Biography:Canchupati Venkatrao Venkaswami Rao
C. V. Vencasami Rao
Canchupati Venkatrao Venkaswami Rao
August 4, 1868
|Died||May 12, 1922(aged 53)|
Canchupati Venkatrao Vencaswami Rao (తెలుగులో కంచుపాటి వేంకట్రావు వెంకస్వామి రావు), also known as Master C.V.V. (August 4, 1868 in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu, India – May 12, 1922) was a Yoga guru. His family name was Canchupati. He was born to a Niyogi family which had moved from Andhra Pradesh in the 14th or 15th century. He was educated in Kumbakonam and Srirangam. At age 12, he married Rukmini and they had three sons and a daughter. His wife died at age 36 and he married Venkamma at age 38 with whom he had another three daughters and a son.
He started Bhrukta Rahita Taraka Raja Yoga in 1910 with a goal to make changes to human format and to cosmic forces influencing human format in order to give eternal life to humanity. Some of his followers were Ekkirala Krishnamacharya and Veturi Prabhakara sastri, N.R.B.V, Mynampati jwala Narashimam, Kotha Ramakotaiah (Tata garu).
Master CVV calls his disciples as mediums. At present Master CVV yoga is spread through out the world. Now Master CVV's mediums are actively involved in conducting courses to the new incoming mediums. Famous Mediums are Mrs. Lakshmikantam (Hyderabad), Sri. Shiva Prasad, Sri. Rama Koti Reddy, Sri. Nanduri Srinivas (Director Technology, Mcafee, Banglore). Sri C Jaya Kumar (Master CVV's Great Grand Son).
During his lifetime Master CVV developed several courses for regulating the planets and rectifications. Master MTA is the guru of Master CVV. He is one of the Greatest Spiritual scientist of our times. His yoga is called the electronic yoga. It works instantaneously when invoked. The regular time for doing this prayer is Morning 6.00 AM and Evening 6.00 PM. During his life period Master CVV cured many people from sufferings of various diseases that were not curable.
For more information about Master CVV and his Yoga, refer to his original literature as well as to the writings of his disciples, if those were in tune with the original writings. Some of His diaries and notes are available on www.mastercvv.com and www.worldteachertrust.org.
Books on Master CVV's Yoga
- Bhrukta Rahita Raja Yogam - Sri Kotha Rama Kotaiah (Tata garu)
- Master CVV - Sri Ekkirala Krishnamacharaya
- Master CVV and his Electronic Yoga - Dr Ekkirala Veda Vyasa I.A.S (Retd)., Ph.D
- Bhrukta Rahita Raja Yogam - Prasnalu-Samadhanamlu - Gurudev. A. V. Srinivasa Acharyulu
- Master CVV - Sri Sarvari
- Master CVV-N.R.B.V - Sri N.B.V. Rama Moorthy
- New Yoga - Sri Narayana Iyer
- Prajna Prabhakaram, a Symbol of Transcendence and Immanence: Auto-biography of Sri Veturi Prabhakara Sastri, Vēṭūri Prabhākaraśāstri, Prabhakara Prachuranalu Publishers, 1991
- "Book review: Life story of a Yoga master". The Hindu. http://www.thehindu.com/thehindu/br/2003/06/10/stories/2003061000110301.htm. Retrieved 16 July 2015.
- Callahan, Daren (2007-06-18). Yoga: An Annotated Bibliography of Works in English, 1981-2005. McFarland. pp. 232–. ISBN 9781476607023. https://books.google.com/books?id=CS9zBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA232. Retrieved 16 July 2015.
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