Tirumala, 15 October 2015: It is crescendo of devotional elixir at Tirumala during the ongoing Navaratri Brahmotsavams.Pilgrims coming to hill shrine were privy to a jugalbandi of devotional music in form of ballads,dances, folk music and discourses.

> The euphoric cultural activities were lined up at premier auditoriums of Mahati,Annamayya Kala Kendra and Shilparamam in temple town of Tirupati and the open air amphi theater of Nada Niranjanam and Asthana Mandapam at Tirumala.The devotional and dharmic wings of TTD-Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad,Annamayya Project and Dasasahitya Project have got up the troupes and artisans from all over Telangana,AP and all India states.

> At Mahati this morning artists from Repalle in Guntur Dr. Muvva Vrushadripati presented dharmic discourse and later in the evening the Chennai artists Vasudha Keshav rendered Annamayya Keertans. Later in the evening the popular Hyderabad brohters- Seshachari and Raghavachari presented Karnataka gathra music

> At the Shilparamam on the Trichanoor road, Kuchipudi artists from Siddhendra Kuchipudi Natrya academy presented stellar performance.

> At the Asthana Mandapam in Tirumala it was a feast for bhakti music rendered by Raichur Sheshagiri Das and later a discourse by Kumudavalli of Vijayawada.
> TTD has roped in artists,dancers, folk artists etc to present their talents at the various venues of Tirumala and Tirupati to present their skills and enthrall the devotees who have come for the nine day festival of Navaratri Brahmotsavams. The devotees in the Four Mada streets were also exposed to such cultural feast presented by the TTD.