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  1. Don’t get me wrong Raj, just googled and found the following explanation from Wikipedia. 🙂

    “The name Venkateshwara can be split into multiple parts in Sanskrit: Ven (sins), kata (destroyer), and ishwara (Supreme Lord). Using this etymology, Venkateshwara refers to the Supreme Lord who destroys sins.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venkateswara

    • Ofcourse not andi, cant beat Wiki and you are absolutely right!

      I heard from one of SriChaganti’s disclosures that the name Venkateswara
      should be pronounced as “VEEMKATESWARA” since it is made up of

      Veem=papam
      tatathi = teseyyadam
      eeswara= yeduru leni vaadu.