The official said that the weight of the gold gloves is about 5.3 kg. Its cost is three crore rupees. Which adorns Lord Venkateswara in the sanctum sanctorum of the hill temple.
Devotee donated gold worth three crores in Tirupati temple
A devotee on Friday presented gemstone-studded gold gloves to adorn the divine palms of the presiding deity Venkateswara at the ancient hill shrine of Tirumala. He donated these gloves in fulfillment of his vow. A temple official told ‘PTI-Bhasha’. A family residing in Tirumala called Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Additional Executive Officer A.K. Hand over these gloves to Venkata Dharma Reddy. The weight of the gold gloves is about 5.3 kg, the official said. Its cost is three crore rupees, which should beautify Lord Venkateswara in the sanctum sanctorum of the hill temple.
Gold ornaments to be worn to Lord Venkateswara
The official said that these gold ornaments worn to Lord Venkateswara. At the same time, Thangadurai told reporters that he has been worshiping Lord Venkateswara at the Tirumala temple for the last 50 years. He told that last year due to the corona epidemic, the arrival and darshan of devotees in the temple banned. Along with this, he also got infected with Corona. Then he took a vow at Tirupati Balaji temple for his good health. completed. He has recovered from Corona.
Lakhs of devotees come every year
Gold offerings often made in the Tirupati temple. That is why this temple is in the first place in India in terms of donations. Every year lakhs of people gather at this temple situated on the hills of Tirumala to seek the blessings of Lord Venkateshwara. The biggest desire of every person who comes here is to have the darshan of Lord Venkateswara (Lord Vishnu). It is one of those temples in India whose doors are open to the followers of all religions. Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) takes care of these pilgrims.
The idol of Lord Venkateswara is made of special stone
The idol of Lord Venkateswara in Tirupati Bala temple is supernatural. It is made of special stone. This statue is so alive that it appears as if Lord Vishnu himself seated here. The idol of God sweats, drops of sweat can seen. Hence the temperature in the temple kept low.