Devotee donates gold jewellery worth crores at Tirupati temple, this is the reason

A devotee donated gem-studded gold gloves to decorate the divine palms of presiding deity Venkateswara at the ancient hill temple in Tirumala on Friday. He presented these gemstone-studded gloves on completion of his vow. A temple official said that a family living in Tirumala had appointed Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) additional executive officer A. He handed over the gloves to Venkatdharma Reddy. The officer said that the weight of gold gloves is about 5. It is 3 kg and costs Rs 3 crore, which adorns Lord Venkateswara in the sanctum sanctorum of the hill temple.

A devotee living in Tamil Nadu had donated gold conch shells and chakras worth about Rs 2 crore for the popular Tirupati Balaji Temple in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh. An official of the temple administration said that Thangadurai in Theni district of Chennai, after worshipping Lord Venkateswara, presented gold cones and chakras to the temple officials, weighing 3. It is 5 kg.

The officer said the gold ornaments will be worn by Lord Venkateswara. Thangadurai told reporters that he has been worshipping Lord Venkateswara at tirumala temple for the past 50 years. He said that last year, devotees were banned from visiting the temple due to corona infection and they too were infected with corona. He had then sought a vow for his good health at the Tirupati Balaji Temple, which has been completed. He has recovered from corona.

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