Besides other arrangements, cultural programs will also be organized to entertain devotees at the newly developed temple tank area. A 12-hours-long cultural programmes will be organized by Telangana artists under the supervision of Telangana Cultural wing director Mamidi Harikrishna.
Endowment Minister A Indrakaran Reddy will inaugurate the cultural programmes on February 12 and will offer a silk cloth to lord Raja Rajeshwara Swamy temple the next day on behalf of the State government.
Besides tight security with 1,500 police personnel, 250 closed circuit cameras will also be installed at different places of the temple town.
Pandal in 1.90 lakh square feet in and around the shrine, 19 power generators to provide continues current supply, 138 temporary and 77 permanent toilets, 147 drinking water taps, 7 first aid centers, 7 helpline centers, 12 vehicle parkings and 4 LED screens are going to be arranged.
On the other hand, TSRTC has decided to operate 300 buses for the convenience of the devotees. Five mini buses will be operated for free of cost between shrine and Vemulawada bus stand to transport devotees.
Vemulawada town Panchayat along with 500 workers will monitor the sanitation arrangements. The Minister released the wall poster of the jatara with Vemulawada MLA Ch Ramesh Babu and Temple executive officer D Rajeshwar.
Indrakaran Reddy on Monday released Maha Shivaratri Jatara wall poster and brochure at his Hyderabad camp office.
వేములవాడ రాజన్న ఆలయం లో రాజరాజేశ్వర స్వామి, సీతారామచంద్ర స్వాములకు అభిషేక పూజాలు ఘనంగా నిర్వహించారు.శ్రీ రామ నవమి నవరాత్రి ఉత్సవాల్లో భాగంగా నాలుగో రోజు బుదవారం ఉదయం రాజేశ్వరస్వామికి మహన్యాస పూర్వక రుద్రాభిషేకం, సీతారామచంద్రస్వామికి ఉపనిషత్ ద్వారా అభిషేకం, నిర్వహించారు లక్ష్మి అనంత పద్మనాభాస్వామికి ప్రత్యేక పూజలు చేశారు. పరివార అనుబంద దేవతలకు అభిషేకాలు , సాయంత్రం అష్టావధాని శ్రీహరి శర్మ రామాయణ పారాయణం చేసారు. రాత్రి ఎడున్నర గంటలకు స్వామి వారి ఉత్సవ విగ్రహాలను, అశ్వ వాహనంపై పట్టణ విదుల మీదుగా ఊరేగించారు ఆలయ ఇవో దూస రాజేశ్వర్, ఏఇవొ ఉమరాణి పాల్గొన్నారు.
25, March 2018
The streets of Vemulawada temple town will soon adorn the Chola-Chalukya style of architecture with the State government deciding to take up all civil works, including construction of roads, buildings and other infrastructure in the ancient style as part of the Vemulawada Temple Development.
Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao directed the officials of Vemulawada Temple Development Authority (VTDA) to complete temple development designs and submit them to Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for approval.
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At a review meeting held here on Saturday, Rama Rao asked the VTDA officials to prepare a master plan for the town development with clear objectives for periods of next five, 10 and 25 years. He wanted them to bring surrounding villages, especially those affected due to construction of irrigation projects, under the purview of the VTDA for integrated development of the region. “Plans should be prepared for development of infrastructure keeping in view of population, pilgrim influx and development of the town for next a few years,” he said.
The Minister instructed the officials of Director of Town and Country Planning to examine future needs of Vemulawada town and its surrounding areas to prepare a development plan to be included in the VTDA master plan.
He emphasised the need to imbibe the Chola-Chalukya architecture style in development of roads, building and other infrastructure in the town and give a spiritual feel to devotees arriving in the town.
“Roads should be developed keeping in view of sanitation and beautification of the town. A drainage canal should be developed near the temple to prevent pollution of the tank adjacent to the temple,” Rama Rao instructed.
He directed the officials to construct a sewerage treatment plant near the temple to prevent pollution of the temple tank, which is being developed by the government at a cost of Rs 74 crore. He suggested the officials to examine the feasibility of operating cable car from the proposed new bus station to the temple as well as operation of free buses for devotees to the temple.
Vemulawada MLA Ch Ramesh, Rajanna Siricilla collector Krishna Bhaskar and other officials were present.
26, March 2018
Indrakaran Reddy promised that the proposed construction of the second Prakaram would be started soon.
KARIMNAGAR: Endowments minister A. Indrakaran Reddy on Monday said that developmental works of the ancient Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam would begin soon after the authorities consult the seers of Sringeri Sharada Peetham. He reviewed the proposals with Vemulawada Area Development Authority vice-chairman M. Purushottam Reddy, MLA Ch. Ramesh Babu, temple EO D. Rajeshwar and officials in Hyderabad on Monday.
Mr Indrakaran Reddy promised that the proposed construction of the second Prakaram, widening main road and construction of central bus stand would be started soon. Authorities of the VADA would visit Shringeri shortly, he added. On June 18, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao visited the historic abode of Lord Shiva and announced Rs 400 crore for developing the shrine and temple town on many fronts. Accordingly, authorities of the temple prepared proposals to be taken up. A special authority, VADA was formed few weeks back.
A sum of Rs 100 crore was earmarked for taking up the works in the Budget. As per authorities, Rs 4.8 crore will be spent on acquiring lands from private agencies and persons. Widening of the premises of the shrine, tank bund, and main road of the town, erection of second Prakaram, additional choultries, spiritual park and music, dance and vedic institution are included in the developmental works.