Ramanuja replied, “That power I do not possess. Lord Srinivasa alone can grant your prayer.”

Then, the woman said, “Kindly give me a written permit to take to Lord Venkateswara”

Ramanuja, overcome by her faith towards The Lord of Seven Hills, gave her the written permit.

She, then immediately started to ascend the sacred hills of Tirumala. Hardly after climbing a distance, The Great Lord Srinivasa Himself met her on the way. Receiving the written permit of Ramanuja, The compassionate Lord Venkateswara gave her Moksha on the spot.

Such was the greatness and respect to Bhagavad Ramanuja (given by The Lord of Tirumala Himself)

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