Hyderabad: A new Kaloji Kala Kendram will be established soon in memory of noted poet Kaloji Narayana Rao in Warangal. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, who took the decision in connection with Kaloji Centenary celebrations, also decided to set foundation stone for the mega multi-purpose cultural centre on September 9.
The convention centre will come up on a three acre land in Balasamudram in Hanamkonda. Mr Rao told senior officials, including advisor to Telangana government K.V. Ramanachary that the cultural centre should be on the lines of Ravindra Bharathi in Hyderabad.
It should have multipurpose facilities, including a convention centre, marriage hall, library and other facilities wherein about 2,000 people could be accommodated, the CM said. He asked them to hire a reputed architect and keep the designs ready at the earliest.
The Chief Minister indicated that he would participate in the Kaloji Narayana centenary celebrations in Warangal and Hyderabad on September 9.
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