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    Kapu Vivekananda Goud, the Minister of Labor, Employment, Training, and Factories, inaugurated the golden tower at the Divya Vimanagopuram of Yadagirigutta in Kothur, Telangana. The tower was built at a cost of Rs.55,03,500 and was dedicated to Lord Lakshminarasimhaswamy. Minister Chamakura Mallareddy, MLA Malla Reddy, and MLAs Hanumantharao and Madhavaram Krishna Rao were present at the event, along with representatives from the temple management committee. The cash for the golden tower was donated by DEVO Dorbal Bhaskar Sharma and the chief priest of the temple, Nallanthighalu Lakshminarasimhacharyulu.

    During the event, Minister Mallareddy and MLA Vivekananda Goud thanked Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao for his orders to construct the golden tower in Yadagirigutta. They also mentioned that recently, 10 kg of gold was donated for the construction of the Vimanagopuram in Medchal-Malkajgiri district. The Yadagirigutta temple, Kaleshwaram project, secretariat, Ambedkar statue, and Amaravirula Stoopam were praised for their significant contributions to the development of Telangana. They further stated that Telangana is setting new benchmarks in the country’s development.

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    The golden tower at the Divya Vimanagopuram is expected to enhance the beauty of the Yadagirigutta temple and attract more devotees. The government’s efforts in developing religious sites and preserving cultural heritage have been commended by the people. The allocation of funds for such projects reflects the government’s commitment to promoting tourism and religious activities in Telangana.

    The golden tower is not only a testament to the state’s cultural richness but also a symbol of economic growth. The donations made by individuals and organizations for the construction of religious structures highlight the strong bond between the government, society, and religious institutions. The completion of the golden tower is a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to transform Yadagirigutta into a world-class pilgrimage center.

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    The event concluded with the hope that such initiatives will continue to receive support from the government and the public, ensuring the preservation and promotion of Telangana’s rich heritage. The golden tower stands as a shining example of unity and devotion, serving as a beacon for spiritual seekers and tourists alike. With its grandeur and magnificence, Yadagirigutta’s Divya Vimanagopuram is set to become a must-visit destination for devotees and tourists from around the world.

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