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KCR appoints Vaastu consultant as Telangana government adviser

KCR appoints Vaastu consultant as Telangana government adviser
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KCR Appoints Vaastu Consultant as Telangana Government Adviser. Not long ago, Indian kings and emperors appointed Asthana Jyotishis to predict the well being of the first family and also their kingdom. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is following the same tradition. KCR has appointed a Vastu consultant to his Government.

Not long ago, Indian kings and emperors appointed Asthana Jyotishis to predict the well being of the first family and also their kingdom. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is following the same tradition. KCR has appointed a Vastu consultant to his Government.

Meet the man Suddala Sudhakar Teja, the spirit behind some of the controversial Vastu decisions of Telengana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. In future, all major projects, and future of government buildings will depend on the advise of this man.

The 49-year-old Vastu exponent hailing from Suddala vilage of Nalgonda district has been appointed as the Vastu Adviser cum consultant of the Telangana Government in the Transport , Roads and Buildings Ministry and his responsibility is to ensure that all the designs of new buildings, dams, and highways, bridges, fly overs etc of the state government are Vastu compliant.

Way back, when the Chandrasekhar Rao took over reigns of Government in June 2014, Suddala was entrusted with the task of selecting a Vaastu compliant CM’s camp office and house for TRS president and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao at Kundan Bagh in Hyderabad .He advised the Chief Minister to give up the nearly built new complex and advised him to enter the existing CM's camp office in Begumpet with alterations. Both the projects had cost the TRS government huge funds. "But nothing is important than the well being of the CM and the state," says Teja

Popularly known as Teja, Suddala Sudhakar Teja asserts that a perfect Vaastu house or office ensures healthy living and proper decision making at all times. Vaastu is nothing but dwellings with good ventilation, airflow and gravitational power, which ensure healthy living and a good working environment leading to proper decision making, he says.

The latest in the gaffe of this vastu exponent is that the CM KCR has decided to shift the Secretariat from its existing location near Tank Bund to the Chest Hospital complex in Erragadda and to promote a Scrapper environment around the lake to suit the corporate establishments of the Global CEOs.

Sudhakar Teja, born in Suddala village of Nalgonda district, is a self-made Vaastu expert. A graduate in Arts from V.V. College, Hyderabad, he did his MA in Theatre Arts, but was pulled towards Vaastu. Son of famed revolutionary poet Suddala Hanumanthu, Sudhakar is the youngest in the popular family of four — Ashok Teja, Prabhakar Teja and Suddala Bharathi.

“I took up Vaastu as a profession in 1991. I met prominent people, Vaastu experts and read books on Vaastu for about six years before taking it up as a full-time profession. My hard work paid off. I am being regularly consulted by politicians, industrialists and businessman from all over India besides Andhra Pradesh and Hyderabad,” he says.

Sudhakar Teja is associated with KCR for over two decade. He had designed the construction of the TRS Bhavan at Banjara HIlls and it was sketched as a Palace with a high portico etc.He also advised KCR on the direction of his chambers in Secretariat and also the seating arrangements in the Camp office. It was on his advise that the TRS Chief was sworn in on June 2 itself and cabinet the next day.

Not only these Sudhakar Teja has also been deciding the muhurtam for government programs, public meetings and also crucial meetings of KCR with leaders when they come to Hyderabad. Remember how KCR had broken up an official review at HICC when Microsoft chief Satya Nadella was in Hyderabad and rushed to receive him?

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