The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) is making brisk progress within the preparation of Agarbathi (perfumed incense sticks) from cow merchandise in addition to the used floral garlands taken from the assorted temples beneath its umbrella.
TTD Govt Officer Okay.S. Jawahar Reddy on Wednesday visited Sri Venkateswara Gosamrakshanashala (Dairy Farm), the place an enormous shed is being constructed for the aim. The thought is to infuse the essence of flowers disposed of by temples into Panchagavya and comparable combination of cow-based merchandise to provide Agarbathi and allied merchandise.
Dairy Farm Director Okay. Haranath Reddy defined the assorted elements of cattle fodder unit and the fodder mixing vegetation to the Govt Officer. Mr. Jawahar Reddy additionally sought to know the native cattle inhabitants and the quantum of fodder necessities and different elements from the officers.
Earlier, Mr. Jawahar Reddy visited the library at Nationwide Sanskrit College (NSU), the place historic palm leaf manuscripts are preserved and digitised. Historic literature resembling Vedas, Upanishats, Jyotisha, Ayurveda, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Manu Dharma Shastra are among the many uncommon texts preserved right here, defined its Vice-Chancellor V. Muralidhara Sharma.
The Govt Officer requested the Sanskrit students to disseminate the knowledge to farmers on historic agricultural practices promoted by Parasara Maharshi.