Chinna Sesha Vahanam
Venkateswaraswamy who has Seshadri as abode, goes in procession on the second day’s festival, alone on the five-hooded Chinna Seshavahana.
Sesha is born of a spark of Narayana. He is another body of Narayana.
- the abode,
- the bed,
- the seat,
- the sandals,
- the upper garment,
- the pillow,
- the canopy
that protects him from heat and rain, the forest, the servant and having a different body, has come under the blessings and protection of God Vishnu, and has come to be praised by people as ‘Sesha.’
Adisesha took the form of a hill as a proper habitation for God Vishnu who wanted to incarnate himself on earth. Such is the affinity between the two. It is because of this that he became a carrier of Vishnu in the Brahmotsava, a second time.
It is on this car that the Lord makes a feast to the eye of the devotees as a flute player.