BRAHMOTSAVAM SPECIAL_ ELECTRICAL ILLUMINATIONS HEIGHTEN SPIRITUAL ENVIRONMENT FOR BRAHMOTSAVAMS
Tirumala,September 19: As one entered the hill shrine of Tirumala the massive electrical bill boards depicting the images of mythological deities particularly the avatars of Sri Vishnu will enthrall them with a rich devotional and spiritual environment .
Some of them are 70 feet high and one near the CRO is a replica of the Sanctum (Ananda Nilayam) of Srivari Temple is bewitching.Some of them were also donated by devotees.As one walked around the Mada streets or watched from Akhandam one would see massive LED’s and lighted models of God and Goddesses around the massive court yard of Srivari Temple.All were designed and put up by the TTD engineers with a dedicated devotion to make the event -nine day Brahmotsavam a grand success. ‘We deployed nearly 212 persons for almost three months ‘ to put up the show ‘says a senior TTD official.
In a major drive to magnify the spiritual quotient among the devotees coming for the Brahmotsavams, the TTD has put up massive decorative electrical installations , some of 70 feet height with the theme of devotion to Lord Venkateswara.’We have 42 such electrical bill boards all around the Sacred Four Mada streets ‘ says Sri who is Divisional Engineer ( electricity) TTD.
TTD has put up electrical LED/specially illuminated arches, cut outs at all important junctions and locations in entire Tirumala at a cost of nearly1.60 crores for enhancing the devotional environment of Tirumala Some of the illuminations were also donated by philanthropists .
Prominent among the illuminations include- Lakshmi with Kalasham,Sri Krishnudu with cow,Lord Srinivasa with Elephant,Shesha Maha Vishnu,Dashavataralu,Dehame Devalayam, Brahma. We have put up more illuminations with the objective of providing a devotional environment to pilgrims in and around Tirumala so that they go back with profound memories of the Brahmotsavam festival” says the EO Sri D Sambashiv Rao.
ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TTDs TIRUPATI