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Pavitrotsvams Concludes

The annual Pavitrotsvams in Tiruchanoor temple concluded on a grand religious note on Saturday. After Snapanam to the Utsava deity of Sri ...


Pavitrotsvams Concludes

The annual Pavitrotsvams in Tiruchanoor temple concluded on a grand religious note on Saturday.

After Snapanam to the Utsava deity of Sri Padmavathi Ammavaru and Sri Sudarshana Chakrattalwar in the morning, Pavitra Purnahuti was performed in the evening.

JEO Sri Veerabrahmam, Deputy EO Sri Govindarajan and others participated.

Divi Vadthya


Blood Donation Camp Held

In connection with Gandhi Jayanti on October 2, a blood donation camp was conducted in Ashwini Hospital at Tirumala on Friday.

According to Medical Superintendent of Aswini Hospital Dr Kusuma Kumari nine donors have donated blood in this camp organised in the hospital.

Tirumala Ghat Road Restrictions Relaxed

TTD relaxed the restrictions on the movement of two-wheelers which came into force with immediate effect from Saturday onwards.

The TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy made an announcement in this regard during the review meeting with TTD officials at Annamaiah Bhavan in Tirumala on Saturday evening.

In view of the movement of wild cats in Alipiri footpath, keeping in view the safety of devotees, TTD restricted the movement of two-wheelers from 6pm to 6am.

But with TTD forest along with state forest department trapping six wild cats in the area and the authorities confirming no further threat after pursuing for a week, decided to relax the restrictions on the timings over the movement of two-wheelers.

Henceforth the two-wheelers will be allowed to ply on ghat roads upto 10pm.


The EO also reviewed with the officials about the preparation by the concerned departments for the upcoming Navaratri Brahmotsavams scheduled between October 15 to 23 with Ankurarpanam on October 14.

As more pilgrim rush is being anticipated for this festival due to Dasara holidays, the EO asked all the officials to put extra efforts to make the event successful on par with annual brahmotsavams with team work.

JEO Sri Veerabrahmam, CVSO Sri Narasimha Kishore, CEO SVBC Sri Shanmukh Kumar, CE Sri Nageswara Rao, SE 2 Sri Jagadeeshwar Reddy and other officials and Heads of Departments were present.

Spot Admissions for CCP Diploma Courses at SPMP College on 3rd Oct

TTD is organising spot admissions on October 3, for diploma courses in Commercial and Computer Practice (CCP)  at Sri Padmavati Mahila Polytechnic College between 10am and 5pm.

Interested girl students attend with both original and Xerox copies of their certificates for admission as per standard fees prescribed by the government and free hostel facility.

For more details contact 9848797024, 6281563804, 6281094304

Pournami Garuda Seva Held

The monthly Pournami Garuda Seva was observed with religious fervour in Tirumala on Friday evening.

Sri Malayappa paraded along four mada streets blessing the devotees under Ghatatopam(cover from rains)even in the showers.

Temple officials and devotees were present.


Inauguration of Brahmin Sadan at Duraj Palli on Sunday, 1st October by the Hon'ble Minister Jagadish Reddy.

**Hon'ble Minister Indrakaranreddy will be attended as Chief Guest.

*Other Public Representatives will participate in the program.

Constructed the building with  Rs. 2.50 crores

Honorable Chief Minister Shri K. Chandrasekhar Rao's commitment to the comprehensive development of Brahmins.

Formation of Telangana Brahmin Parishad by the government for the holistic development of Brahmins


The Vipprohita Brahmin Sadan Bhavan, constructed in Duraj Palli, will be inaugurated on Sunday. This building, built with an allocation of Rs. 2.50 crores from the state government, stands on an acre of land generously donated by Dr. A. Ramaiah, a resident of Suryapet. The construction of this two-storied building commenced with the laying of the foundation stone by Power Minister Jagadish Reddy on August 19, 2017. The Chief Minister of the State, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, initiated the construction of this groundbreaking Brahmin Sadan building, equipped with all the necessary facilities to host cultural and socio-vedic programs, as well as welfare programs for the Brahmin community. It is worth noting that the Chief Minister has previously inaugurated a state-level Brahmin Sadan Bhawan with a budget of Rs. 12 crores in Gopanapalli village of Serilingam Palli mandal, Rangareddy district. Construction of Brahmana Sadan has already been completed in Siddipet and Cheryala. Additionally, Brahman sadhans in Khammam town and Madhira, with allocations of Rs. 75 lakhs and Rs. 73 lakhs, respectively, is currently underway.


Formation of Telangana Brahmin Parishad for the holistic development of Brahmins:

To ensure the comprehensive development of Brahmins in the state, the Telangana Brahmin Parishad, comprising 18 members and chaired by retired IAS officer Dr. KV Ramanachari, has been established. The Parishad oversees the implementation of numerous welfare schemes for Brahmins, including the Vivekananda Foreign Education Scheme, Sri Ramanuja Fee Reimbursement Scheme, Financial Assistance to Vedic Schools, Honorarium to Vedic/Sastra Scholars, Financial Assistance to Vedic Students, Encouragement for Entrepreneurship among Brahmins, Financial Assistance to Telangana Brahmin Unemployed Youth for Competitive Examinations, and Vippori Brahmin Sadan. The government extends its support for the holistic development of Brahmins through financial assistance for traditional schools, Akshayanidi, and other schemes. Till date, the government has spent Rs. 261 crores under these schemes. The Parishad contributes a maximum of 75% of the construction cost for Vipprohita Brahmin Sadhana buildings.


The government's objective is the welfare of all sections of society. The Telangana government emphasizes equal importance for all castes, implementing welfare schemes and constructing self-respect buildings across the state, earning recognition and acclaim.

-Press note