The HDPP originally established in the year 1969 as “Hindu Dharma Pratisthanam” with an objective to propagate and promote Hindu Dharma all over the country. It is renamed as “Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad”(HDPP) in the year 2007 and became one of the most important wings of TTD.


· To promote, propagate and preserve Hindu Sanatana Dharma by the way of conductive religious activities in a wide manner

· Preparation, publication and dissemination of information or literature relating to Sanatana Dharma

· Setting up Dharma Prachara Mandalis in districts

· Extending financial aid to certain organizations which are advocating for cause of preservation of Hindu Sanatana Dharma


Dharmic Programmes:


With an aim to bring lord closer to His devotees, TTD started this unique programme of celestial wedding of the replica of processional deities in all the rural and urban areas not only in the state but also across the country. This programme has become a huge hit within short period of time as the devotees had the opportunity to witness the grand wedding of Lord sitting right at their home places. Now TTD has set up an exclusive Kalyanotsavam Project to perform these celestial weddings across the country as well abroad with certain specific guide lines.


To enlighten the masses especially the youth of the state about our ancient traditions and values enshrined in the temples which are the epicenters of our rich heritage and culture, TTD has designed a unique programme-Managudi which is observed twice in a year in the auspicious months of “Shravana” and “Kartheeka” as they are considered to be very auspicious for worshipping the deities. A mass temple festival is conducted with public participation across thousands of temples in the State.


With an aim to impart knowledge to the youth on human values, TTD designed this unique programme where in the students of Class X, Inter I and II years will be give training on various moral subjects for a week during the summer vacation.


Padyamdwara Paramartham

Kaisika Dwadasi


Nada Neerajanam

Kala Neerajanam

Bhakti Chaitanya Yatras