Details of lands under the control of the Hindu Charitable Trusts are published on the Internet.

Details of the temple lands under the control of the Hindu religion and the temple department have been published on the Internet.

Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department.

There are more than 40,000 temples in Tamil Nadu under the Department of Hindu Religious Affairs. 

These temples own about 5 lakh acres of land across Tamil Nadu.  These lands are under the control of the Department of Hindu Religious Affairs.  But thousands of acres of it are illegally occupied. 

Demands have been rising for a long time to reclaim these lands.  Also, there are lawsuits in the courts regarding the occupation of lands owned by the Treasury.

hindu samaya aranilaya thurai

In this context, various special measures are being taken after the DMK government headed by MK Stalin took charge. 

Sekar Babu, the Minister of Hindu Religious Affairs, had said that the temple properties would be made public on the internet. 

In a statement issued yesterday, ‘The land owned by the temples is 4,78,272 acres.  Verification of title deeds to these lands is currently in full swing.

Tamilnilam by Hindu Samaya aranilaya thurai.

The title deeds of the temple lands have been compared with the “Tamilnilam” software under the control of the Revenue Department and have been classified into three species as fully compatible species, partially compatible species and new species. 

The details will be published on the website of the Department of Hindu Religious Affairs tomorrow. 

In this regard, details of the temple lands under the control of the Hindu religion and the Department of Charities have been released. 

Details of lands under the control of the Hindu Charitable Trusts are published on the Internet.
Details of lands under the control of the Hindu Charitable Trusts are published on the Internet.

Details of the first phase of 3,43,647 acres of land can be found on the official website of the Department of Hinduism and Charities at www.hrce.tn.gov.in.

Previously, there was 5.5 acres of land owned by Vadapalani Murugan Temple in Gandhi Nagar area of Saligramam, Chennai.  Its value is around Rs 250 crore. 

The place has been occupied and used as a parking lot and has been reclaimed for the past few days.