Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan urged the Union Ministry of Culture to carry out repair and restoration works to protect the Kakatiya-period Trikuta Temple at Mupparam village in Warangal district.
Expressing concern over the dilapidated condition of the temple that got beautiful murals related to Ramayana etched on its ceiling, the Governor, in a letter, requested the Minister of State Prahlad Singh Patel to instruct the Archaeological Survey of India to inspect the site and coordinate with the State government to restore its splendour.
“It is important to protect such marvellous architecture works of Kakatiyas and we must protect them for the benefit of our future generations to help them know about our past glory and grandeur,” she said.
The Governor stated that Telangana State is endowed with rich cultural heritage and rare historical monuments in India. Kakatiya dynasty rulers left a great legacy by building many a great architectural marvel.