TTD releases posters for Brahmotsavams

Published: 13th September 2013 07:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th September 2013 07:39 AM   |  A+A-

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) chairman Kanumuri Bapiraju on Thursday said that all necessary arrangements are being made for the annual Brahmotsavams scheduled to begin from October 5.

Speaking to newsmen after releasing  posters on the various processions being taken out during the nine-day festival,  Bapiraju sought the co-operation between various departments of the TTD and government for smooth conduct of the religious festival.

“We have always conducted the religious processions of Lord Balaji in an appreciative manner and we hope to repeat the same. Arrangements are being made at a larger scale to provide hassle-free darshan to the pilgrims during the Brahmotsavams,” he said. 

TTD executive officer MG Gopal said that the staff and official machinery are working hard to conduct the festival in a grand manner.

Tirumala joint executive officer K S Srinivasa Raju, temple deputy EO Chinnamgari Ramana, chief vigilance and security officer GVG Ashok Kumar and additional FA&CAO O Balaji, temple Peishkar Selvam, Kesavaraju (Potu) and several other staff members were present.

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