Tirumala, Oct.12 (Hydnow): The 2022 TTD’s Calendars and Diaries were released by the CM of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday at Tirumala temple.
TTD had published a total of 15lakh 12-sheet calendars priced at Rs. 130 each, Eight lakh Deluxe Diaries (Rs.150), Two lakh small Diaries priced at Rs.120 each, One lakh Table Top Calendars at Rs.75 each, Sri Venkateswara Swamy (single-big) calendars-3,50,000 copies priced at Rs.20 per piece, Srivaru and Ammavaru calendars-4,00,000 at Rs. 15 each, 10 thousand copies of Sri Padmavathi Ammavaru (Single Big) at Rs15 per piece, 2,50,000 copies of Telugu Panchagam calendars priced at Rs.30 per piece.
These Calendars and Diaries are now onwards available for sales in all TTD book stalls for pilgrims. (Hydnow)
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