GHHF appeal to the followers of SAVETEMPLES.ORG:
Dear Hindu Samudai, sorry for the interruption, but GLOBAL HINDU HERITAGE FOUNDATION really needs you. This is the 1st ever appeal we've shown you. All we ask is $51 [ ₹ ] and it's easy to donate on your phone. We are not greedy, so consider donating just $51 so that you can come again next year; also we understand we are not the only Hindu organization, so we encourage you to save your donation pocket. Please share our articles, to spread awareness and also to help us decide either to reduce the collective donation burden next year or add more Hindu revival causes. We ask you, humbly: Please don't scroll away.
Curious on why we began this appeal?

First off, GLOBAL HINDU HERITAGE FOUNDATION is very pleased by your support in keeping our Hindutvam reviving activities as a continuous effort. We have been brainstorming and working at various levels & activities in withholding our religious freedom with dignity and pride in Bharat.

GHHF runs purely on donations. But it has been unfortunate in recent months for being exhausted in standing against the overwhelming Hindu-extinguishing forces, on various fronts like judicial, cultural, educational, evangelical, jihadical, etc, with present financial aid that we are receiving. We have almost reached a brink of giving up our struggle.

As we all are aware that voluntary service compromises on quality of service, we can achieve quality only with more volunteers. But since we have too few voluntary people on the ground, we have injected salaried employees, welcome gifts to Gharwapasis, daily gifts to Bala Samskar kids, helping poor temple priests, goushalas & temple rennovations, legal maintenance, etc. And this in turn is now becoming a bottle neck to achieve financial fulfillment every month/year. All we ask is $51 per year. More members, less collective burden, more service.

How long do we run this drive?
OK. Now that we began apologizing for interrupting you, please feel free to get interrupted during Kartheeka maas (around November). Well, religions of Tithe and Zakat/Jiziya do suck up to 10% of the income by appealing every month. Let us all Hindus get used to be reminded once an year as a small effort to forward a step towards the revival of Hindutvam.
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Update - Savetemples International Documentary Film Festival On “Our Native Place – Our Ancient Temple – Past & Present”

26 Mar 2016 332 Views

With an objective to save the temples and protect the Sanathana Dharma, Global Hindu Heritage Foundation and SaveTemples (USA) have come together with an initiative.

An International Documentary Festival On “Ancient Hindu Temples in Our Native Place - Our Ancient Temple – Past & Present” will be held on 16th & 17th March 2016 at Prasad Labs, Hyderabad.  

The theme for the fest is Ancient Hindu Temples in Our Native Place - Our Ancient Temple  – Past & Present. The documentary should be more than 100 years old ancient temples with its history, importance, festivals and its temple lands etc. On behalf of Global Hindu Heritage Foundation, this information was released in a press note by the organization’s one of the founders, Prof. Velagapudi Prakasarao and Cultural Brand Ambassador Dr. Ghazal Srinivas. The Savetemples Organization is striving to protect temples which are in dilapidated condition across the world. They are also working towards protection of cows and Sanathana Dharma. The documentary festival is an attempt to create awareness about these issues among the people.
  • The duration of the documentary should be maximum of 10 minutes.
  • It can be made in any language but English subtitles are mandatory.
Prizes: The following cash prizes will be given to the best documentaries: 1st Prize : Rs. 1,00,000/- 2nd Prize: Rs.75,000/- 3rd Prize Rs. 50,000/- 3 Consolation cash prizes of Rs.10,000 each will also be given away to selected documentary makers. Apart from the prizes, winners will be honored with Memento and Participation Certificate and every participant will get Appreciation certificate. Those who are interested to participate in this documentary festival, please fill the online application available in our website

The last date to submit your entry along with application available in website is 6th April, 2016. Those who submitted online application are only eligible to participate in this contest.

You may Consider including this Information While making the video, please try to include as much information as possible about the past and the present. You may consider answering as many questions as possible. Some of the question may be applicable to your Temple or may not be applicable. We leave it up to your judgment as you prepare the documentary?
  1. Who conceived the idea of constructing this Temple?
  2. Is there any history as to the people who planned this Temple?
  3. Who built this Temple – one family or group of family, or group of people
  4. Name of the Temple and the place where it as built.
  5. How much time it took to complete the Temple.
  • Is it completed stage by stage (meaning: first they completed portion of it, then waited for few years and the started again like that)
  • Is it completed at one-time period?
  1. What was the date and year it was completed?
  2. Who is the presiding deity? Who are the other deities that are installed in the Temple?
  3. Is there any story about the selection of Vigrahas? Where did they come from and who carved them?
  4. Kumbabhishekam: Who did it and when was it done.
  5. How much land was donated to the Temple and by whom?
  6. Does the Temple have Raja Gopuram, dhwaja sthambam, accommodations, lake or any other special facilities?
  7. How big is the Temple and it was built on how much land?
  8. How much jewelry it used to have and does it have the same amount of jewelry or less or more.
  9. Over the years, do you know any land that was sold, encroached by others, or sold at less than market value?
  10. At present Is this temple under the government or it is being managed by independent group of people from the village.
  11. How is the Temple being managed? What are some of the problems?
  12. Are there any historical stories surrounding the power of the Temples? Are there any miracles people have?
  13. What kind of festivals are being conducted? Are there any particular festivals the Temple is known for?
  14. Do you think that the Temple is in good condition or in in dilapidated condition needing renovation?
  15. What are some of the problems the Temple is facing?
  16. What kind facilities are provided to the pilgrims?
  17. How many devotees visit the Temple on a daily basis?
  18. How many employees and priests work for the Temple?
  19. Were there any renovations done to the Temple and how many times renovations were done.
  20. You may include the information about how one can reach the Temple.
As mentioned, make your own judgement about the amount of information you want to include in your documentary based on the availability.,
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As many of you know that SaveTemple Office was opened in June 2012 in Hyderabad.  Office is located in Khairatabad. Four full time employees are working on the update of our website, Aalayavani Web Radio, Aalayavani magazine, conducting various activities to preserve and protect Hindu Temples and Culture. Our budget is approximately 2 lakh rupees per month.  We request your generous donation to conduct activities to promote unity among Hindus and restore the glory of Hinduism.

Please DONATE. Your donations are appreciated to continue the work.
NOTE: GHHF is exempt from federal income tax under section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue code.    Our tax ID # 41-2258630

Donate at:  (click ‘Donate’ button on right side).

Where to send your DONATIONS?
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation
                14726 Harmony Lane, Frisco, TX 75035.
                Your donations are tax deductible. Our Tax ID: # 41-2258630
Any questions, call: Prakasarao Velagapudi 601-918-7111

GHHF Board of Directors:
Prakasarao Velagapudi PhD, (601-918-7111 cell), (601-856-4783 home); Prasad Yalamanchi (630-832-2665; 630-359-5041); Satya Dosapati (732-939-2060); Satya Nemana (732-762-7104); Sekhar Reddy (954-895-1947); Vinay Boppana (248-842-6964); Tulasichand Tummala (408-786-8357); Raju Polavaram, MD (919-959-6141); Nandini Velagapudi, PhD (601-942-2248); Rama Kasibhatla (678-570-1151); Shankar Adusumilli MD (919-961-9584); Sireesha Muppalla (631-421-8686); Prasad Garimella MD (770-595-8033); Raghavendra Prasad MD (214-325-1969); Murali Alloju MD (703-953-1122); Veeraiah Choudary Perni MD (330-646-8004); Vishnu Kalidindi MD; Srivas Chebrolu MD; Avadesh Agarwal; Sudheer Gurram MD; Rajendrarao Gavini MD; Srinath Vattam MD, Ravi Gandhi, Ramadevi Vadali, Kishore Kancharla, Ranjith Kumar Rikkala; Satish Kodeboyina; and Dr. Ghazal Srinivas, Honorary Brand Ambassador.

GHHF Dallas Core Group
Mahesh Rao Choppa (732-429-5217); ); Srinivas Pamidimukkala (832-444-6460); Gopal Ponangi (214-868-7538); Ram Yalamanchili (214-663-6363); Ravi Pattisam (617-304-3577); Krishna Athota (214-912-3724); Sesharao Boddu (972-489-6949}; P. Viswanadham, PhD (972-355-7107); I V Rao (214-284-6227); Rajesh Veerapaneni (773-704-0405); Sunil T Patel (214-293-4740); Vijay Kollapaneni (818-325-9576); Ghanashyam Kakadia (469-583-1682); R K Panditi (972-516-8325); Viswas Mudigonda (972-814-5961); Srikanth Akula (952-334-9990); Kalyan Jarajapu (972-896-8352); Sitaram Panchagnula (714-322-3430); Vasanth Suri (408-239-3436); Phani Aduri (214-774-2139); Konda Srikanth (214-500-5890); Siva Agnoor (214-542-661).


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