K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: The three-day Shatha Chandi yagam, which would be held from November 22 to 24 at Alphores e-techno school premises in Kothapalli campus on the outskirts of Karimnagar town, got off to a start on a religious note amid chanting of vedic hymns and rituals on Monday.
Alphores educational institutions chairman V Narender Reddy along with his family members commenced the yagam with the Maha Ganapathi puja. On this occasion, the priests from various parts of the state have performed the “Govu puja” (cow), Gowshala pravesham, Yagashala pravesham, guruvandanam and maha Ganapathi abhishekams.
Mr Narender Reddy said that they had taken up the yagam for the universal peace and wellbeing of all sections of society. The yagam was aimed to seek divine blessings for the people of the district, he said and appealed to all sections of society to participate in the puja rituals on Tuesday and Wednesday also and get blessings from the divine and also accept the prasadams.