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Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena joined by his wife Jayanthi Pushpa Kumari on Wednesday offered prayers to God at the Tirumala temple to Lord Venkateswara.

The Sri Lankan couple prefered passing through the Vaikuntam line perplexing like whatever other ordinary citizen in spite of being entitled for a direct passage through the Mahadwaram (principle passageway). The temple authorities rs broadened them a warm gathering on their landing in the fundamental sanctuary mind boggling and drove them into the sanctum sanctorum where the President and his company went to the predawn Suprabhata seva custom.


TTD Executive officer D. Sambasiva Rao alongside his delegate K.S. Srinivasa raju gave him the laddu and token of the managing divinity.

Later tending to the media persons in the interest of President Sirisena (who remained by his side) outside the sanctuary complex Eastern Province Governor Austin Fernando termed their four-day authority visit as fruitful and thanked the Government of India for its charming cordiality. It is encouraging to note that part of assentions were marked and the examinations with the Prime clergyman Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee were productive.

The gatherings with other Indian priests which were held in a welcoming environment were additionally effective. He additionally had an expression of thankfulness to the TTD’s powers for the astounding game plans amid their stay on the slope town.

Unmistakable among other people who went with them likewise incorporate the Sri Lankan pastors Patali Champika, D. Swaminathan and different authorities.


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