FOUNDATION STONE LAID FOR SRI PADMAVATHI AMMAVARU TEMPLE AT CHENNAI
– GODDESS PADMAVATHI TO BESTOW PROSPERITY IN THE COUNTRY SAYS KANCHI PONTIFF
Tirumala, 13 Feb. 21: The foundation stone was laid ceremoniously for the construction of Goddess Sri Padmavati Ammavaru temple at GN Chettiyar street of T.Nagar in Chennai on Saturday morning.
The Kanchi Pontiff Sri Sri Sri Vijayendra Saraswati Swamy Shankaracharya performed the auspicious ritual amidst Mangala Vaidyam and Vedic mantras by Archakas and pundits.
The temple is to be built in the 34 cents (6 grounds) land worth ₹40 crores donated to TTD by yesteryear film actress Ms. Kanchana, Smt Girija Pandey, Mr KP Pandey, and Mr Ravibhushana Sharma of Chennai.
Earlier, as part of the event, Vishwaksena Aradhana and Ankurarpanam were performed on February 10 and Panchasukta Homam was conducted on February 11 and 12.
On Saturday morning the Kanchi Seer Performed the sacred Shankusthapana which included Purnahuti and installation of foundation pylon at the site.
GUDIKO GOMAATA LAUNCHED
Earlier the Kanchi pontiff also launched the TTD’s prestigious program of Gudiko-Gomata campaign in Tamilnadu wherein 8 pairs of cows and calves with new clothes and Harati were donated to 8 temples in the state of Tamilnadu.
Speaking on the occasion the Kanchi Pontiff in his Anugraha Bhashanam sought blessings of Goddess Padmavati to eradicate poverty across the country and bestow prosperity on all.
He said the TTD has successfully taken up the Gudiko-Gomata campaign as part of its agenda for the propagation of Sanatana Hindu Dharma.
TTD Chairman Mr. YV Subba Reddy, TTD EO Dr. KS Jawahar Reddy, Special Invitees of TTD board and TTD local advisory committee president Mr. Sekhar Reddy and MP Sri Vemireddy Prabhakar Reddy, TTD board members Smt Vemireddy Prashanti, Dr. M Nishita, Mr. Kumaraguru, and Mr. Govind Hari were present.
Temple Land donors, TTD CVSO Sri Gopinath Jatti, Chief Engineer Mr. Ramesh Reddy, SEs Sri Satyanarayana, Mr. Venkateswarlu, and members of the local advisory committee were also present.
Photo: Chennai, India, Feb 13, 2021: Kanchi Seer Bless with a flower during Bhoomi Pooja of Sri Padmavati Ammavari Temple in T.Nagar, on Saturday in the presence TTd Officials. Photo: Seshadri SUKUMAR
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