Tirumala accommodation process to be shifted to Tirupati soon: EO

TTD Executive Officer AV Dharma Reddy said that the process of accommodating the rooms to Tirumala devotees would soon be carried out from Tirupati

AV Dharma Reddy

AV Dharma Reddy

TIRUMALA: The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Executive Officer AV Dharma Reddy on Sunday said that the process of accommodating the rooms to Tirumala devotees would soon be carried out from Tirupati. Holding 'Dial Your EO' programme on Sunday, Dharma Reddy has briefed on the various activities carried out in September and the Salakatla Brahmotsavams.

On this occasion, the EO lauded the efforts of the TTD staff, police, the district administration and all other departments in peacefully conducting the Brahmotsavams. He also thanked the devotees for their cooperation in every way.

Referring to the conduct of the Brahmotsavams, The EO said that Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy presented the silk robes to the presiding deity followed by the inauguration of the Parakamani building and launch of TTD diaries and calendars. He said that 1,906 performers, belonging to 91 art groups from seven states under the auspices of Hindu charitable organisations, presented various art forms and entertained the devotees.

Dharma Reddy promised that the VIP break darshan timing would be shifted from morning to 10 am and implemented on an experimental basis. He asserted that the Brahmotsavams would be conducted in various cities so that the devotees from the other regions could witness the rituals being performed at the Tirumala. He said the Vaibhavotsavams would be held at the NTR stadium in Hyderabad from October 11 to October 15.

Putting forth the details of the September month, the EO said that 21.12 devotees took part in darshans at Tirumala in the last month fetching a whopping Rs. 122.19 crores of income through the hundi collections. He said that 98.74 lakh Tirumala laddus were sold and 44.71 lakhs devotees received anna prasadam.

JEOs Sada Bhargavi and Veerabraham, CVSO Narasimha Kishore and others participated in the Dial Your EO programme.

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