Bhagavadgita book sung by great playback singer Late Sri Ghantasla Venkateswar Rao has been published by Kanthamneni Venkata Sambasiva Rao Memorial Trust in co-operation with VVIT has been unveiled and also Late Savithri memorial award programme has been conducted.
The great Kuchipudi dancer Kumari Y.Lalitha Sindhuri has been awarded with Mahanati Savitiri memorial award. Mr.Killada Satyanarayana, Inspector General of Police, Government of Andhra Pradesh has said that wisdom over devotion will be there in Bhagavadgita book and he is happy that on one platform he has got a chance to remember two great persons and has advised students that if they want to invite diversity, they have to read books like Bhagavadgita. He has said that slokas in Bhagavadita would help to lead a happy and contended life with limited capacities. He has also said that all human beings of all ages have to read and practice what has been mentioned in Bhagavadgita. He has also said that Bhagavadgita would help to reform human lives and revive same. He has also said that Bhagavadgita book would help students to treat pleasures and miseries and profit and losses on the same scale. Sri Vidyasagar has said that Bhagavadgita book would inspire students to come out of despair and also provides solutions to the problems faced by them.
Speaking on the occasion, Kumari Y.Lalitha Sindhuri, awardee of Late Savithri Memorial Award expressed her happiness to receive the award and she has also said that Late Savithri’s acting is still in the minds of public and expressed her gratitude to the trustees of Kantamaneni Venkata Sambasivarao Memorial Trust for the award presented to her.
Sri Kanthamaneni Venkateswara Rao, Sri Busurapalli Venkateswarlu, Sri Pinnamaneni Mruthyunjaya Rao, Dr.Y.Mallikarjuna Reddy, Principal and teaching and non-teaching staff had participated in the programme.