Yadadari Master Plan to be Ready Soon by Telandgana Government

Master Plans News | By Rajkumar

Telangana government is finalizing the master plan of the hill shrine of Yadagairigutta renamed as Yadadri. According to the source the government is giving a final shape to the master plan.

It is proposed under the master plan that the tank in Basvapur near Yadagirigutta will be developed into a major reservoir. An annex will also be developed to the proposed reservoir with a theme park on the line of Mysor Brindavan Gardens.

On Monday, 31 August 2015, the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao examined the design for the development of Yadagirigutta temple in the master plan. The design were prepared as per the directions of Mr. Rao, who gave suggestions towards the development of temple architect and design during his visits to the temple.

After taking a review on Monday, CM reiterated that entire mound should be a spiritual environment. According to the prepared design, the main temple would be spread over the area of six acre land on the hillock which would comprises the area of Mada streets, four Raja Gopurams, way for pedestrians, queue complex, place for annual Brahmostavams and the expansion of Pushkarini.

Along with the development of Yadagirigutta temple, he also inspected the design for the development of Shiva temple and Anjaneya statue. He has also taken a review on the design of temple outskirt, cooking hall, Addala Mantapam, marriage hall, Yagasala and the construction will be done as per the plans.

CM said that “A clear picture emerged on the overall development of Yadagirigutta during Monday’s review meeting”. He also told the official to keep lifelike the idole of Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy in a cave. The development work around the cave temple will be done as per the Agama Sastra. The new structural construction would also remove all the obstacle to the devotees. Apart from the construction of main hill, the hillocks will also be developed. A marriage hall will also be constructed with the seating capacity of 2,500 people in the main hall.

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