Mantralaya seer to collect funds in Bangalore

He will stay at the Raghavendra Mutt, Jayanagar.

Addressing a press conference in Bangalore on Wednesday, Executive Officer of the Mutt Venkatesh Joshi said the roads leading to the mutt had been severely damaged. “The drainage system and electricity supply have been affected. A sum of at least Rs 40 crore is needed to rebuild the mutt. We have approached the governments of both Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh for assistance, and the Karnataka government has assured us of Rs 10 crore,” he said.

Sri Suyatheendra Teertha Swamy will camp at Raghavendra Mutt in Jayanagar for a week. Those devotees willing to contribute towards rebuilding of the mutt can meet the seer between 8 am and 10 am, and from 4 pm to 6 pm.
The mutt has not designated any individual to collect funds on its behalf. An account has been opened at the Chickpet branch of Syndicate Bank, and members of the public can send their contribution to the mutt through the account  (04052010046310).

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