A devotee offers three golden crowns to Durga Temple – The New Indian Express

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By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: A devotee in Mumbai has offered three golden crowns, weighing around 1,308 grams, to Goddess Kanaka Durga at Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam (SDMSD) ahead of the Dasara festival, temple officials said on Monday.

G Hari Krishna Prasad, a native of Andhra Pradesh based in Mumbai, is the chairman of Recon Marines Pvt Ltd. Temple Chief Executive (EO) Darbamulla Bramarambha and temple priests received the donation.

The EO accompanied him and his family during the darshan of the goddess and presented them with traditional clothes and prasadam. The EO said the crowns will be used to decorate the processional deity. to make donations.

VIJAYAWADA: A devotee in Mumbai has offered three golden crowns, weighing around 1,308 grams, to Goddess Kanaka Durga at Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam (SDMSD) ahead of the Dasara festival, temple officials said on Monday. G Hari Krishna Prasad, a native of Andhra Pradesh based in Mumbai, is the chairman of Recon Marines Pvt Ltd. Temple Chief Executive (EO) Darbamulla Bramarambha and temple priests received the donation. The EO accompanied him and his family during the darshan of the goddess and presented them with traditional clothes and prasadam. The EO said the crowns will be used to decorate the processional deity. to make donations.

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