AP CM lauds TTD Dry Tech artefacts

Tirupati, June 23 (Maxim News): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy lauded the various artefacts including Srivari portrait made by TTD in co-ordination with the use of dry flower technology provided by the Dr YSR Horticultural University.

This appreciation came from the CM during his visit to the Sri Vakulamata temple at Patakalva (Perur Banda) for the Maha Samprokshana fete where the TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy presented him with the Portrait of Sri Vakulamata made with dry flowers.

TTD has signed a MoU with Dr YSR horticultural university on September 13, 2021, for preparing artefacts including portraits, paper weights, key chains and photo frames of Sri Venkateswara and Sri Padmavati Ammavaru potraits from the used flowers of TTD sub temples.

TTD invested ₹83 lakhs for equipment and training to 359 women self help group workers at the Citrus Research Center. Daily 200 women work and prepare two portraits each in A-4 size and so far 16,283 portraits 150 paper weights 539 key chains and 300 bookmarks, pedants were produced. An action plan is ready to set up a permanent shed at the citrus research Centre.

TTD has opened the sales of this divine products to devotees from January 25 onwards at special counters in Tirumala and also at the local temples. (Maxim News)

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