Tirupati: To offer a feast to the guide lovers, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (BVB) is arising with its fifteenth version of guide exhibition this yr. Although they used to conduct the exhibition on a big scale yearly, it couldn’t be held in 2021 and 2022 because of Covid pandemic because of which the hole after 14th expo in 2020 grew to become inevitable. Nevertheless, the a lot awaited guide pageant is all set to open for the guide lovers from January 21 to 29.
Addressing the media right here on Thursday, honorary director of Tirupati BVB Dr N Satyanarayana Raju mentioned that this time the guide exhibition will likely be held at TTD’s Vinayaka Nagar quarters playground on Hare Rama Hare Krishna Highway and it is going to be open day by day from 1 pm to 9 pm in the course of the 9 days. He recalled that the primary intention of the BVB is to guard the Indian heritage and tradition and one of many most important actions is to run training establishments together with the administration institute of excessive order. As a part of the service to individuals BVB has been organising the annual guide pageant at Tirupati since 2006 with varied cultural programmes and leisure programmes which will likely be continued this time as properly.
On January 22, there will likely be ‘Geyavadhanam’ to be carried out by Dr Velugoti Bhaskara Sai Krishna Yachednra, former MLA and current chairman of Sri Venkateswara Bhakti Channel. It is going to be adopted by different programmes on the next days. College students of BVB will conduct an exhibition focussing on Science & Know-how and Setting.
Dr Raju mentioned that Dr Mannam Venkata Rayudu, founding father of Manasu Basis, Bengaluru would be the chief visitor of the inaugural perform whereas MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy and Collector Ok Venkataramana Reddy may even participate as visitor of honour.
This yr there will likely be 64 stalls in each English and Telugu from varied publishers and guide sellers from throughout the nation.
Secretary of Tirupati BVB Prof Sudhakar Reddy, EC members Prof S Dakshinamurthy Sarma and T Venkateswarlu had been current on the press meet.