival2010.
You may want to share it with your readers.
Very Unique and amazing snaps, Vivek. Thanks for sharing
In my earlier post, the link is not working as it was formatted incorrectly by me 🙁
Here it is again(hopefully it will work): http://picasaweb.google.com/sviveknayak/MangaloreCarFestival2010.
Ammi Sarvanni melnu deval ashirwad gevka ani amgele yevche cherduvani ye kramu anikey chandhu kornu mukarnu orka monu devale ghee prarthane korka
Very nice picvs Enjoying Teru Sitting long distence After a long time, remembering young age when we use to go around the temple
Thanks a lot