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naukar
26-08-2012, 05:36 PM
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams TTD has launched new srivari seva known as PARAKAMANI SEVA on august 7,2012. This seva will commence in Sri Srivari Temple,Tirumala from August 17,2012 onwards. Initially this new seva is applicable to only to Andhrapradesh, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala states and is limited to first 50 persons who register online on first in first out basis. It is a Golden opportunity that has offered by TTD to serve Lord Venkateswara Swamy.
What is Parakamani
Parakamani is an activity where accounting of the offerings made by the pilgrims to Lord Venkateswara Swamy through Srivari Hundi @ tirumala includes Coins,Currecies,Precious items,Jewellery etc., is being done on a day-to-day basis in Srivari Temple. At present TTD is carrying out this service with its own employees.
Objective of PARAKAMANI SEVA
TTD is a premier Hindu Religious Institution acting as a custodian of world renowed temple of Lord Venkateswara or Lord Balaji since its inception in 1933. Today the annual budget of TTD has touched the 2000cr mark. Over 1/3 of the major part of revenue to TTD comes in the form of offerings made by Pilgrims through Srivari Hundi. To speed up the process and accuracy in the Parakamani(Currency Counting System) at Srivari Temple, TTD has launched the PARAKAMANI SEVA. TTD has invited Working or retired employees of Central or State Goverment or Quasi government or PSU or Insurance and Banking Sectors to participate in this new seva purely on voluntary basis. Pilgrims or devotees can apply online for Parakamani Seva and they will be nomenclature as " Parakamani Sevakulu "
Eligibilty Criteria to participate in PARAKAMANI SEVA
1.Pilgrims or Devotees should be Working or retired employees of Central or State Goverment or Quasi government or PSU or Insurance and Banking Sector.
2.Only Male Devotees aged between 35years to 65years practicing Hinduism alone.
How to Apply
Interested Pilgrims or Devotees should apply through Online Registration only. Before applying online enrollment,first pilgrims should confirm the eligibility criteria and also should have the following minimum requirements to complete the online registration process.
a) A valid e-mail ID
b) Scanned Photo copy of size less than 100KB
c) Scanned Identity card/Service card/Retired card/Pension card/Certificate of employee of size less than 100KB.
Read the General Instructions
After successful completion of Online registration, pilgrims shall know their application
- source tirumala.org

naukar
27-02-2014, 08:25 AM
It is a good service to Lord Venkateswara. Now, TTD have raised the number of members to 120 consisting of three batches. First batch starts from 7 AM to 10 AM and 1 PM to 4 PM. Second batch is from 10 AM to 1 PM and 4 PM to 6 PM. Third batch will be from 6 PM to 12 Midnight with one hour break for dinner between 8 and 9 PM. All should use this opportunity to serve the God.

naukar
25-10-2014, 06:56 PM
Over Four Hundred Sacks of Currency Notes at Rats’ Mercy in Tirumala Temple
• Monday, 20 October 2014 21:01
• Tirupati
• Macherla Diwakar

Over 400 sacks, containing crores of rupees currency notes, are rotting in a cellar in Tirumala, the hill-abode of Lord Venkateswara in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.
Rats too are said to be having a field day gorging these notes, which lie crumpled in the sacks, according to a report in Eenadu, the popular Telugu daily.
The currency notes were the offerings of devotees to Hinduism’s richest and most visited temple. The notes range in denomination from Rs. Two to Rs. 50, and were deposited in the celebrated temple hundi.
The Tirumala-Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) has a separate wing which is in charge counting the offerings made by devotees. Officials of this department, known as parakamani, have reportedly thrown up their hands, expressing their inability to count these offerings.
The TTD has on its rolls over 9,000 regular employees. Besides, it has about 11,000 out-sourced workers. Also, it regularly takes the help of devotee-volunteers, known as Srivari Sevaks. Still, it is unable to find enough hands to count the notes in the sacks, Eenadu reports.
The daily quotes the Deputy Executive Officer of the government-controlled temple as saying that the situation had come to such a pass due to lack of parakamani sevaks in sufficient numbers. “We will soon launch a special drive to count these notes,” he added.
TTD rules stipulate that only serving or retired employees of government or public-sector undertakings be permitted to work as parakamani sevaks.
http://www.theindianrepublic.com/nation/four-hundred-sacks-currency-notes-rats-mercy-tirumala-temple-100051966.html#sthash.EHexSy4k.dpuf

naukar
08-05-2015, 08:19 AM
Now, TTD have increased the number of participants to 250 daily. Only Govt. servants and PSUs from South India are eligible for enrolment. You can do the service for 4 days in a week starting from Monday or 3 days commencing from Friday. Do register and serve the lord and get his blessings.