Brahmana Samkshema Sadan inaugurated with sacred ceremonies and distinguished guests

To improve the financial well-being of Brahmins, Chief Minister KCR announced significant increases in stipends and schemes.

By Nikisha Uddagiri  Published on  31 May 2023 9:13 AM GMT
Brahmana Samkshema Sadan inaugurated

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao inaugurated the 'Viprahitha Telangana Brahmana Samkshema Sadan' at Gopanpally today. The event witnessed a momentous gathering of distinguished individuals, community leaders, and Brahmin representatives.

Esteemed priests from renowned shrines and heads of various Peethams, including the Kanchi Kamakoti and Dwadasha Jyotirlinga temples, graced the occasion.

Addressing the gathering after inauguration, CM K Chandrashekar Rao said, "Brahmins work tirelessly for the welfare of the world, and it is our duty to support them. To ensure their well-being, we have implemented several schemes specifically designed for poor Brahmins."

He further said, "We are committed to providing a conducive environment for Brahmins from different states who come here seeking accommodation. To facilitate their needs, we have established the Brahmin instrument, which is unique to Telangana, aiding their settlement."

The Chief Minister expressed gratitude to Telangana Brahmin Samkshema Parishad (TBSP) Chairman KV Ramana Chary and appealed for his assistance in establishing a library, further enriching the intellectual resources of the Brahmin community. He continued, "In addition to the library, we are constructing Brahmin Sadhana Buildings in Suryapet, Khammam, Madhira, and Dichpally, which will open soon, serving as dedicated spaces for the community."

To improve the financial well-being of Brahmins, Chief Minister KCR announced significant increases in stipends and schemes. "We have raised the monthly stipend from 2500 to 5000 rupees, ensuring a better livelihood for our Brahmin community. Additionally, we are reducing the eligibility age for this stipend from 75 years to 65 years, providing timely support to those in need."

Emphasizing the government's commitment to education, Chief Minister KCR declared, "We will offer fee reimbursement to Brahmin students who secure seats in prestigious institutions such as IITs and IIMs. This initiative will empower our young scholars and promote academic excellence."

CM KCR also addressed the Dhupa Deepa scheme, stating, "We are increasing the monthly assistance from 6000 to 10,000 rupees, benefiting a larger number of individuals. This initiative will ease financial burdens and improve the overall quality of life for our Brahmin community."

Viprahitha Telangana Brahmana Samkshema Sadan

Spread across more than six acres of land, the Brahmana Samkshema Sadan includes four main buildings. The administrative building acts as the central hub for managing Sadan's activities and operations. It ensures that everything runs smoothly and efficiently.

Another significant part of it is the Kalyana Mandapam and auditorium. This spacious hall is perfect for hosting important ceremonies, community gatherings, and cultural events. It can accommodate a large number of people comfortably.

To provide a comfortable stay for seers and their disciples visiting Hyderabad, the Brahmana Samkshema Sadan offers dedicated guest rooms. These rooms are designed to make their visit more convenient and pleasant, allowing them to fully participate in events and engagements.

Additionally, the Sadan features a well-maintained toilet block to ensure cleanliness and convenience for visitors. This facility aims to provide a welcoming and hygienic environment.

With a total cost of Rs.12 crore, the construction of the Brahmana Samkshema Sadan highlights the government's commitment to supporting the Brahmin community. In the future, the Brahmana Samkshema Sadan also plans to provide accommodations for students pursuing higher education. Furthermore, special coaching classes will be organized to help students prepare for competitive exams.

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