Tirumala tirupati devasthanams

Tirumala tirupati devasthanams
Thirumala tirupathi devasthanams or TTD established in 1932 as a result of the TTD Act of 1932 is an independent trust which looks after and manages Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Thirumala near Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh(state) India The trust oversees the operations and finances of the richest and the most visited religious center in the world Thirumala tirupathi devasthanams employs around 16000 people to look after and maintain all the 12 temples and sub-shrines under its control along with the execution of its social activities its also involved in many social religious and educational activities in and around Andhrapradesh ,Telangana and in most places of India.

History of TTD(Tirumala tirupati devasthanams)
Tirumala tirupati devasthanams is established in 1932 with the TTD act of 1932 According to the Act, administration of the temple was vested to a committee of seven members and overseen by a paid Commissioner appointed by the Madras Government.Advising the committee were two Advisory councils – one composed of priests and temple administrators to aid the committee with the operations of the Tirumala temple and another composed of farmers for advise on Tirumala's land and estate transactions.The Act was revolutionary in that no specific qualification for temple administration was laid for the Commissioner and the committee members. However, the Act was limited in scope in temple fund generation and usage for religious purposes only

Logo of TTD
Below is the logo of TTD it has the golden temple of Thirumala in the middle and the loard with sankam and chakra the logo Motto says Srinivasa Vijayate
means Victory to Lord Srinivasa