Sankranti Celebrations at Naravaripalle
Naravaripalle, the native village of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu was filled with fun and frolic on Sunday a day ahead of Sankranti festivities on Sunday
Tirupati: Naravaripalle, the native village of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu was filled with fun and frolic on Sunday a day ahead of Sankranti festivities on Sunday.
The family members of CM including his wife N Bhuvaneswari, her sisters Lokeswari, Uma Maheswari, daughter-in-law Brahmani and grandson Devansh have reached the village late on Saturday night. While Naidu is scheduled to reach the village on Monday morning, other family members started the ‘Sambaralu’ on Sunday itself. Bhuvaneswari, Brahmani, Devansh and others went round the village and visited ‘Rangoli’ competitions organised by Child and Women welfare Department, along with traditional games and other minor sports.
The villagers cheerfully received them and actively participated in Rangoli competitions, judged by Bhuvaneswari. Sports events like musical chair, tug of war, ballon blasting, one leg wrestling and others were also held in which children and youth took part with joy. Throughout the competitons, Devansh became the main attraction for the villagers. They visited the nutritious food stalls arranged by ICDS and inaugurated the health camp organised by SVIMS.
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