KCR to check works at Yadadri

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Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandrasekhar Rao will be visiting Yadadri today to review the works going on here at Yadagirigutta Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy temple. It is the chief Ministers pet project along with Kaleshwaram. KCR is developing Yadadri on par with Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam.

KCR will perform Puja at Balalayam and after having lords Darshan he will review the ongoing works with the officials.

Then he will also discuss the Sudarsana yagam to be performed on a big scale here where VVIPs at National and International level would be coming to Yadadri. Jeeyar Swamy has taken up the responsibility of conducting the Sudarsana yagam here at Yadadri. Yadadri was also developed under the guidance of Jeeyar Swamy.

He will hold meetings with the officials here. He will also review the construction of cottages by donors.

The Chief Minister was personally supervising the project from time to time. Sri Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamy is the main advisor for the development here at Yadadri. The Yadadri Temple Development Authority has taken up the works under Kishan Rao.

Yadadri has become a role model for all the Temples in Telangana now .

Most of the major works have been completed and KCR would finally review the project and suggest if there are any changes to be made. The Temple is done by many Sthapathis and they have one of its kind carvings and construction across the temple.

The greenery and the water bodies have also been developed around the temple. KCR will reach the Temple by 11 am, go for the Lords Darshan and then review the works.

Amenities for the pilgrims have also been improved. The roads around the Temple have been expanded. This is the second time KCR will be visiting Yadadri after he has taken over as the Chief Minister for the 2nd time in Telangana.

Art director Sai has done the architecture for the temple. Thousands of workers are still giving final touches to the Temple.Like Kaleshwaram, Yadadri is also one of the pet projects for KCR.

He assured that funds are no problem for the development of Yadadri.

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