Release of e-Version of TTD publications on the cards

Published: 29th July 2013 09:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th July 2013 09:22 AM   |  A+A-

With an aim to promote Hindu Sanatana Dharma, the TTD on Sunday took various decisions including releasing of electronic version of the TTD publications and several others.

TTD chairman K Bapiraju and executive officer MG Gopal reviewed the various projects run by the TTD for the promotion of Hindu Sanatana Dharma at Annamaiah Bhavan in Tirumala on Sunday.

Some important decisions were taken which would give enough publicity to each and every project of the Sri Venkateswara Bhakti channel.

To reach to the global pilgrims, it was also decided to come up with simultaneous electronic version of TTD publications, the TTD officials said.

It was also decided that the Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad (HDPP) would submit a list of current and future activities of the wing during every board meeting for proper monitoring and suggestions.

The TTD has also decided that the grading of Annamacharya Project need to be re-organised and the categorisation should take place under the aegis of an eminent musicians.

“It was also decided to publish Sapthagiri magazine in Sanskrit also. Initially it would start with publishing some articles in Sanskrit,’’ an official release said.

Another important decision was to extend the services of Srivari Sevaks to Tirupati.

The TTD also wants the works of Harivansh and Raja Kainkaryam projects to be completed within stipulated time.

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