Last Updated: 01 May, 2022 08:23 AM
Thirumalai: The Thirumalai Tirupati Devasthanam has decided to build the Ezhumalayan Temple from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and is implementing it. However, the Ezhumalayan Temple and Information Center has been operating in a rented space in Mumbai for the past 20 years.
Although the temple had its own place there for a thousand square feet, the temple could not be built on that small space. Knowing this, the Maharashtra government decided to provide 10 acres of state-owned land in the Navi Mumbai area. Its current market value is Rs 500 crore. The documents were handed over by Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray to Tirupati yesterday and handed over to Thirumalai Tirupati Devasthanam Board of Trustees Chairman Subbaretti. Raymonds has come forward to build the majestic Seven Mountains in this place. The agreement was signed yesterday on behalf of Raymonds Chairman Gautam Singhania by the company’s Vice President Sanjeev Sarin.