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Malayappa swami, the Utsava murthi of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple seen on the Hamsa vahanam. Hamsa is the sanskrit name for Swan and is regarded as the vehicle of Brahma. Malayappa swami is dressed as Goddess Saraswati as evidenced by the presence of the veena.
Source: Brahmotsavam - Hamsa Vahanam
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