Telangana has been witness to a lot of violent protests and unrest before its inception.
Today, the state is a forebearer of the principles of Vaastu. Read on…
The struggle for the separation of states which started in 1948 came to an end with the split of the then state of Andhra Pradesh into Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The current Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao formed Telangana Rashtra Samiti (T.R.S) – a party that played a key role in this split.
Vaastu is know for its worth, but it is ignored and exploited. India should adopt Vaastu whole heartedly, as it is an ancient science and has proved it worth time and again. It should be regularised and institutionalised.-Dr Ravi Rao (Vaastu Expert)
Kiran Kumar Reddy took the office as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on the orders of the Congress high command from Delhi.
He founded a new party, Jai Samaikyandhra Party, but soon lost office.
- Uneducated leaders
- Water crisis
- Poor employment opportunities
- Slow industrial development
In an interesting turn of events, the Telangana bill was passed in the Lok Sabha and two new states- Telangana and Seemandhra were formed.
Today, Hyderabad is the combined capital of the states and will remain so for the next decade. The Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrashekhar Rao has officially appointed Vaastu professionals on the government’s role. He performed a Chandi-havan for the welfare of the state officials and her citizens which was well received by the people.
Vaastu and its implementation can help boost the government’s efforts towards building a powerful state and nation. As Vaastu has a profound position influence on the inmates. Following it for public building and government offices will benefit the common man.
Other states can follow the example of Telangana and try to neap the benefits of this ancient science.