Potuluri Veerabrahmam popularly known as Brahmam  c. It forecasts many incidents which are proved to be correct by the posterity. According to a legend, Veerabrahmam was born to a religious couple, Paripurnayacharya and Prakruthamba, who belonged to a Kamsala family near the river Sarasvati River in the village of Brahmandapuram. They received the child as a divine gift and returned to Papagni Mutt.
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Potuluri Veerabrahmam popularly known as Brahmam  c. It forecasts many incidents which are proved to be correct by the posterity.
According to a legend, Veerabrahmam was born to a religious couple, Paripurnayacharya and Prakruthamba, who belonged to a Kamsala family near the river Sarasvati River in the village of Brahmandapuram. They received the child as a divine gift and returned to Papagni Mutt.
The child was named 'Veeram Bhotlaiah'. Veerabrahmendra Swamy, then known as the Veerambhotliah at Papagni Mutt authored the Kalikamba Sapthashathi the manuscript written in praise of goddess Kali at the age of A few days later, Veerabhojayacharya made a sacrifice and Veerambhotlayya told his stepmother that he had refused to take homage responsibilities [ citation needed ] [ clarification needed ] and started his spiritual journey.
His first disciple was Dudekula Siddaiah. People started listening to Veerambhotlaya's chanting and philosophical poems, and as a sign of respect they called him 'Sri Madvirat Pothuluri Veera Brahmendra Swami'. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.
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Kalagnanam Book Telugu Total
Kalagnanam is a Sanskrit and also a Telugu word which means "Knowledge of Times". The Kalagnanam has many authors, who prophesied the future of their times. A brief part of Kalagnanam written by Sri Veera Brahmendra Swamy, which was kept in his native place has been published in Telugu language as a book in for the first time, along with some other prophet's work. A large volume of the predictions made by Veera Brahmendra Swamy are said to be kept under the banyan tree of Banaganapalle village of Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. Out of the brief context of Kalagnanam said by Veera Brahmendra Swamy, verses or poems are very popular with name "Govinda Vakyas". His prophecies are in poetic way called 'Dwipada'. The whole part of prophecies said by many saints from South India is included in the kalagnanam book which was published by Brahmamgarimatam.