Chief Justice NV Ramana receives ‘prasadam’ (sanctified food) after visiting Tirupati temple Lord Venkateswara with the blessings of the priests of Ranganayakula Mandapam
Tirupati: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana along with his wife reached Tirupati temple in Andhra Pradesh on Friday and offered darshan and worship to Lord Balaji Venkateshwara. Earlier on Thursday late night, the CJI and his wife visited the temple and offered prayers at ‘Dwajastambam’. This is his first visit to the temple after taking oath as the Chief Justice on April 24 this year. Also Read – Andhra Pradesh Lockdown Update: Andhra Pradesh government extends Kovid curfew till June 20, restrictions will continue
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) president Y. V. Subba Reddy welcomed Raman. As per tradition, the CJI was escorted to the temple amid chants by Vedic priests. Later, the CJI received ‘prasadam’ (sanctified food) with the blessings of the priests of Ranganayakul Mandapam. Also Read – When the woman returned home from the hospital after recovering from Corona, it was found that she had been cremated
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The CJI told Sri Venkateswara Bhakti Channel (SVBC) that many miracles have happened in his life and Lord Venkateswara’s blessings have led him to the highest judicial office in the country. The CJI said that with the blessings of God he would work to keep the flag of the Indian judiciary high.
Raman and his wife also visited the Bedi Anjaneya Swamy temple. During her visit, the CJI was accompanied by Andhra Pradesh High Court Judge K. Lalita Kumari, Chittoor District Judge Ravindra Babu, Tirupati Additional District Judge Y. Veeraju and Protocol Magistrate Pawan Kumar.
On reaching Tirupati on Thursday night, the CJI was warmly received by Reddy and other senior TTD officials. Senior Yuvajan Shramik Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) leader and Tirupati MLA, Bhumana Karunakar Reddy, and others were also present.