Andhra Pradesh

TTD EO: temple inauguration in Hyderabad on March 13

‘Board has resolved to construct a complex at Alipiri’

The newly-constructed temple of Lord Venkateswara in Hyderabad will be traditionally inaugurated on March 13. The temple is being built on a sprawling 3.7 acres of land in the prime Jubilee Hills locality at a cost of ₹14 crore.

Speaking to the media, TTD Executive Officer Anilkumar Singhal on Friday profusely thanked Chief Minister N. Chandrababu naidu for waiving off the cost of the land (25 acres) allotted to the première religious institution in the capital city of Amaravati.

The construction of the new temple shall commence on a full-fledged scale from February10.

Earlier anchoring the Dial TTD EO programme, he said that the board has resolved to construct a mammoth complex consisting of over 2,000 rooms at Alipiri, the gateway to Tirumala. No grace time can be provided to pilgrims in the allotment of cottages as the entire procedure has been computerised .

Reacting to the Dharma Porata Deeksha launched by the residents of Tirumala , Mr. Singhal said that justice will be done to deserving families.

Online quota

Meanwhile, the management has also released the online quota of 70,786 arjitha seva tickets for May. Of these, while 11,486 tickets pertaining to pre-dawn rituals and certain premier sevas will be made by way of online electronic dip system the rest 59,300 tickets can be availed under the general category.

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