District Collector G Kishan said that excertion of HRIDAY scheme would help to promote the Warangal as a tourist destination and he informed this meeting organised to review arrangements for Kakatiya festival.
This event would be conducted for the first time after the formation of Telangana state This festival would take place in January 2015.
Celebrations would be held at Warangal Fort, Thousand Pillar Temple, Ramappa Temple and Kotagullu for three days. Eight committees would be formed to look after arrangements for the event.
“Celebrations should match the quality and content of Konark and Khajuraho festival so as to highlight the richness of Kakatiya heritage,” he said and meeting will be held once in every three days.
Marking the investiture of Kakatiya festival, a massive procession with artistes would be taken out from Pochamma Maidan to Warangal Fort and shopping malls and complexes have to be graceed with colourful lighting, Collector Kishan suggested
Warangal Municipal Commissioner and Mulug RDO were précis for alimony of sanitation, drinking water supply and electricity. The officials of rural water supply should also take care of sanitation.
Municipal Commissioner Suvarna Panda Das, Joint Collector Pausumi Basu, Additional Joint Collector K Krishna Reddy, DRO R Surendra Karan and others are elected members in making arrangements.