Indian Standards Organisation official inspects Yadadri temple works
Indian Standards Organisation (ISO) Special Officer Shivaiah inspected the ongoing works being carried out inside the main temple of Yadadri.
Yadadri: Indian Standards Organisation (ISO) Special Officer Shivaiah inspected the ongoing works being carried out inside the main temple of Yadadri.
On Monday, as a part of his inspection, Shivaiah examined the type and quality of sand, steel, bricks, stone and other building material being used in the construction works of the temple. He sought directions and suggestions of the officials who have been monitoring the temple works.
He examined the ongoing works of Laddu selling complex and raw materials being used for the construction of Lord Shiva and Ganapathi temples.
Officials concerned explained the details of works and materials and the type of stones being used for sculpture works.
He was accompanied by temple official Vasantha Naik and other Yadadri Temple Development Authority (YTDA) officials. Meanwhile, officials of YTDA, along with temple chairman Nasimha Murthy, laid foundation stone for the proposed Shivalayam.
Officials concerned informed that the temple was planned to be constructed in an area of one acre, which included boundary wall and temples for Goddess Parvathi, Lord Ramachandra Swamy and Ganapthi and a statue of Nandi. Officials informed that works of temples would be completed by September.