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Chandrababu granted Vontimitta temple brahmotsavams

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Chief  Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has concurred on a basic level to perform the brahmotsavam in the 450-year-old Sri Kodandarama Swamy temple at Vontimitta in Rajampet constituency in Kadapa district in March on behalf of the Government.

Mr. Naidu marked the applicable record and requests to this impact will be issued inside several days, as per Government Whip Meda Mallikarjuna Reddy. The Chief Minister would bring silk garments and “mutyala thalambralu” and go to the heavenly wedding slated on March 28 night, Mr. Reddy said.


It was a practice for the Government to perform Sri Rama Navami festivals at the memorable Bhadrachalam temple, however as the sanctuary was currently in Telangana, the Telugu Desam Party Government took the choice to do as such in Vontimitta temple, built amid the Chola and Vijayanagara domain, around 26 kms. from Kadapa.

In the midst of reports that the Government was excited about performing Sri Rama Navami festivals with authority respects at Ramatheertham in Vijayanagaram, pioneers of all the political meetiungs, a few associations and scholarly identities requested need to the Vontimitta sanctuary. Mr. Mallikarjuna Reddy portrayed it as a real sop for Rajampet electorate, spoke to by him.

People of Vontimitta blast saltines respecting the Government’s decision. The Government Whip, Deputy Chairman of A.P. Administrative Council S.V. Satish Kumar Reddy, Rajya Sabha part C.M. Ramesh Naidu, Opposition leaders in A.P. Authoritative Council C. Ramachandraiah and area presidents and secretaries of all the political gatherings had urged the Government to observe Sri Kondarama Swamy temple brahmotsavams for the benefit of the Government.


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