Sivamani lauds activities of CCV&A
Renowned percussionist Sivamani visited the Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati (CCV&A) at Madhu Malaxmi Chambers in the city on Wednesday.
Renowned percussionist Sivamani visited the Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati (CCV&A) at Madhu Malaxmi Chambers in the city on Wednesday. Yarlagadda Harish Chandra Prasad, chairman of Malaxmi Group and founder of the CCV&A, welcomed the percussionist. Briefing him on the activities of the CCV&A, Harish Chandra said it organised about 145 cultural programmes since its inception and launched a campaign to `Preserve Heritage for Posterity'.
As part of the campaign, neglected archaeological sites and monuments in the capital region will be identified and local people will be sensitised on preservation of heritage. Sivamani lauded the initiative of Harish Chandra in setting up the CCV&A to promote art and culture in the capital region as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility of Malaxmi Group.
He was accompanied by Vishnu Vardhan Induri, managing director of Celebrity Cricket League. Tirumala Srinivas, executive director of Malaxmi Infra, Sandeep Mandava, CEO of Malaxmi Property Ventures, E Siva Nagi Reddy, CEO of the CCV&A, and others were present.