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Personality Development Program Held

Renowned Motivational Expert Sri Satya Nagesh informed the TTD officials and other employees that this training program on personality development would help them to overcome their stress and render better services.

A training program on personality development was held to the TTD senior officers at SVETA on Thursday in Tirupati.

The expert speaker grabbed the attention of all with live interaction with interesting slides through PowerPoint presentation.

Earlier SVETA Director Sri Bhumana Subramanyam Reddy said that in the coming days, training programs will also be conducted on cyber crimes, social media misinformation etc.  He said that especially the health problems of priests and drivers will be studied and awareness programs will be organized for them too.  He said that such training programs are very useful for TTD employees.  

Phule Jayanthi Observed

TTD has observed the 197th Birth Anniversary of one of the great Social Reformers of 19th Century, Mahatma Jyotirao Govindrao Phule in Mahati Auditorium on Thursday.

DyEOs Sri Govindarajan, Sri Devendra Babu, Smt Snehalata recalled the great works of Phule in many fields. 

They said, his contributions included getting rid of untouchability and the caste system, encouraging women education and pioneered the same by making his wife Savitribai Phule to become the first teacher in India.

Later a few TTD employees also expressed their views on the impeccable efforts made by Mahatma Phule who formed the Satyashodhak Samaj (Society of Truth Seekers) with a goal to get equal rights for people from lower castes. It worked for the betterment of the oppressed classes. Mahatma Phule stood as inspiration to many other social reformers in the country including the Architect of Indian Constitution Dr BR Ambedkar.


Day 3 of Ramayana Kalpavrksam

Ramayana Kalpavrksam 2024
 signed off on a high note with the thrilling musical evening by popular group Indosoul by Karthick Iyer. Titled Rejoicing in Raghu - the band brought to life popular Karnatik music melodies in fusion music that had the audience dancing and clapping away. Earlier the well-known speaker Dushyant Sridhar spoke eloquently. Aabhas Maldahiyar's latest historical book - Babur - The Chessboard King was released, followed by a discussion by the author with writer Shivakumar, that touched many aspects of writing history.


According to Ananda Shankar Jayant, the curator of Ramayana Kalpavrksam ' The festival has been a grand success, with full house and standing ovations. The festival received blessings from Gurus, Sri Sri Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji, who inaugurated the festival on 29th March. Revered spiritual gurus have also blessed this festival by sending their video messages of blessings. Daaji and Sharadapeetham, Jagadguru Shankaracharya Sri Sri Sri Bharati Tirtha MahaswamiVaaru, Jagadguru Sri Sri Vidhushekhara Bharati MahaswamiVaaru, Shri Shataavadhani Brahmashri Lalitaditya Garu sent a beautiful message. Their video messages were played. The morning workshop sessions too were well attended.


Many well-known artists, bureaucrats and industry leaders attended the 3-day festival and expressed that such multi arts festivals are much needed, to bring together our arts and knowledge together. 


Potti Sriramulu -Pride of Telugu - TTD Museum Chief

Amarajeevi and a great Patriot Sri Pottu Sriramulu was an icon of Telugu Pride said TTD Chief Museum Officer Sri Krishna Reddy. 

Participating in the grand Sri Potti Sriramulu Jayanti fete held at Annamacharya Kala Mandira on Saturday as chief guest, he said Sriramulu was influenced by Mahatma Gandhi teachings and joined Sabarmati ashram and there onwards went to jail after Sslt and Quit India agitations. 

After several assignments as director of Gandhi Trust and a campaign for Dalit temple entry, he launched hunger satyagraha at Bulusu Sambamurthy home on Royapetah Road in Madras till his death. 

Speaking later CPRO DrT Ravi said the non-violent method adopted by him became a road model in the formation of linguistic states. 

Earlier several TTD employees also spoke and paid floral tributes to his portrait.

DyEO Welfare Department Smt Snehalata presided over the function attended by large number of employees. 


Issuance of Annaprasadam Tokens Through PoS Machine

TTD JEO Sri Veerabraham on Wednesday started the issuance of tokens through the PoS machine for distribution of Annaprasadam.

The distribution of free Annaprasadam at Sri Govindaraja Swamy temple in Tirupati has started last week by TTD.

These machines have been installed under the auspices of the IT department of TTD to issue about 2000 per day to devotees.

FACAO Sri. Balaji, IT GM Sri. LM. Sandeep and others participated in this program.

Impressive Vocal Music in Kapila Thirtham

On the sixth day of the ongoing Sri Kapileswara Swamy annual Brahmotsavam, the music and dance programs organized by Sri Venkateswara College of Music and Dance and Sri Venkateswara Nadaswaram and Dolu School on Wednesday night were impressive.

As part of this, on the stage set up in the temple premises, the lecturers and students of the vocal department of the college, Smt. Srishailaja, along with her group of disciples, sang many Sankeertans in a melodious manner that included Vinayaka Stuti....., Brahmamurari Surarchita Lingam..., Garuda Gamana Tava... etc. They were supported by Sri Chennayya on violin and Sri Ramesh on mridangam.

Later, the Head of the college violin department, Dr. KV. Krishna's instrumental music enthralled the devotees accompanied by Sri Shankar on mridangam and Sri Raghuram on Ghatam.  After that, there was a Bharatanatyam performance by Sro. Prasad, an alumni of the college.

In this program, the principal of the college Dr.  Uma Mudubala, other faculty, students and devotees participated.


All India Co-Operative Week Clebrations Observed

The TTD management is keen to support the development of TTD employees co-operative bank jointly asserted TTD board member Sri Yanadaiah and EO Sri Veerabrahmam.

Participating in the 70th All India Co-operative Week celebrations organised at SVETA Bhavan on Friday evening under the aegis of the TTD employees cooperative bank they complimented the team for sustaining the popularity and credibility of the Bank since its inception in 1939.

Addressing later they highlighted all the employee-friendly initiatives of TTD management led by Chairman Sri Bhumana Karunakar Reddy and EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy.

Besides declaring all support to bank activities like scholarships to meritorious children of employees and financial support to families of deceased employees, they wished the bank to continue to do wonders in cooperative sector.

They also distributed prizes to winners of Quiz contest held for the children of employees. They gave away silver medals for students who excelled in Tenth, Inter, degree classes besides extra-curricular activities.

TTD Employees Bank President Sri C.Kiran, Vice President Sri A Vasu, Treasurer Sri Muni Venkata Reddy, Directors  Sri G Ventatesam, Sri K Gunasekar, Sri Siva Kumar, Smt Hemlata and TTD employees were also present.


Walkways for To Overcome Human - Animal Conflict in the Long Run - Wildlife Chief Warden of AP

The intention of both the State Government and TTD is to make the footpath routes to Tirumala safe zones for pedestrian pilgrims and at the same time protecting the interest of wildlife, said the Wildlife Chief Warden of Andhra Pradesh, Sri Y Madhusudhan Reddy.

Speaking to media persons at Annamaiah Bhavan in Tirumala on Tuesday, the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests [WL] said, he had discussed in length with the TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy about the short term and long-term plans to overcome the Human-Animal conflict in the Tirumala footpath routes and ghat roads. Elaborating further he said, after the leopard attack on Lakshita, a six-year old girl, both the forest and TTD have spruced up the measures along the footpath routes and especially in the Alipiri Footpath route in a big way. "We have placed 20 hi-fi real time cameras and another 300 camera traps all along the Seventh mile and Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple and caught hold of five leopards and shifted them to SV Zoo Park. Also procuring 500 nos. advanced sim based real time camera traps. Due to several food establishments along the Alipiri footpath route, the animals like deer, wild pigs, dogs are coming for these food wastes which are in turn prompting the wild cats and other beasts like sloth bear. So restrictions  were imposed on eateries. Joint measures like sending the pilgrims in a troupe of 100 with security guards, allowing children to walk along footpath only upto 2pm, movement of two wheelers along ghat roads from 6am to 6pm will continue till the things turn to normalcy", he added.

The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests also said, as a long term measure "Elevated Walkways" have been suggested. The Seshachala Ranges are a treasure house of flora and fauna and rich scenic beauty. These walkways not only enable the pedestrian walkers to experience the natural beauties but also provide free passage to wildlife without obstructing their natural movements", he further added. 

Chief Conservator of Forests Sri Nageswara Rao, Deputy CF of TTD Sri Srinivasulu were also present.


Rotarians join in ‘Tri Colour Walk’ on the eve of 77th Indian Independence Day at Necklace Road!

Hyderabad, August 13th, 2023
: Rotarians from across Telangana, Twin Cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, from Guntur and Prakasam, in Andhra Pradesh joined in unique ‘Tri Colour Walk’ on the eve of the 77th Indian Independence Day, today at the Thrill City, Necklace Road. Chief Guest Rotarian Dr Shankar Reddy Busireddy, District Governor 2023-24, RI District 3150; flagged off the human chain rally with 100 meters Indian flag, amidst celebratory enthusiasm and patriotic fervor displayed by the participants in an electric atmosphere, during the rally. The rally signified Rotary International’s initiatives providing continuous succor to the needy sections of the society and creating Hope in the World.


Rotary International District 3150, comprising of the Rotary Club Secunderabad West; Rotary Club Jubilee Hills; Rotary Club Hyd Legend; Rotary Club Megacity; Rotary Club Hyderabad Pride; Rotary Club Sanikpuri; Rotary Club Himayathnagar; Rotary Club Miyapur; Rotary Club Hyderabad Crusaders and others; organized the walk.


It’s a moment filled with immense sense of pride and joy as the nation celebrates the remarkable accomplishments over the past 76 years. The Tri Colour Walk hosted by Rotary International offered the current generation a valuable opportunity to reflect on the sacrifices, dedication, and the unwavering determination of our forefathers, who fought tirelessly for the independence. As Rotarians let us continue to do more and more projects to benefit the community and create hope in the world, says Dr Shankar Reddy Busireddy.


Rotary International District 3150, is involved in several charitable initiatives including construction of more than 100 schools and 100 plus toilets in the recent times. Set up four Dialasys Centers, one Blood Bank, one Mobile Eye Hospital, one Palliative Care Unit Sparsh, three Artificial Limb Centers, one Color Doppler Unit MNJ Cancer hospital, one Cataract Surgery Unit at Pushpagiri hospital, one Pediatric Heart Surgery Unit at NIMS Hyderabad, one Skin Bank at Osmania Hospital, among innumerable other projects in the recent past alone.


TTD Chairman Inagurates Feed Mixing Plant at SV Gosala

With an aim to produce healthy bovines, TTD has set up a feed mixing plant in SV Gosala at Tirupati which was inaugurated by TTD Chairman Sri YV Subba Reddy along with TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy on Friday.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman said, this would helps not only producing healthy calves, but also enhancing the quantity of milk produce.

He said, the SV Veterinary University along with America based New Tech Bio Sciences Institution, has come out with three point formula to manufacture hygienic fodder for the cattle and inked a pact on the same.

TTD along with a firm has constructed a Feed Mixing Plant at a cost of Rs.11crores in SV Goshala which is inaugurated and henceforth the fodder will be produced for the cattle. So that this would help in enhancing the milch capacity of bovines by 10-15% and we can generate 4000 litres of milk that is required for the needs of TTD in SV Gosala itself, he added. 

TTD Board Member Sri Pokala Ashok Kumar, JEO for Health and Education Smt Sada Bhargavi, CE Sri Nageswara Rao, SVVU Vice-Chancellor Sri Padmanabha Reddy, SV Gosala Director Dr Harinatha Reddy and others were present.