Smt. Suramma Chakravarthula, was a person who cares, loves, a passionate individual for Carnatic Classical Music, used to read literature like Bhagavatam etc., though she was not able to write, watch movies of her time. She born approximately on 12th October, 1919 and passed away on 2nd February, 2016. Read Our blog entry
My father Shri. Ramakrishna Parama Hamsa is a retired Ayurvedic practitioner. He has tremendous knowledge in Carnatic Classical Music! My mother is a house-wife.
Got married to Hemalatha Chakravarthula on 24th June, 2011. She is a commerce graduate and belongs to Tanuku, West Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh. She has one sister Chi. Deepthi Tadimati. We found each other on Shadi Centre.
With blessings of Shri.Shridi Sai Baba and our Guruji, we are blessed with Chi. Khushi Varshini on 6th December, 2013. as of writing (on 18th June, 2016), she has visited several places including Shirdi, Tirupathi, Mumbai, Pandaripur, Sajjanghad, etc.,
Brothers & their family
My elder brother Shri. Srinivasa Sathya Subrahmanyam (Phani) is an Architect and Engineer; He loves old Telugu songs and Carnatic Classical Music and has a huge collection of audio.
Mrs. Satya Surya Naga Jyothi is my sister-in-law, she is grand daughter of Shri. Nagabhatla Venu Gopalam based in Komarigiri.
They were blessed with two sons Chi. Ram Kaushik in 2008 and Chi. Vishwanath Prabhakar in 2010.
Lives in Hayatnagar, Hyderabad.
My younger brother Chi. Vinayaka Sarma is a vydic priest in the USA. Runs independent consulting services in the area of spirituality.