Excel India Desk
Telangana Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on May 31, Wednesday said that “Dharma Vijaya” would enable the society flourish and the country attain progress in the coming days. Speaking at the inaugural function of the Viprahitha Brahmin Sadan at Gopanapally in Hyderabad the chief minister asserted that the Dharma practiced by us would bring laurels and achievements in the coming days.
The chief minister spoke how the Telangana government was committed to fulfill the aspirations of Brahmins in the state . He recalled how the Brahma Gyana would pave way for Brahmanatva and affirmed that Brahmanatva was intellectual specialty in the Bharateeya Dharma. Stating that the role of Brahmins in the present day society was precious the chief minister added that the Purohithas are usually known as the culmination of making good for the place they reside.
The chief minister further recalled how the Brahmins have taken the chants of loka Samastha and how they preach the society flourish. The chief minister said the Vipra Sadan was first of its kind in the country and the national leaders of Brahmin associations lauded the efforts of the chief minister.
“Brahmin Sadan, First in India”
Recollecting all the good deeds of Brahmins in his crisp speech at the one and only Brahmin Sadan constructed in the country the chief minister reaffirmed the policy of state government to strengthen Sarvajana in the state. The chief minister detailed how the first initiatives of the government helped the Brahmin sankshema parishad take roots in the state.
The CM said that his government was allocating Rs.100 crore every year for the welfare schemes implemented by the Brahmin body. He detailed that an overseas scholarship , a scheme with the acronym of BEST Are implemented in the state. The chief minister detailed that a total of 780 students were benefited under overseas scholarships and the BEST is granted with Rs. 150 crore.
Stating that the Viprahitha Sadan inaugurated today was constructed in a spacious area of 9 acres with an expenditure of Rs12 crore the chief minister elucidated how the culture of sanathana is preserved in the new centre. The new centre he detailed would enable Brahmins of different financial strata get the benefits.
The chief minister further detailed that three more Bhavan in Suryapet, Khammam , Madhira and Beechupalli are being constructed under the aegis of Brahmin parishad. During his address to the audience the chief minister announced several sops for the welfare of Brahmins in the state.
He said the honorarium of Veda Pandits would be enhanced to Rs. 5 thousand and the age limit was reduced to 65 years. Similarly the Dhupa Deepa Naivedya scheme would now be extended to 6441 temples in the state he announced. The chief minister announced that the fee reimbursement scheme for iit iim students would now be implemented for Brahmin students and the annual grant for Veda schools be extended to the tune of Rs. 2 lakh per annum.
CM KCR inaugurated the Sadan in the presence of Peethaadhipathis and eminent Brahmin clerics. Brahmin parishad chairman KV Ramana Chary IAS (Retd), chief secretary Santhi Kumari, IAS also addressed. The inaugural is held with the chanting of Traditional mantras and Homas were performed to mark the inaugural.
Education Minister Sabita Reddy, former MP Capt Lakshmikantha Rao, Hyderabad mayor Vijayalakshmi, MLAs Arikepudi Gandhi, Satheesh Vodithela ,MLCs Vani Devi, Deshapathi Srinivas and MPs and other dignitaries, were present on the occasion, according to an official media release.