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Expert team undertakes field visit at Bhadradri
A team of engineers and architects, including architect Anand Sai, visited here on Wedneday as part of an exercise to give facelift to Sri Rama temple on the lines of Yadadri temple at Yadagirigutta.
Bhadrachalam (Khammam): A team of engineers and architects, including architect Anand Sai, visited here on Wedneday as part of an exercise to give facelift to Sri Rama temple on the lines of Yadadri temple at Yadagirigutta.
The team arrived here on the directions of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Ministers Tummala Nageswara Rao and Indrakaran Reddy and went round the temple surrounding areas, Mada streets, Ram temple at Parnasala near here, and Jatayuvu mantap at Jatapaka and discussed measures to develop the temple with the Vedic Committee and temple administrative officials.
Anand Sai produced several model designs and showed them to the temple Executive Officer and Vedic Committee members. The Vedic Committee suggested measures to be initiated to safeguard the piety of the temple and significance of the temple town. It suggested building of another structure that houses the temples of Goddesses Lakshmitayaru and Godadevi. Construction of compartments on the lines of Tirupati is also being contemplated so that devotees can relax while in queue.