DEVOTEES HAIL CULTURAL DISPLAY AT PAT BTU
By TTD News On 2 Dec, 2016 At 08:55 PM | Categorized As Brahmotsavams

· Feast of bhakti music, dance, discourses and Harikathas

· TTD cultural wings- HDPP, Annamacharya project, Dasa Sahitya Project, SV College of Music and Dance participate

· Daily events at Asthana Mandapam and Shilparamam @Tiruchanoor, Mahati auditorium and Annamacharya Kalamandir @Tirupati.

Tiruchnaoor, 2 December 2016: The devotional and bhakti display through cultural activities in the ongoing Kartheeka Brahmotsavam of Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple at Tiruchanoor has received ecstatic response from the devotees.

The various wings of the TTD like the HDPP, Annamacharya Project, Dasa Sahitya Project, Alwar Divya Prabandha Project and SV Music and Dance College have put up cultural activities like dances, bhakti music, folk arts and religious discourses for benefit of devotees for Brahmotsavam.

The activities like Mangaladwani, Veda Parayanam were held at Asthana Mandapam, Tiruchanoor in the morning hours. Later Dharmic discourse was performed by Smt Muktapu Bharati of Hyderabad followed by Bhakti music by Sri NC Sridevi troupe of Hyderabad.

In the afternoon Smt J Krishnakumar of Annamacharya project, Tirupati performed Harikatha and K Jyothirmaya team conducted devotional music.

This was followed by bhakti music program of Smt K Vishalakshmi and R Sushila troup of Annamacharya project, Tirupati and Achuyta Manasa team of Visakhapatnam.

Similarly at the Mahati kalakshetram of Tirupati, the P Shanti Lakshmi team performed a dance ballet titled Lakshmi Avirbhavam. Group song by SV Music and Dance college students at Annamacharya Kala Mandir and dance program by P Tripuravalli team of Tirupati.

At the Shilparamam of Tiruchanoor the Annamacharya project artist P Annaporna and her troupe regaled the devotees with bhakti sangeet,

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