“DEVOUT SERVICE IS DEITY’S SERVICE”-TTD EO
SURVEY WITH SRIVARI SEVAKULU PROVED TO BE A SUCCESS
YOU ARE THE AMBASSADORS OF HINDU DHARMA
Tirumala, 18 Dec. 15: TTD EO Dr D Sambasiva Rao called upon the Srivari Sevakulu to be the torch bearers of Hindu Sanatana Dharma and participate in the devout service in a big way even in their respective areas and receive the blessings of almighty.
Addressing the srivari seva volunteers as prelude to gear them up to render impeccable services to multitude of visiting pilgrims on the twin important occasions of December 21 and 22, the EO said, the srivari sevakulu are doing great service to the fellow pilgrims. To enhance your services, we will be commencing training to you soon with Satya Sai seva organisation and other like minded service organisations”, he added.
SURVEY WITH SEVAKULU:
Apart from your regular services, we are also making use of your services for survey for the betterment of the administration and we secured positive results too. “The sevakulu are offering excellent services in Laddu counters. Very soon we will also conduct a survey on your problems including accommodation etc. and try to provide you better amenities. You should also render services in your area temples also like you do the same in Tirumala. You are the brand ambassadors of Hindu Sanatana Dharma”, he added.
KEEP THE PREMISES CLEAN:DR SHERMISTHA
Earlier in her address, the TTD Health Officer Dr Shermistha said, Srivari Sevakulu should create awareness among the pilgrims to better utilise the Red and Green bins. “Tirumala is known for cleanliness and good hygiene. Protecting the environs is also your responsibility in guiding the pilgrims”, she added.
ANNAPRASADAM SHOULD BE SERVED WITHOUT WASTAGE:
Meanwhile Annaprasadam DyEO Sri S Venugopal told the sevakulu to serve food to the pilgrims without wastage. “During these two days we have a hectic schedule ahead and you should render services to the pilgrims with enhanced spirit”, he said.
Assistant PRO Ms P Neelima presided over the meeting to which over 2700 sevakulu hailing from AP, TS, TN, Karnataka, Kerala, Kolkata, Jharkand, Maharastra and Orissa took part.
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