ANANTAPUR: Kings and kingdoms have vanished, and new lords and kingdoms are appearing, because of the rich styles of chose pioneers. A large number of them have as of late raised palatial houses and live in style in Rayalaseema, the past seat of the Vijayanagar Empire. Flush with cash in their grasp, a few pioneers have assembled open houses in different urban areas including Hyderabad and Bengaluru too.
As history uncovers, the heads assembled huge homes notwithstanding for occasional and transitory stay, while pioneers in the present period are demonstrating a distinct fascination to fabricate enormous houses as a materialistic trifle. This is not limited to one gathering or a zone. Numerous pioneers live in houses that are like castles of recent royals. Rayalaseema Hakkula Vedika organizer and previous MLA T.G. Venkatesh’s home sprawls more than 5 sections of land in Sankalbag in Narsingraopet zone in Kurnool city. The place of Kampli MLA at Kamalapuram in Hampi in Bellary region seems like a castle or Mahal. The compound mass of the house remains at a stature of 10 ft and takes after a fortification. Three more pioneers in Bellary area have developed homes in the same way. The pioneers have likewise set up efforts to establish safety as additionally different grown-up toys.
Killed Paritala Ravindra’s home in Aravind Nagar territory, a multi-storeyed building, has a compound divider and defensive structures to oppose even assaults. YSRC president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s habitations in Bengaluru and Hyderabad pulled in feedback previously. His palatial house on a sprawling 22-section of land plot on the edges of Bangalore is finished with a private helipad. Lotus Mahal in Hyderabad was too among the huge plots of pioneers of Rayalaseema.Leaders from Anantapur, Kurnool, Kadapa and Bellary based their living arrangements on the lines of royal residences. CPI region secretary K. Jagadish, for one, sees that the pioneers are living in imperial quality.