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    Nampally Public Gardens, Once a Vibrant Cultural Hub, Now Languishes in Neglect

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    The Indira Priyadarshini Auditorium in Hyderabad’s Public Garden has been closed for over three years, disappointing locals and morning walkers who remember its vibrant cultural activities. They are urging the State government to renovate and reopen the auditorium for the general public.

    Morning walkers recall the various programs held at the auditorium, including educational initiatives, youth empowerment workshops, charitable events, and medical checkup camps for senior citizens. These activities showcased the auditorium’s commitment to cultural development and social welfare.

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    The architecture of the auditorium seamlessly combines modern functionality with traditional aesthetics, providing a delightful experience for performers and audiences. The stage is adorned with intricate designs and equipped with advanced technical facilities, making it a perfect platform for artists to showcase their talents.

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    Despite its historical significance and cultural importance, the auditorium currently lies neglected. The Morning Walkers Association has submitted a representation letter to the State government, urging them to address the renovation and reopening of the venue. The closure of the auditorium during the COVID-19 pandemic has deprived the local public of hosting events and health camps.

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    Local residents and cultural enthusiasts eagerly await the reopening of the auditorium, which has been a pillar of artistic expression and community engagement for decades. Its revival would not only preserve heritage but also provide a platform for diverse cultural events, promoting artistic excellence and community unity.

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    The Indira Priyadarshini Auditorium, inaugurated in the early 1980s, has been a hub for various cultural, educational, and artistic events. It has hosted countless performances, enriching the cultural tapestry of the city with classical music, dance recitals, theatrical productions, and seminars.

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