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VEDA and AGAMA PATASHALA

VEDA and AGAMA PATASHALA:
The Hindu religion which is also known traditionally as Sanatana Dharma is essentially based on Read More

COMMON GOOD FUND

COMMON GOOD FUND Created under Section 70(1)(a) of Endt Act from the contributions made by the Charitable and Hindu Religious
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DHOOPA DEEPA NAIVEDYAM

DHOOPA DEEPA NAIVEDYAM SCHEME There are several small temples in remote villages which are in a poor condition.
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ARCHAKA WELFARE FUND

ARCHAKA WELFARE FUND In pursuance of the directions of Supreme Court of India, a Trust namely A.P. Endowments Archakas
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S.I.T.A

S.I.T.A State Institute of Temple Administration (SITA) has been established during November, 2010
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Dharmika Parishad

The A.P. Hindu Dharmika Parishad is the highest governing body for all matters pertaining to the administration of Hindu religious Institutions like temples, mutts and peethams in the state of Andhra Pradesh. In pursuance of section 152 of the Endowments Act, the Government has constituted Andhra Pradesh Hindu Dharmika Parishad. This parishad consists of 21 members and 7 special invities. Read More

 

67 MAJOR TEMPLES

MAJOR TEMPLES
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Endowments Department

At the time of formation of the State of Andhra Pradesh in 1956, there were two enactments for administering the Hindu Religious and Charitable Institutions viz., The Madras Act 19/1951 for Andhra area and the Hyderabad Endowments Regulations 1939 for Telangana area. With a view to have a uniform law throughout the State, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has enacted a new Endowments Act in 1966.
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67 MAJOR TEMPLES

LANDS & BUILDINGS
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