Manyamkonda Venkateshwara Swami Brahmotsavam begins
As part of the Bramhostavam, hundreds of thousands of devotees thronged the hill shrine Temple in Manyamkonda to take darshan of Venkateshwara swami. Lord Sri Venkateshwara Swami Brahmotsavam commenced at Manyamkonda Temple here on Wednesday.
Mahbubnagar: As part of the Bramhostavam, hundreds of thousands of devotees thronged the hill shrine Temple in Manyamkonda to take darshan of Venkateshwara swami. Lord Sri Venkateshwara Swami Brahmotsavam commenced at Manyamkonda Temple here on Wednesday.
The Manyamkonda Temple which is more than 100 years old has a history since ages and it is regarded as the second Tirupati. Many devotees who could not visit Tirupati for the darshan of lord Venkateshwara in Tirupati visit Manyamkonda to pay their prayer and take darshan of Lord Venkateshwara Swami.
As part of providing more facilities at the Manyamkonda temple which is located about 10 kilometres from Mahbubnagar, the local MLA Srinivas goud has promised to construct 70 residential quarters for the devotees and also get funds for the construction of a Kalyana Mandapam. “The government is giving highest priority for development of Temples in the State.
As part of this we are planning to develop all kinds of facilities in Manyamkonda for which we are going to ask the government to allocate adequate funds in the coming budget. Earlier governments have totally neglected the Endowment Department but present TRS government is releasing more funds for the development of temples and initiating works on war footing,” said the MLA while refereeing to development of Yadadri, Vemulavaada and Bhadradri and Alampur Jogulamba temples in the State.
For the first time Annnadaanam programme was launched by MLA Srinivas Goud where the visiting devotes will get free food. “Our wish is to develop Manyamkonda as second Tirupati and will ensure adequate funds be released for taking up various development activities at the temple,” said the MLA while launching the Annadanam programme.