Amaravati SV Temple in Two Years
AMARAVATHI, 31 January 2019: The ultimate lord of Kaliyuga is Lord Venkateswara and the temple of the Supreme almighty is all set to come up in Amaravathi in the next couple of years, said Sri N Chandra Bahu Naidu, the Honourable CM of Andhra Pradesh.
CM of the state took part in the Bhookarshanam and Beejaavapanam ceremony which took place in the auspicious Meena Lagnam between 9.15am to 9.40am in the village of Venkatapalem.
After the ceremony the CM addressed the huge gathering of devotees comprising local devotees, Srivari Seva volunteers, Dasa artistes, Hindu Dharma Prachara troupes from across the state of AP. He said the Temple of Sri Venkateswara Swamy in Venkatapalem will come up in next couple of years. The intention is to spread Venkateswara Bhakti cult across the country.
Temples have already come in to existence in Kurukshetra, Kanya kumari and are in offing at Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and also coming up in agency areas like Sitampeta, Parvathipuram, Rampachodavaram etc.
Adding further Babu said, "I feel blessed for having performed Bhoomipooja for the capital city of Andhra Pradesh, Amaravathi and for taking part in Bhookarshanam for Sri Venkateswara temple today".
Complimenting the services of Srivari sevakulu, the CM said, the volunteers are doing impeccable services at different places in Tirumala like in managing queue lines at Vaikuntham Complex, outside lines inside temple, at Anna prasadam complex, laddu counters, parakamani and at different places in Tirumala and Tirupati.
So far 6.33 lakh srivari Sevakulu from Andhra Pradesh have rendered service in Srivari Seva since 2000. The sevakulu should take forward the Hindu Sanatana Dharma ahead in future by taking part in dharmic services. A twin building for srivari sevakulu at Rs.100crores was also constructed by TTD. He said that Bhajana artistes from HDPP, Dasa Sahitya projects of TTD are also doing spiritual services by reciting keerthanalu.
The temple which is to come up in 25 acres of land in Amaravathi in the next two years at a cost of Rs.150 crores is going to be a prestigious one, Babu said.
News Posted: 31 January, 2019