Andhra Man Donates Rs 36.98-Lakh Gold Crown To Shirdi Saibaba Temple

Satish Prabhakar Annam donated a gold crown weighing 770 gm and a 620 gm silver plate on the auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan to the Shirdi Saibaba temple, said an official.

Andhra Man Donates Rs 36.98-Lakh Gold Crown To Shirdi Saibaba Temple

Last month, another person donated a gold crown worth Rs 33 lakh to the temple trust. (File)

Shirdi:

A 57-year-old man from Andhra Pradesh has donated a gold crown worth Rs 36.98 lakh and a silver plate worth Rs 33,000 to the famous Saibaba Temple in Shirdi town of Maharashtra, an official from the trust managing the shrine said on Friday.

Satish Prabhakar Annam donated a gold crown weighing 770 gm and a 620 gm silver plate on the auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan on Thursday, said Bhagyashri Banayat, the chief executive officer of the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust.

Mr Annam is a former legislator and a resident of Bapatla district of Andhra Pradesh, it was stated.

Last month, an 80-year-old doctor from Hyderabad donated a gold crown worth Rs 33 lakh to the temple trust.

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