CM Orderd to Take Back the Decision of Closing Tirumala temple

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Andhra Pradesh Rulling Party on Tuesday coordinated the Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam (TTD) board to turn around the decision to close Tirumala sanctuary for 9 days – I.e from ninth to seventeenth August. The Chief Minister has requested the TTD to not close the temple totally in perspective of ‘Mahasamprokshana’ that comes once in like 12 years.

We effectively revealed that Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam has influenced the exciting declaration after a crisis to executive gathering a week ago. The choice to keep the sanctuary close for nine days welcomed the fierceness of head clerics, Hindu associations, explorers over the world and furthermore resistance parties.

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In this way, the CM solicited Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam to permit set number from pioneers for regular darshan, until the point that the Mahasamprokshanam is done. The resistance parties in state, including BJP and YSRCP, took a solid debate to the end design and claimed scheme in Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam’s choice.

The Chief Minister of state requested that Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam play out the ceremonies according to Hindu Agama Sashtram and take after every one of the customs amid the Mahasamprokshana time frame. Additionally, the Telugu Desam Party Chief guided the board to ensure nobody is sitting tight in long lines for load’s darshan.

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