ISRO scientists went to worship at the Tirupati temple, the big mission tomorrow


Tomorrow, Saturday is the big mission. Earlier, ISRO scientists went to worship at the famous Tirupati temple in South India. Even before this, scientists have worshiped in the temple during the launch of Chandrayaan-2. However, ISRO scientists questioned this devotion. Despite being a scientist, critics also questioned why religion is a devotion.

Nine satellites will launch into space tomorrow on the back of the PSLV-C49. The PSLV-C49 will be launched from the Sriharikota launchpad at 3 pm. Of these nine artificial satellites, 6 are from 3 different countries Satellites are weather related. These satellites will play a vital role in agriculture, forest protection and disaster response.

On this day, the scientists went to the Tirupati temple to worship with a replica of PSLV-C49. One of the major Vishnu temples is located at Tirumala hill town in Tirupati, Chittor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The main deity of this temple is Venkateswara, the incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is also known as Tirupati Temple, Tirumala Temple and Tirupati Balaji Temple.

According to Hindu belief, Vishnu descended on Tirumala as 'Venkateswara' to save human society from the sorrows and pains of Kali Yuga. This is why this temple is called ‘Kaliyuga Vaikunthamah’ and Venkateswara is called ‘Kaliyuga Pratyaksha Devatamma’ (Direct God of Kaliyuga). Also known as ‘Balaji’, ‘Govinda’ and ‘Srinivas’.