“Budget Festival” Observed in Tirumala

“Budget Festival” Observed in Tirumala

TOOK CELESTIAL RIDE ON PUSHPA PALLAKI IN THE EVENING TIRUMALA: The temple management of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams had observed its unique “Budget Festival”-Anivara Asthanam on Saturday in a ceremonial manner. SIGNIFICANCE OF ANIVARA ASTHANAM: Anivara Asthanam is the annual festival of the Temple Accounts, usually observed in the month of “Ani”(tamil) or Karakataka month(Cancer). The uniqueness about this festival is that the previous year’s accounts of the office are presented before the deity by the principal officers and are taken back to signify that the ‘Lord’ finds the officers fit enough to hold their respective offices. The keys…

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Gift Sent to Tirumala Will be Offered to the Deities on Saturday

Gift Sent to Tirumala Will be Offered to the Deities on Saturday

Tirupati: Srirangam Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple on Friday sent temple gifts to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams to mark the annual ‘Anivara Asthanam’ celebrations. The gift will be offered to the deities in Tirumala on Saturday. The gift which was sent to Tirumala includes holy clothes, fruits and garlands.  

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TIRUMALA TEMPLE GEARS UP FOR “BUDGETING FESTIVAL” ON JULY 16

TIRUMALA TEMPLE GEARS UP FOR “BUDGETING FESTIVAL” ON JULY 16

PUSHPA PALLAKI ON THE SAME DAY EVENING KOIL ALWAR TIRUMANAJANAM ON JULY 12 TIRUMALA: Every day is a festival in the abode of Lord Venkateswara. But the hill shrine is getting ready to celebrate its unique “Budget Festival”-Anivara Asthanam on July 16. Anivara Asthanam is the annual festival of the Temple Accounts, usually observed in the month of “Ani”(tamil) or Karakataka month(Cancer). IMPORTANT FETE IN DAKSHINAYANAM: This is one of the most important annual festivals among the series of festival that are being observed with religious pomp and gaiety every year in…

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