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TTD Chairman Inspects Godown in Tirupati

Tirupati, 19 October 2018: TTD Chairman S P Sudhakar Yadav on Friday inspected the TTD Godown in Tirupati. He personally verified ...

Friday, October 19, 2018

TTD Chairman Inspects Godown in Tirupati



Tirupati, 19 October 2018: TTD Chairman S P Sudhakar Yadav on Friday inspected the TTD Godown in Tirupati.

He personally verified the stocks of various ingredientele used for making Prasadam including dry grapes, cashew, almonds, Cardamom, rice, jaggery, BG dal etc.in the godown.

Later he instructed the officials concerned to install CC cameras in all the vital places in godown. The chairman also checked the quality of ingredients, accuracy of measuring equipment etc.

Marketing General Manager Jagadeahwar Reddy, DyEO Venkataiah, VGO

















Ashok Kumar Goud were also present.

Mock Hunt Festival Observed












Tirumala, 19 October 2018: It was all fun and frolic that pervaded at the ancient Paruveta Mandapam on Friday where the Sri Malayappa was taken out on a hunting safari.

The hunting expedition, is usually observed on Kanuma festival every year. As the Navarathri Brahmotsavams occur in Adhika Masa, this mock hunt festival is observed on the immediate day after the  conclusion of the annual fete.

Paruveta Mandapam situated near Gogarbham dam about two kilometres from the temple. Thousands of devotees took part in the mock hunting jubilations organised in connection with the Kanuma festival. 

The processional deity of Lord Malayappa dressed in the royal robes of a King hunter was taken out to the venue in a grand procession which passed through the thick woods. The deity was equipped panchayudhas includ Gada, Khadga, Sankhu, Chakra and Bana befitting the occasion.

The priests threw silver spear was thrown at a wild beast tied to the bushesas if the Lord is hunting them. The pilgrims thoroughly enjoyed the fete. Later the Lord returned to the temple.

TTD Chairman Sri Putta Sudhakar Yadav, Temple DyEO Sri Haridranath, Peishkar Sri Ramesh, Parpathyedar Sri Ramachandra and devotees took part.

Governor Narasimhan pays tributes to former Governor ND Tiwari







Hyderabad, October 19: Governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Sri E.S.L. Narasimhan paid rich tributes to Sri N.D. Tiwari, former Governor of united Andhra Pradesh, who passed away on October 18, in a solemn gathering held at Raj Bhavan on Friday. The Governor recalled his association with late Sri N.D. Tiwari, during his earlier position at Delhi and lauded his contribution in upholding democratic traditions and values. The Governor said that Sri Tiwari was an able administrator and held the unique distinction of being the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, after bifurcation of U.P.  and that he will always be remembered for his services as Governor of the united Andhra Pradesh during August, 2007 to December, 2009. The Governor said that in his passing away the Nation has lost a great Statesman.
       Governor Sri Narasimhan, Advisers Sri APVN Sarma, Sri AK Mohanty, Principal Secretary Sri Harpreet Singh and officers and staff members of Raj Bhavan paid floral tributes to late Sri N.D. Tiwari and observed two minutes silence.

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