In a meeting held on Monday, the temple’s governing body, headed by chairman Karnati Rambabu, made the decision. Rambabu shared that the plans include opening the Siva temple for devotees and setting up a Navagraha mandapam at a cost of Rs. 40 lakh. To enhance accessibility, they’re introducing two diesel vehicles and battery cars for elderly and differently-abled visitors.
Additionally, mothers with infants below one year will have a special queue for quick darshan. A dormitory is also in the works on the first floor of Maha Mandapam to host devotees coming from distant places.
Rambabu also announced that starting from this month’s Pournami, kumkum prasadam will be distributed to all devotees. Furthermore, the Annadana Bhavam initiative will be expanded to accommodate up to 2000 devotees at a time.