TTD begins the sale of incense sticks made from flowers used in daily rituals

Tirumala Tirupati Devastamams (TTD) entered the market on Monday in the production and sale of Agarbatis (incense stick) made from the flowers used in the daily rituals of various temples.

T.T.D. Chairman YV Subba Reddy, Executive Officer K.S. Jawahar Reddy, Additional Executive AV Dharma Reddy and MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy graduated from the manufacturing department at SV Go-Samrakshanasala (dairy farm) in Tirupati. In Tirumala, four vending machines were set up near the Ladu counters next to the Temple of Lord Venkateswara.

Incense sticks are sold in seven brands according to the needs of the worshipers. The flowers, which were used to decorate temples during festivals, were used to make incense sticks. However, the TTD The chairman made it clear that the wreaths used in the temple of Lord Venkateswara will not be used for this purpose. Bengalru-based Darshan International has set up a production unit, which he describes as a service to the Lord. 10 machines with a capacity to produce 3.5 million agarbasis per day are installed in the manufacturing unit.

Meanwhile, TDA has signed a memorandum of understanding with YSR Horticulture University on dry flower technology. As part of the deal, photos, calendars, key chains, paper weights and racks will be made available for sale.

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Later in the day, Mr. Subaba Reddy released the TTD, published in six different languages.

YSR Horticultural University Vice Chancellor T. Janikiram, SV Veterinary University Padmanbaha Redi, TTD JO Sada Bargavi, CVSO Gopina Jati, Gosala Director Harnat Redi, Darshan International Company Ashok and Sapagagiri Editor Rada Ramana participated in the program. . .

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