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Hanuman birth place controversy — TTD answer to the Humpy Trust objections

It is known that TIRUPATI TIRUMALAI DEVASTHANAM co-declared with evidence on the day of Sri Ramanavami that Anjanadre in Thirumala was the birthplace of Hanuman.

The Hampi Srihanumad Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra Trust in Karnataka  wrote a letter on the TTD statement. TTD recently replied to this letter. Hanuman was asked to send them proof of his birthplace by the 20th of this month. The TTD objected to the Himpi Trust letter, arguing that Hanuman’s birthplace had been declared with proper evidence.

To this extent the Committee in its reply added the details collected. The letter stated that they would invite discussion as the corona spread decreased. According to TTD, the birthplace of Hanuman was Anjanadre in the Tirumala hills, with mythological, oral, legislative and geographical evidence. TTD revealed that they had reached out to the idea through a devotee’s WhatsApp message and that the committee had been investigating the matter in depth for almost four months.

Acharya Muralidhara Sharma, Vice Chancellor, National Sanskrit University, announced that Anjanadevi had come to Venkatachalam in all the Puranas. It is explained that Hanuman was born to Anjanadevi who ate the fruit given by Vayu. Venkatachala Mahathyamannar Muralidhar Sharma is a wonderful book collected about the greatness of Venkateswaraswamy. TTD has ever published this book .. It is said that this Venkatachalam, the abode of Srinivas, is described in 12 Puranas.

In these myths, Venkatachalan was treated as Anjanadri. There are 20 names of this Venkatachalan. However, the spectators argue that Anjaneya was born in their area. Vishwa Hindu Parishad leaders, historians and archaeologists in Karnataka have strongly objected to the TTD statement. They say there is evidence that Hampi is the birthplace of Anjaneya. The Ramayana tells Valmiki that Rama was first introduced to Sugriva by Hanuman in this Kishkindha area near the northern coast of Hampi (Tungabhadra) on the north bank of the river.


Telangana HC orders state govt not to take hasty action over alleged encroachment of temple lands

The Telangana High Court on Saturday ordered the state government not to take any action against petitioners S Satyanarayana Reddy and four others who prayed for a direction for a halt to the inquiry into how they came in possession of lands which belonged to Sitaramaswami Temple at Devarayanajal village in Shamirpet Mandal in Medchal-Malkajgiri district.

The court, taking up the petition, expressed surprise over the haste with which the government had constituted a committee with four IAS officers to inquire into the allegations of encroachment of temple lands at a time when people were dying due to the COVID-19 second wave in the state.

The Advocate General brought to the notice of the court that it was only a preliminary inquiry and that action would be taken only after a detailed inquiry. As of now, the government had no intention of razing any structures that have come up on the lands, he said.

The court, however, asked the government to issue notices even for preliminary inquiry and, addressing those facing the allegations, asked them to cooperate with the government as it conducts the probe. The court directed the government and the Endowments department to file a detailed counter on the issue.

The state government, while ordering inquiry recently, had said that the Endowment department was claiming that 1,521 acres of land which belonged to Sitaramsway temple in Deverayanjal had been encroached upon. The government also quoted newspaper reports as stating that a large portion of land worth about Rs 1,000 crore had been occupied illegally by former minister Eatala Rajender and a few others. The IAS officers’ committee is headed by Panchayat Raj Commissioner M Raghunandan Rao.



MK Stalin, leader of the DMK, took oath as Tamil Nadu’s 23rd Chief Minister on May 7, 2021. This was followed by the swearing in of 33 members of his cabinet. Stalin, son of late DMK supremo and former Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, has assumed the state’s highest office for the first time, in a simple ceremony presided by Governor Banwarilal Purohit at the Raj Bhavan in Chennai on Friday.

Stalin and 33 other members of his cabinet took oath in the name of their conscience and not in the name of god, as is practice

The Governor administered the oath of office and secrecy to the 68-year old leader, who chose to read out his full name Muthuvel Karunanidhi Stalin, to the delight of his supporters and well-wishers in the audience.

Watched on by his wife Durga, who became emotional during in the swearing-in, and son and first-time MLA Udhayanidhi Stalin in the audience.

Stalin and 33 other members of his cabinet took oath in the name of their conscience and not in the name of god, as is practice. Even Mr P K SEKHAR BABU, the minister in charge of Hindu Religious and Charitable Endownments did not use God’s name. This came as a surprise to the believers.



Indian-American non-profit body raises USD 7 million for India COVID-19 crisis


SEWA INTERNATIONAL ,An Indian-American non-profit body has said that it has reached the 101,000-donor mark and raised over USD 7 million towards COVID-19 relief efforts in India from its Facebook campaign within 10 days.

Started with a goal of USD 500,000 on April 25 as India started seeing a drastic increase in the number of cases reported daily, Sewa Internationa’s Help India Defeat COVID-19′ campaign on Facebook has grown in strength.

Based on rapidly changing needs on the ground, Sewa moved the campaign’s fundraising target thrice, to USD 1 million, USD 5 million, and then to USD 10 million, responding both to the felt need for medical equipment in India, and the emotional commitment of donors to alleviating the suffering of millions.

It is heartening to see Americans generously donating to help India face the challenge posed by the COVID-19 second wave,” said Arun Kankani, President, Sewa International.

Sewa International representatives in India have received 1,466 oxygen concentrators this week.

Its partner organisation, Sewa United Kingdom, has sent another 50 oxygen concentrators.

Sewa volunteers transported all of them to their warehouse in Delhi for distribution to cities and hospitals across the country.

The Sewa India team has also received 139 oxygen concentrators from the United Arab Emirates.

“Sewa teams from many different countries are working with their local communities to raise funds to help India in the current COVID-19 crisis,” Kankani said.

“Sewa has procured 1,688 oxygen concentrators in the US in addition to the 2,584 we have already sent to India. Our procurement team is acting fast to obtain more of these machines. said Srikanth Gundavarapu, who is leading the Sewa Procurement Team.


Temples to remain shut during lockdown in Kerala

The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), the apex body in the southern state of Kerala which manages over 1,200 temples, on Thursday said shrines under its management would not permit devotees in its premises for darshan during the lockdown period.

NEW GUIDE LINES FOR Char Dham yatra out amid Covid-19 spike

Days after the Uttarakhand government postponed the annual Char Dham yatra, the Char Dham Management Board on Tuesday announced that only priests and so-called traditional right holders will be permitted inside the four shrines of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri.

Issuing a set of standard operating procedures,  the government said the four shrines would open for daily prayers from 7am to 7pm after the opening of their respective portals.

Officials had earlier announced the dates for opening the four temples.

“Only the priests and related traditional right holders will be allowed inside the shrines for daily puja while following all the guidelines like wearing masks, maintaining social distance and thermal screening,” the guidelines read.


Pakistani Doctor Becomes First Hindu Woman to Crack Prestigious Central Superior Services Examination

Miss Sana Ramachand Picture

A Hindu woman in Pakistan passed the  prestigious Central Superior Services (CSS) exam and was selected for the Elite Pakistan Administrative Services (PAS).

Sana Ramachand is an MBBS doctor from the rural area of ​​Shikarpur, Sindh, which has the largest Hindu population in Pakistan.

She is one of 221 candidates who have been declared successful in the CSS exam out of the 18,553 written exams. The final choice was made after careful medical, psychological and oral testing.

Groups are assigned at the final stage when the final benefits are determined.

As a result, Ramchand tweeted “Waheguru the Ka Karsa Wahegur the Ki Fate” and said, “Thanks to Allah Almighty, I am happy to have cleared CSS 2020 and been assigned to PAS. All credit goes to my parents. “

The latest CSS pass rate is less than 2%, demonstrating fierce competition and strict standards applied by the Federal Public Service Commission responsible for their recruitment.




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