Hyderabad: Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) can now make their donations to Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Yadadri and other temples in the city at a click of a button through T App Folio. The State Information Technology introduced international donations option in T App Folio to facilitate NRIs to make their donations to Yellamma Temple, Balkampet, Sri Peddamma Thalli temple, Jubilee Hills, Sri Ganesh Temple, Secunderabad and Anjaneya Swamy temple, Karmanghat.
Endowments Minister A Indrakaran Reddy on Thursday formally launched the special option. Addressing on the occasion, the Minister said many NRIs were evincing interest in donating funds to Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple, Yadadri and other temples in the city.
To facilitate such donors, the international donations option has been introduced in the T App Folio, he said, adding efforts would be made to extend the facility to seek donations for other temples across the State. Earlier in the day, the Minister reviewed the progress of works at Yadadri and instructed the officials to complete all the works by February.
As Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao already announced that ‘Mahakumbha Samprokshana’ would be performed on March 28, 2022, the Minister said devotees were keenly waiting for the launch of Yadadri. With many Ritwiks from across the country expected to participate in the ‘Maha Sudarshana Yagam’ and ‘Samprokshana Ankurarpana’ in large numbers, the Minister specifically sought details on ‘Yagashala’ construction and accommodation of the Ritwiks from the temple management and other officials.
Apart from these arrangements, he checked about the progress of temple town, cottages, lighting, Kalyana Katta, Deekshaparula mandapam, Anna prasadam halls, Vrata mandapam, Gandi Cheruvu beautification works, bus terminal and other works.
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