BHAGAVAT GITA PARAYANAM TO REACH EVERY HOUSEHOLD SOON _ కోవిడ్ మూడో వేవ్ ముప్పు తప్పితే కౌంటర్లలో సర్వదర్శనం టోకెన్లు : డయల్ యువర్ ఈవోలో టిటిడి ఈవో డాక్టర్ కెఎస్.జవహర్రెడ్డి
HINDI AND KANNADA SVBC READY TO GO AIR ON G-DAY
TIRUMALA, 01 OCTOBER 2021: Apart from the present Telugu and Tamil SVBC, the Kannada and Hindi channels are set to go on air from October 11 on the auspicious day of Garuda Seva for the sake of nation as well global wide devotees, said TTD EO Dr KS Jawahar Reddy.
While receiving the calls from pilgrim callers as a part of monthly Dial your EO program held at Annamayya Bhavan in Tirumala on Friday, a caller Sri Umesh from Hyderabad suggested EO to ensure that Bhagavat Gita Parayanam reach every household across the country and also be brought in the form of CDs.
Answering the caller, EO said, already the CDs are under preparation and is also available in On-line. He said with the launch of SVBC Kannada and Hindi channels on October 11, the Gita Parayanam will reach every household across India with the Sub-titles of that particular language.
When three pilgrim callers, Smt Krishnaveni from Chittoor, Smt Padmavathi from East Godavari, Sri Naresh from Nizamabad brought to the notice of EO that the names of their kin were not displayed in Satamanam Bhavati program on SVBC, the EO said as many applications are being received for this half an our slot program, the concerned officials could not able to accommodate all. However, he said, he will discuss with the officials on this issue soon.
Sri Harinath from Madanapalle and Sri Govindarajan from Chennai complained EO on not receiving Sapthagiri Magazine. Answering the callers, the EO said, some technical issue is involved in the issuing of Magazine through postal department due to lack of RIN (Registered Identity Number) which is sorted out recently. “Soon you will get the magazine. However the online edition is available even now”, he added.
Sri Nagaraja Rao from Hyderabad brought to the notice of EO about the menace of flies during Pravachanams at Nada Neerajanam to which EO said will be sorted out by spraying Sanitizers.
Another caller Sri Kesavachari from Madanapalle sought EO to look into the pending development activities related to Mahagopuram and arches in Kosuvaripalle temple from the past 12 years to which EO replied these works will be completed soon as already some special officers have been drafted to take care of all the taken over temples.
When Sri Bhupati from Chittoor brought to the notice of EO about the poor quality of camphor at TTD coconut stall opposite temple, EO said the problem will be immediately looked into and sorted out by the officials concerned.
Sri Nageswara Rao from Hyderabad sought EO to teach Jyothishyam also via SVBC to people to which EO said already all slots in SVBC are tight with many spiritual programmes. However he said he will discuss with concerned officials and take a decision on the suggestion.
A total of 23 callers have given their feedback to EO on various issues which also included online tickets, seva, covid norms, Nadaneerajanam programmes etc. in the one-hour long programme.
Additional EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy, JEOs Smt Sada Bhargavi, Sri Veerabrahmaiah, CVSO Sri Gopinath Jatti, CE Sri Nageswara Rao, SVBC CEO Sri Suresh Kumar and other senior officers were also present.
ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER, TTDs TIRUPATI