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VIJAYAWADA, Thursday, September 18, 2014

Plan to develop Buddhist site at Chebrolu

‘Chebrolu was a territorial capital during Kakatiya dynasty’. A few sculptures made of lime and marble stone carvings and an image of a mystical animal and ‘Yaksha’ were also found along with large bricks used for constructing the site. »
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Thiruvananthapuram, Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Not another brick in the wall

The book Masterpiece of a Master Architect: CDS unveils how Centre for Development Studies showcases the architectural concepts of Laurie Baker »
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KHAMMAM, Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Kakatiya connect to Bayyaram Tank

A potential tourists’ paradise – Bayyaram Tank – built by Kakatiyas in 13th Century A.D., needs a push from Government. Eight-foot pillar found near the tank is engraved on four sides of the stone in Telugu, Kannada script in Sanskrit language, the inscription contains 71 Sanskrit verses etched in several metres in length. There are no restrooms, or other accommodation facilities in and around Bayyaram for an overnight stay. Tourists can come from Khammam (about 55 km) or Mahabubabad in Warangal District (about 10 km). The Hindu photographer G.N. Rao takes a look at the Bayyaram Tank. »
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