TTD WOMENS COLLEGE ORGANISES RECORD FETE IN “SRI VAISHNAVA BHAKTI TATVAM”
STUDENTS SHOULD BE ENLIGHTENED IN SANATANA DHARMA TO SUSTAIN OUR LEGACY”-SRI N MUKTHESWARA RAO
Tirupati, 31 August 2016: In what is considered as a rare fete, the 64 year old TTD-run Sri Padmavathi Womens’ Degree and PG college has organised a 12-hour non-stop National Seminar in “Sri Vaishnava Bhakti Tatvam” on Wednesday.
Ttd All Projects Special Officer Sri N Muktheswara Rao who participated in this fete jointly organised by the SPWDPG College and Alwar Divya Prabandha Project of TTD as a part of the Sri Ramanujacharya Millennium fete, addressing the girl students and women scholars said, “In order to sustain the legacy of our rich heritage and culture, students should be enlightened on the principles and ethics of Hindu Sanatana Dharma. For this, seminars of this kind are very useful.
Smt. Jyotishmati Sambasiva Rao, college principal Dr Gnanakumari, Alwar Divya Prabandha Project co-ordinator Sri Chokkalingam, programme Convenor Dr Krishnaveni, Art of Living representative Dr Padmavathi, Telugu Bhashodyama Samiti chief Smt Sreedevi also spoke on the importance of the fete during this occasion. They called upon the students to acquire the knowledge in our epics and on great personalities who strived for the legacy of our Sanatana Dharma.
SEMINARS ON VARIOUS EPICS
Meanwhile seminars took place under the presidentship of various eminent women scholars for twelve hours from 8am till 8pm.
This includes, Ramayana under Prof.Muniratnamma between 8am to 10am, Mahabharata, under Prof.Rajeswari between 10am to 12 noon, Bhagavatha under Prof. Madhujyothi between 12noon to 2pm, on Bhagavat Ramanujacharyulu between 2pm to 4pm under Dr Krishnaveni, on Tallapaka Annamacharyulu by Prof.Usharani between 4pm and 6pm, on Tarigonda Vengamamba by Prof Saileswari between 6pm and 8pm.
The representatives of Telugu Book of Records and Wonder Book of Records also took part in the fete and observed the event.
ISSUED BY TTDs PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TIRUPATI