Mantralaya Mutt seer offers prayers in Tirumala temple

TTD EO Dr K S Jawahar Reddy presenting prasadam to Sri Subudendra Theertha Swamiji in Tirumala on Wednesday
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TTD EO Dr K S Jawahar Reddy presenting prasadam to Sri Subudendra Theertha Swamiji in Tirumala on Wednesday

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Hails TTD’s move to open Vaikunta Dwaram for 10 days

Tirumala: The 45th Pontiff of Mantralaya Sri Raghavendra Swamy Mutt of Kurnool, Sri Subudendra Theertha Swamiji has offered prayers in the temple of Lord Venkateswara here on Wednesday.

Earlier on his arrival, he was received with traditional Isthika Phal honours (Pedda Maryada) amidst chanting of Veda Mantras at the sacred fig tree located near Old Annaprasadam Complex. After offering prayers to Bedi Anjaneya Swamy temple, he was led to Tirumala temple. He was

welcomed and accompanied by TTD EO Dr K S Jawahar Reddy and Additional EO A V Dharma Reddy.

Speaking to media persons outside the Tirumala temple, after darshan of Lord Venkateswara, he said the bond between Tirumala temple and Mantralaya Mutt has been continuing for a long time. "Mantralaya Mutt established by Sadguru Sri Raghavendra Swami has been following and preaching the tenets of Dvaita Siddhanta advocated by Sri Madhwacharya. Lord Venkateswara is the Kula Daiva of Sri Raghavendra

Swamy. We are continuing the tradition of visiting Tirumala temple every year and offering prayers to Lord. With the blessings of the Supreme Lord, the world will be free from Corona pandemic soon," he asserted.

Adding further, he hailed the decision of TTD board and mandarins to open Vaikunta Dwaram for ten days starting from Vaikuntha Ekadasi. "This decision has been taken by TTD after consulting the Peetadhipathi, Agama scholars and all the religious stalwarts. There is no deviation of Agama Shastra and a laudable decision in the larger interests of the pilgrims,'' he maintained.

Earlier, the Pontiff also participated in the Rig Veda Parayanam by the temple Veda pandits at Ranganayakula Mandapam in Tirumala temple.

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