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Rajagopuram to be opened for public today

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The highly anticipated Mallikarjuna Mahamandapam and Rajagopuram will be tossed open for open from April 10 as Purushottama teertha Bharati of Sivaganga peetham, pupil of Sringeri soothsayer, and Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu are planned to introduce the two gigantic structures as indicated by agama sastras.

It is a long adventure for Sri Durga Malleswara Swamyvarla Devasthanam powers after the two ventures were imagined after death of six devotees in a rush on Indrakeeladri amid Bhavani deeksha viramana in 2008.


Numerous turns and turns were seen all these years even as the authorities continued reporting new due dates for the finish. Lack of silpis, sand shortage, change in plans, and complaints from higher ups in Hyderabad were a couple of reasons that prompted excessive postpone in finish. Truth be told, the Mallikarjuna Mahamandapam is still fragmented if the first plans were to be considered.

The Mahamanapam was moved toward lines of Vaikuntham line complex at Tirumala in 2009 including an expense of Rs. 20.5 crore to take care of different issues – stopping, line administration, marriage lobbies, comforts for explorers – at one go. The postponement raised the task expense to Rs. to Rs. 22.5 crore. According to the first plan, two inclines – exist and section – which are a piece of the first-of-its-kind mandapam. A specialist board of trustees that concentrated on the plausibility of inclines proposed continuing with the recommendations.

However, the Kanaka Durga sanctuary couldn’t finish the slopes as area downhill of Indrakeeladri must be procured. It is evaluated that the section slope would cost Rs. 8.2 crore and off-ramp Rs. 3.2 cr


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