idols in the Garbha Griha of the Tirumla Temple

Today, T.T.Devasthanams which keeps up with such countless sanctuaries and their sub-places of worship is a combination of sanctuaries brought under the principal plan 2 of the Act 20 of 1987 established by Andhra Pradesh Government. lt is overseen by a Board of Trustees delegated by the state government. The Executive Officer is the Chief Executive of the organization. He is helped by two Joint Executive Officers, Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer, Deputy Executive Officers, Chief Vigilance and Security Officer, Conservator of Forests and Chief Engineer in different circles of action. Additionally, there are different authorities like Law Officer, Welfare Officer, Public Relations Officer. Showcasing Officer, Educational Officer and others to take care of a few wings of organization.

This symbol is made of silver and was blessed by the contributor; the Pallava sovereign, Samavai in 966 AD. The contributor’s sanctification is kept in an epigraph on the northern mass of the sanctuary prakaram which is maybe the earliest engraving in the sanctuary, This notices that Queen Samavai likewise called as Kadavan-Perundevi and sovereign of Sakti-Vitankan organized in the fourteenth regnal year of her master and ruler Koppatra-Mahendra-Panmar for a day to day presenting of 4 nali of tiruvamudu, (cooked rice) and an unending light, (nandavilakku) for tirumanjanam .

On the two ayana-sankrantis and the two Vishu sariltrantis, and for praising the purattasi celebration starting from the two days before the primary celebration and to direct the celebration for nine days and furthermore introduced in the Tiruvilankoyil (by which name the garbha griha of the sanctuary was then known), this symbol subsequent to performing extraordinary love of the God of the hallowed Venkata Hill. She likewise introduced gold adornments worth 47 kalanjus. Lands were likewise enriched to the new Kautuka Bhera, named Manavalapperumal and the directors of the sanctuary (called as madapatyan) were charged to lead the administrations and the sabhaiyar were requested to safeguard the blessed terrains from being burdened.

This icon is a genuine duplicate of the Dhruva Bera with the exception of that the Sanka and Chakra are for all time fixed on account of Bhoga Srinivasa. On the pitham and underneath the feet of the Kautuka Bera, is a Yantra, as though two symmetrical triangles are evenly interplaced one being a transform of the other. It is conceivable that such a Yantram could have existed initially in the symbol of the Lord moreover. Nammalvar gives in one of his stanzas (3-4-4) a lovely portrayal of the feet of the Dhruva Bera which expresses that the feet of Tiruvengadamudayan has a figure addressing transmitting arms. This could address the Shadgunya Yantra Nammalvar’s melody was formed around two centuries sooner than the establishment of the Vanavalapperumal. The yantra of this sort would maybe address the six gunas of para and vyuha which are perceived by the Vaikhanasa Agama too.

The Bhoga Srinivasa gets abhisheka each day, joined by mantras, not at all like the Dhruva Bera to which abhishekam is performed exclusively on Fridays.At night this Deity is taken care of in paryankasana. During the day to day Ekanta seva this icon is put in a silver support in the Sayana mandapa and milk, and so forth, are proposed to this Lord to the backup of music and tunes made by the Tallapaka writers. Sandalwood glue is additionally concerned with Him consistently. One idiosyncrasy of this help in this sanctuary is that the Ekanta Seva is performed to the i,dol of Manavalapperumal for the entire months of the year, aside from one, viz., the Dhanurmasa, when the Ekanta Seva is finished for the Krishna icon.

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