Udupi district Ranga Mandira: Dr Jayamala lays foundation stone


Team Udayavani, Dec 1, 2018, 4:08 PM IST

Udupi: The foundation for the district Ranga Mandira and construction of Rangayana building at MPMC ground, Adi Udupi here was laid by Dr Jayamala who is the State minister for women and child welfare, Kannada and culture department, and Udupi district in charge minister.

Dr Jayamala spoke on the occasion and said “Additional grants will be provided to Udupi Rangayana in the next budget. Rangayana will be constructed at a cost of five crore rupees. The building will be built in an area of 1.37 acres. The Rangayana will have a rehearsal auditorium, teaching room, gymnastic room, accommodation for students, open air theater and canteen.”

 A sum of two crore rupees has been provided through a grant towards the construction of Ranga Mandira of which Rs 50 lakh has already been released, informed the minister.

Speaking about the benefits of the Rangayana Dr Jayamala said that a number of art forms can get developed through Rangayana. It will be a suitable platform to showcase the talent of artistes. Theater activities will begin soon. In order to pave way for this, the construction work will be completed at the earliest.

Gopalakrishna Nairy who is a member of the theatre association spoke on the occasion and said, “The main problem for Rangayana here is the lack of space (land). Since we are connected with an art related to campus, there is no separate room for workout, which is very much needed,” he said.

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