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Land Marks in Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra's Growth

10thNovember, 2011

Tirupati is considered to be the most divine place. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tirupati Kendra has decided to organize "Sri Vishnu Sahasranama parayanam" in the evenings on full moon day.

27thSeptember, 2011

Dr B M Hegde visted our kendra

6thSeptember, 2011

Dr B V Pattabhi Ram visted our kendra

15thJuly, 2011

Tirupati is considered to be the most divine place. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tirupati Kendra has decided to organize Homam on full moon day.

9thMarch, 2011

Educomp smart classes are started in Bhavan's School.

18thJanuary, 2011

Basket Ball court was inaugurated.

26thAugust, 2010

Auditorium with full fledged facilities was inaugurated.

22ndDecember,2006

If the aim of book reading is to preserve the hoary past and still be tuned to the present, then the Book Festival is the right destination. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan known for its commitment to the traditional roots,initiated "Book Festival"./td>

27thOctober, 2006

Karteeka Gnanamrutham - The Karteeka masa in Indian Almanac advocates spiritual knowledge. In this connection the Bhavan's Tirupati Kedra initiated a series of discourses.

20thAugust, 2006

Sravana Sangeetha Lahari - A new concept of "Sravana Sangeetha Lahari" has been initiated by the Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra in Sravana Masa with a view of harmonizing the human reverence and the nature

6th April,2006

As a part of promoting Indian Culture and Heritage Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tirupati Kendra started organizing "Vasantha Pravachanamrutham", a series of cultural discourses, marking the onset of the Spring, asantha Masa.

1stOctober, 2004

H H Sri Jayendra Saraswati Swamigal inaugurated Bhavan's Sri Venkateswara Vidyalaya new campus located in Alipiri

14thSeptember, 2002

Shri N Chandrababu Naidu laid foundation stone for the Bhavan's School near Alipiri

21stOctober, 1996

"Pustak Bharati", an exclusive outlet for sale of Bhavan's Publications has opened at International Book Center, 7, Netaji Road, Tirupati

22ndJanuary, 1996

Dr Jayaraman, Executive Director, New York Kendra, Sri H R Shah, Sri & Smt Rajendra Shukla, Sri Bindesh Trivedi, Sri Aswin Pandya Directors of Madras Kendra Visited our Kendra.

5thFebruary, 1996

Sri Siva Chidananda Bharati of Kurtalam visited our school campus

September, 1992

Campus with an area of 1.21 acres was rented in Sapthagiri Nagar, Tirupati. Nursery classes were run in the building behind Thyagaraja Mandapam.

2nd June, 1990

Sri Venkateswara Vidyalaya was inaugurated by Sri C. Subramanyam, President of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Dr.C.Anna Rao a father figure in and around Tirupati was able to secure some donations for the school.

27th March, 1990

Bhavan's Kendra, at the Foot of Lord Venkateswara, decided to start a school.

16th August, 1989

The   Tirupati   Kendra  had  its   inception   inaugurated   by
Dr  Neelam  Sanjeeva Reddy, Former President of India.

14th December, 1988

A   preliminary   Executive   Committee   was  formed   with Dr. C. Anna Rao as Chairman.

14th November, 1988Sri PV. Krishnam Raju convening a meeting.

Resolved to institute a Kendra of the Bhavan under the benevolent guidance of the octogenarian Dr. C. Anna Rao, former Executive Officer and Chairman T.T.Devasthanams and a long time associate of the Bhavan and its founder Kulapathi K.M. Munshi.