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Buddha Purnima celebrations on May 4

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Buddha Purnima (Vesak) denoting the conception, edification and passing of Gautama Buddha would be commended on May 4 at Dhyana Buddha extend in Amaravathi. Joint Collector Ch. Sridhar told officers of the Tourism, Archeology and Social Welfare Departments to make all the game plans for the festivals.

Dr. Sridhar said that numerous Buddhist friars were relied upon to be available, give talks and recount antiquated verses.The whole Dhyana Buddha task site inverse River Krishna ought to be spruced up for the occasion, the Joint Collector said.


The street prompting the task site ought to be cleared of all infringements and top need ought to be agreed to sanitation.Joint Director, Social Welfare, R. Mallikarjuna Rao would oversee the game plans. Comparative festivals would be held at Anupu, Nagarjuna Sagar on May 3 and at Bhattiprolu.


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