Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Subhapradam camps for students begin

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Subhapradam camps for students begin
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There was an overwhelming response to the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams annual Subhapradam programme organised in association with the Hindu Prachara Parishad at Durga Prasad School near Munsib Junction at Jagannaickpur on Sunday. Contrary to expectations, the girls outnumbered boys in the enrolment at the week-long residential programme. 

Kakinada: There was an overwhelming response to the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams annual Subhapradam programme organised in association with the Hindu Prachara Parishad at Durga Prasad School near Munsib Junction at Jagannaickpur on Sunday. Contrary to expectations, the girls outnumbered boys in the enrolment at the week-long residential programme.

  • The programme includes seven days of discourse on moral, human and ethical values as laid down in Hindu scriptures
  • The students will also receive books which will help them enrich their knowledge of the code of ethics

A total of 290 girls enroled for the training programme which is aimed at propagating moral and ethical values among the adolescents. Addressing the gathering, DSP (Traffic) Satyanarayana expressed happiness over the parents inculcating in their daughter's moral values, spiritual attitude, besides love, affection and respect towards parents and gurus.

Speaking further, he said, “No school teaches ethical values. Even parents do not have the time to inculcate human values in their children. We hope to make the students aware of their tradition and religious practices at this summer camp.” Member of Dharma Prachara Pracharak Prasad said, “Teaching beyond the academic syllabus as a part of its summer camp Subhapradam, has been the aim of Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam.”

The programme includes seven days of discourse on moral, human and ethical values as laid down in Hindu scriptures, he added. “The students will also receive books which will help them enrich their knowledge of the code of ethics. It is a way of making the teachings of scriptures and mythology accessible to the young minds,” he explained.

He said that the students will get the travel allowance to attend the residential programme. School principal Durga Prasad thanked the TTD for conducting Subhapradam in the school hostel. School president Sitadevi assured the institution’s support to conduct such programmes. Teachers and students of the school were present.

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