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Flyer for Fund Raising Program on Dec 14, 2008 in NJ

 

  Fund Raising Program to Save Temples

     (Click for flyer in Color PDF , Color JPG , B&W PDF , B&W JPG , 11"X17" Color Poster )

 

 

Presentation and Eenadu TV Interview on Plight of Hindu Temples

 

Presentation on Save Temples Efforts

   ETv Interview

      Click for Presentation  in pdf  in pps                           Click for Eeenadu TV Interview    

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Highlights from Eenadu TV Interview

on Plight of Hindu Temples in Andhra Pradesh

 

Total Temple Lands: 420,000 acres
Total number of temples under Govt: 34,443

 

1. 87% of Temples (30,000 temples) under Government  control cannot even afford Dhoopa, Deepa, Naivedyam.
2. 20% of Temples Lands (80,845 acres) are encroached mostly by political patronages.
3. 40% (167,000 acres) are leased mostly by politicians under fictitious names paying Rs 3 to Rs 40 per annum.
4. Number of court cases: 6547

 

Click here to read complete article

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White Paper on "Government Control of Hindu Temples of India:

A Blatant Violation of Secularism and Religions Freedom"

(Article submitted by Foundation for Religious Freedom  – FRF

   to Hindu Mandir Executive Conference 2007 Souvenir)

 

Both India and America are secular democracies in the sense that both have constitutions that prohibit the government from establishing a state religion or interfering with religious organizations.  But there the similarity ends.  While America more or less scrupulously adheres to the separation of church and state, in India the picture is dramatically different.

    Not too many Indians are aware that even though India is officially a secular democracy, state governments in India can take over Hindu temples and their properties, can appoint the people who will run temple committees and operations, and can take away hundi collections and other donations from temples and use them even for non-Hindu purposes.  And they have been doing this for almost six decades now all over India.

 

Click here to read complete article.

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Booklet Explaining Temples Situation (with focus on Andhra Pradesh Administration)

 

Click here for booklet explaining in detail the current administration's efforts to undermine Hindu Institutions.

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PADAYATRA I (3500 Kms) – July 2007 through Jan 2008

 

Tirupathi Forum – Finale of Padayatra I.  Attended by 12,000 (part 1)

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Tirupathi Forum – Finale of Padayatra I (Part 2)

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PADAYATRA II (5000 Kms) DETAILS – Aug 2008 through Feb 2009

The Maha Padayatra -2 is a 5000 Kms journey that started in Srikurmam (Srikakulam) in August 2008 culminating in a mega-public forum in Tirupati in February 2009.  Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and several other Hindu Spiritual Leaders will be attending this program where about 30,000 devotees are expected to take part. 

 

Padayatra II starting from Sri Kurmam in Aug 2008

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Kamal Kumar Swami Interview with TV5 during Padayatra II (2 parts)

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 Padayatra2 Inauguration Click here for Photo Albums of  Padayatra II starting Aug 2008

 

Details of the villages being visited during Padayatra 2.  At each village Kamal Kumar Swami is bringing awareness to people on the plight of Hindu Temples, urging them to volunteer for temples upkeep and join in the struggle to release Hindu Temples from the control of Government.

 

 

SRIKAKULAM DIST

1. Srikurmam
2. Srikakulam
3. Narasannapet
4. Kotabommali
5. Santhabommali
6. Tekkali
7. Palasa
8. Haripuram
9. Mandasa
10. Sompet
11. Echhapuram(via Kaviti)
12. Chapara
13. Miliyaputti
14. Pathapatnam
15. Hiramandalam
16. Gottabarage
17. Kothuru
18. Sithampet
19. Pallakonda
20. Veeragatam (350KM)

Towards Vijainagaram dist Parvathipuram

VIJAYANAGARAM DIST

1. Ravivalasa
2. Thotapallli
3. Garuguvilli
4. Parvathipuram
5. Sitanagaram
6. Makkuva
7. Saluru
8. Ramabadrapuram
9. Bobbili
10. Terlam
11. Badangi
12. Merakamudigam
13. Garbham
14. Garividi
15. Chipurupalli
16. Konuru
17. Bapadam
18. Sativada
19. Allugolu
20. Korla
21. Nellimarla
22. Ramathirthalu
23. Vijayanagaram
24. Gantada
25. Skota
26. Kothavalasa
27. Posapatirega
28. Bhogapuram
29. Padmanabham (400KM) Towards visakhapatnam dist

VISAKHAPATNAM DIST

1. Tagarapuvalasa
2. Bhimunipatnam
3. Uppada
4. Mongamuripeta
5. Muvalavaripalem
6. Kanakamahalakshmi
7. NAD
8. Simhachalam
9. Pendurthi
10. Sabbavaram
11. Devipuram
12. Vennkanapalem
13. Madugula
14. Kinthali
15. Vadadhi
16. Ravikamatam
17. Kothakota
18. Rollugunta
19. Bodipalli junction
20. Narsipatnam
21. Vemullapudi
22. Thagidu
23. Thallapalem
24. Kasimkota
25. Anakapalli
26. Munakapakka
27. Vadalapalli
28. Paravada
29. Achuthapuram
30. Pudimadaka
31. Ramballi
32. Panchidarla
33. Elamanchili
34. Adaroad
35. Kotauratla
36. Nakkapalli
37. Uppanka
38. Payakaraopet

EAST GODAVARY DIST

1. Thuni
2. Tondangi
3. Routulapudi
4. Prattipadu
5. Gollaprollu
6. Pitapuram
7. Kirlampudi
8. Peddapuram
9. Kakinada
10. Kotapalli
11. Samarlakota
12. Karapa
13. Peddarevu
14. Kajuleru
15. Tallarevu
16. Jaggampeta
17. Rangapeta
18. K.Gangavaram
19. Rajamundry
20. Dhavaleswaram
21. Bobarlanka
22. Atryapuram
23. Ubalanka
24. Ryalli
25. Podakandllapalli
26. Ravullapalem
27. Mamdapalli
28. Kothapet
29. Pallivela
30. Avidi
31. Modekuru
32. Narendrapuram
33. Muniganda
34. Ambajipeta
35. Bangarulanka
36. Palagumma
37. Vemavaram
38. Ayyanapalli
39. Mamidivaram
40. Anantavaram
41. Amalapuram
42. Bokasavuru
43. Vaakalaguru
44. Thondavaram
45. K.manjivaram
46. Katarulanka
47. Karupalli
48. R.Enugupalli
49. K.Ennugupalli
50. —-Kothapalli
51. Gannavaram
52. Lankalagannavaram
53. Mondepulanka
54. Kandalapalem
55. Naagullanka
56. Chakalipalem
57. Vaadrevupalli
58. Maanepally
59. Pedapatnamagrahaaram
60. Peddapatnam
61. Nagaram
62. Maamidikuduru
63. Kondamachinta
64. Appanapally
65. Pedapatnamlanka
66. Doddavaram
67. Paasarlpoodilankabaadava
68. Lanka
69. Baadilanka
70. Lootukurru
71. Aaduru
72. Komarada
73. Eedarada
74. Maratipally
75. Godanamatha
76. Mutyalapalem
77. Kaatrenipadu
78. Ponnamanda
79. Mulikipally
80. Kadali
81. Veguvaaripalem
82. Geddada
83. Mogali
84. Jaggannapeta
85. Tatipaka
86. Matham
87. Podalada
88. Sompally

WEST GODAVARI DIST

1. Biyyaputhipa
2. Vemuladivi
3. Thurputhallu
4. Morlapallu
5. Perupalem
6. Muthyalapalli
7. Kasipatnam
8. Pathapadu
9. Venkatathipa
10. Girisumaru
11. Bhimavaram
12. Uppuluru
13. Endagandi
14. Thipara
15. Athili
16. Brhamanacheruvu
17. Navuduru
18. Veeravasaram
19. Sivadevunichikkala
20. Lankalakoneru
21. Nachipuri
22. Narasapuram
23. Dhigumaru
24. Pallakollu
25. Zinnuru
26. Achanta
27. Penugonda
28. Thurupuvippara
29. Elendrapuram
30. Thanuku
31. peravali
32. Kanuru
33. Nedadhavolu
34. Ejeswaram
35. Vadapalli
36. Kovuru
37. pattisema
38. Thanapuram
39. Koyalagudem
40. Jangareddigudem
41. Dwaraka tirumala
42. Narsaraopet
43. Sathupalli ( khammam)

KHAMMAM DIST

1. ASWAPURAM
2. KOONAWARAM
3. VADDEGUDEM
4. V.R.PURAM
5. DHARMASALAGUDEM
6. KOONAVARAM
7. TEKULAPALLY
8. BHEEMAVARAM
9. MAADIGUDEM
10. PALLURU
11. GUMMUGUDEM
12. GODEIAH GUDEM
13. KARAGUDEM
14. POTLAVAARI GUDEM
15. NARSIMGUDEM
16. GOLLPADU
17. DOOGUTTA
18. KACHAVARAM
19. POCHAVARAM
20. POCHAVARAM COLONY
21. MARUMOORU
22. NANDIGAMAPADU
23. TOTAPALLY
24. SEETARAMAPURAM
25. NANDAMOORI COLONY
26. NELLYPAKA
27. CHODAVARAM
28. VENKATREDDYPETA
29. RAYANA PETA
30. GUNDALA
31. BHADRACHALAM
32. ETTAPAKA
33. KANNAIGUDEM
34. TOORUPAKA
35. NARASAPURAM
36. SEETARAMAPURAM
37. REGUPALLY
38. GANGOLU
39. LAXMINAGARAM
40. DUMMUGUDEM
41. BYRAGULAPADU
42. CHINNA NALLBALLI
43. PEDDA NALLABALLY
44. BANDIREVU
45. PARNASALA
46. RELLUGUDEM
47. GOGUPAKA
48. MAMIDIGUDEM
49. DEVARAAPALLY
50. KUDUNURU
51. R.KOTTAGUDEM
52. SATYANARAYANAPURAM
53. KALIVERU
54. TAIGUDA
55. GOMMA GUDEM
56. CHARLA TO VENKATA PURAM (42 KM) BETWEEN VILLAGES NOT AT.
57. MANUGURU (50KM)
58. BANDARUGUDEM
59. TOGUDEM
60. METTAGUDEM
61. GOPALAPURAM
62. JAGGARAM
63. ASWAPURAM
64. SITARAMAPURAM
65. MONDIKUNTA
66. NELLIPAKA
67. RAMACHANDRAPURAM
68. VERAVENDI
69. MOTHE
70. SARAPAKA
71. NAGIREDDIPALEM
72. GORGUMPAHAD
73. SANJEEVREDDYCOLLONY
74. LAKSHMINAGARAM
75. BANJARA
76. ANJANAPURAM
77. PENUBAKKA
78. NAGARAM
79. NAGARAMCOLONY
80. JAGANADHAPURAM
81. KESAVAPURAM
82. SOMALAGUDEM
83. INDIRANAGARCOLONY
84. PALAVANCHA
85. KOTHAGUDEM
86. RAMAVARAM
87. VENKATESAKANI
88. PEDDAGADAPA
89. THIPPANAPALLI
90. CHANDRAGUNDA
91. BHARIGUDEM
92. RAVIKKAPADU
93. KOPULAxROAD
94. GANDHINAGAR
95. GANAGRAMTHANDA
96. ANATHARAM
97. RAMACHANDRAPURAM
98. GUDDIPUDI
99. JUDOORUPADU
100. VINOBANAGAR
101. IMMAMNAGAR
102. ACHHANAPURAMTHANDA
103. BHAGAWANNAIKTHANDA
104. ENNKURU
105. NACHARAM
106. ENNKURU
107. ERLLAPADU
108. NARASIMHA PET
109. ANNARIGUDEM
110. LAKSHMINAGARAM
111. ALLLADA
112. ABEDKARNAGAR
113. PINAPAKKA
114. BYRA
115. PALLIPADU
116. KONYARLA
117. BOUDHANAGAR
118. THANNIKELLA
119. BVPALEM
120. KHAMMAM(AFTER 50KM WE ENTER INTO KRISHNA DIST)

KRISHNA DIST

Jaggayapet
Nadhigama
Mylavaram
Nujivedu
Vijaywada
Poranki
Kankipadu
Vupuluru
kalavapamula
Katuru
Uyyuru
Pamaru
Gudivada
Mudhinepalli
Mandavilli
Kikaluru
Chetakaee
Kalivindi
Enkorukollu
Chingarayapalem
Bhuantuvilli
Pedana
Machilipatnam
Challabali
Avanigada (Repalle Guntur dist)

GUNTUR DIST

1. Repalli
2. Batiprolu
3. Kolluru
4. Vemuru
5. Tenali
6. Kollipara
7. Dugirala
8. Thadepalli
9. Mangalagiri
10. Tuluru
11. Amaravathi
12. Thadikonda
13. Pedakakani
14. Guntur
15. Medikonduru
16. Satanapalli
17. Muppala
18. Narasaraopet
19. Kotapakonda
20. Chilakalluripet
21. Nadendla
22. Eddlapadu
23. Prathipadu
24. Vaticherukuru
25. Chebrolu
26. Ponuru
27. Bapatla

PRAKASAM DIST

EEPURI PALEM
. CHIRALA
. KARAMCHEDU
. PARCHURU
. ENKOLLU –
. ADDANKI –
. MUNDLAMURU
. DARSI
. PODILI –
. CHIMAKURTHI
. SANTHANUTALA PADU-
. ONGOLE
. EETAMUKKALA
. KOTHA PATNAM
. TANGUTURE
. SINGARAYA KONDA
. JARUGUMALLI
. KONDEPI
. PONNALURU
. KANIGIRI
. PAMURU
. LINGA SAMUDRAM
. KANDUKURU
. GUDLURU

NELLORE DIST

1. Thettu
2. Madhurupadu
3. Chevuru
4. Rapuru
5. Kavali
6. Sitaramanagaram
7. Nandammapuram
8. Chinnapuru
9. Peddapuru
10. Chennayapalem
11. Kothasatram
12. Chinnarayudupalem
13. Peddarayudupalem
14. Venkateswarapuram
15. Lakshmipuram
16. Gauravarao
17. Bitragunta
18. BrhamanaKraka
19. 9millu
20. ChinnaKraka
21. Kaligiri
22. Vinjamuru
23. Biravaram
24. Nalagonta
25. Dhutalluru
26. Naravada
27. Udayagiri
28. Sitaramapuram
29. Marripadu
30. Nandavaram
31. DCpalli
32. Karatampadu
33. NellorePalli
34. Athmakuru
35. Vasili
36. Apparaopalem
37. Anantasagaram
38. Somasila
39. Kaluvaee
40. Podalakuru
41. Prabhagiripatnam
42. verukuru
43. Sangam
44. Padamatipalem
45. Makthapurm
46. Duvvuru
47. AnnaReddipalem
48. Minagallu
49. Jonnavada
50. Penaballi
51. Sallamanapuram
52. Buchhi
53. Vutukuru
54. Gramanatam
55. Yellayapalem
56. ThatakulaDinya
57. Gandavaram
58. Kodavaluru
59. Gundalamapalem
60. Basavayaplaem
61. Padmanabhunisatram
62. Talamanchi
63. Mopuru
64. Alluru
65. Issakapalli
66. Kurru
67. Chandrasekharapuram
68. Lakshmipuram
69. ramathirtham
70. vavilla
71. Thummagunta
72. vidavalluru
73. Parlapalli
74. Modegunta
75. veguru
76. leguntapadu
77. inamadugu
78. Kovuru
79. Nellore
80. NarayanaRoad
81. Indhukurupet
82. Jaggadevipet
83. Rapuru
84. Methulu
85. Mypadu
86. Koraturu
87. Venkannapalem
88. mahalakshmipuram
89. koduru
90. Eduru
91. Varakavipudi
92. Nellaturu
93. Muthukuru
94. Gummaladhibba
95. Lingavaram
96. Varagali
97. Momidi
98. Amuru
99. Chintavaram
100. Balavolu
101. Kanupuru
102. Karlapudi
103. Vavlimedu
104. boodidhalavagu
105. Kodavaka
106. Dhugarajupatnam
107. Mallam
108. Chittamuru
109. Vakkadu
110. Kota
111. Jarugumalli
112. Kothapalem
113. Vidyanagar
114. Gudali
115. Mettu
116. Gunapadupalem
117. Kurukonda
118. Ojilli
119. Rettapalli
120. Chillakuru
121. Gudur
122. Vindhuru
123. Chennuru
124. Sidhapuram
125. Rapuru
126. Venkatagiri
127. Pallem

CHITTOOR DIST

Palam
Muchivolu
Guntakindapalli
Ssrikalahasthi
Tangellapalem
Parlapalli
Pallamala
Katuru
Harigalakandriga
Chakira factory 10th mile
Buchinaidukandriga
Maharushi factory
Gajulapeluru
Vugumudi
Santhaveluru
Nelavaee
Chadanbedu
Manarpolur
Sulurpet
Konduru
Mambattu
Chenugunta
Thada
Bhathalavaram
Aduru
Varadayapalem
Chennavaripalem
Arudhuru
Kankarapalem
Yanadhivittu
Jothieswaralayam
Panduru
Chinnapanduru
Vennalakantiraghaviah colony
Rallakuppam
Rasapallem
Peddaetipakam
Chinnaetipakam
Ponalammadevalayam
Amavasyareddikandriga
Sathyavedu
Rajulakandriga
Madhanambedu
Kudhukuppam
Dasukuppam
Vutikota
Puratipalli
Bhytakodithambedu
Krishnapuram
Ramagiri
Ichaturu
Kilapudi
Veluru
Chenchurajukandriga
Sivagiri
Athuru
Ponuru
Jaganathapuram
Vijayapuram
Mangalam
Desammagudi
Nagari
Paramesamangalam
Bhimunicheruvu
Narayanavanam
Puthuru (Survry completed)

Remaining points

Karivetinagarm
Chitooru
Palmaneru
Madanapalli
Kaligiri
Pakala
Chandragiri
Thiruchanuru

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