EXTENSIVE ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR VAIKUNTA EKADASI DARSHAN AT BANGALORE SV TEMPLE LOCATED 16th CROSS VAYALI KAVAL IN MALLESWARAM _ బెంగళూరులోని మల్లేశ్వరం వయాలికావల్ వద్ద ఉన్న శ్రీ వేంకటేశ్వర స్వామి ఆలయంలో వైకుంఠ ఏకాదశికి విస్తృత ఏర్పాట్లు ￼
Bengaluru,17 December 2022: The Bengaluru local advisory committee chairman Sri Ravi Sampat Narayana said on Saturday that extensive arrangements are being made for Vaikunta Ekadasi Darshan to a large number of devotees at SV temple in Bengaluru.
Addressing a media conference at TTD Information Center along with DyEO Sri Gunabhushan Reddy on Saturday, Sri Narayana said that on Vaikunta Ekadasi day, Darshan would begin at 2.00am and all daily kaikaryas will be performed as per Vaikhanasa Agama traditions only.
He said separate queue lines are being organised for VIPs, ₹200 Special Darshan, Sarva Darshan and appealed to VIPs to come at their allotted time slots as Sarva Darshan is allowed during other time slots.
He appealed to devotees that on Vaikunta Ekadasi day the Srivari Darshan will commence at 2am and continue till 11 pm. The devotees who could not visit Tirumala on Vaikunta Ekadasi day could have Srivari Darshan at Bangalore itself.
Among others floral and electrical decorations, parking facility at Malleswaram Public Garden, Shelter from varied weather conditions, signboards to be displayed etc. were also briefed.
He said cultural, Dharmic and Bhakti sangeet programmes will be held by the artists of HDPP besides TTD calendars, diaries and laddus are made available for sale.
MLC Sri Saravana, TTD PRO Dr T.Ravi, Bengaluru local advisory committee vice Chairman Sri Adiga Radhakrishna, Secretary Sri Bhaktavatsala Reddy, Treasurer Sri Ramesh Reddy, members Smt Vasantha Kavitha, Sri Babu Reddy, Smt Geeta Rammohan, Sri Venkatesh Reddy, Smt Renuka, Sri Lallesh Reddy, Deputy EEs Sri Sarvesh, Sri Parasuram, Superintendent Smt Jayanti were also present. Later the Dy EO along with other officials inspected the Q lines, parking place etc.,
ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER, TTDs TIRUPATI