The only State in the nation to establish a dedicated Brahmin Sadan is Telangana. According to him, the telangana government has raised the bar for guaranteeing the welfare of the Brahmin group. The Kalyana mandapam in the Sadan offers free weddings and other services to members of the community. Aside from this, the nine-acre property includes an auditorium, an information center, and a Seer's lodging facility.
The chief minister added that the Rs. 2 lakh grant that was previously given to support Veda Patashala operations and maintenance will now be granted yearly. According to him, the government has also agreed to expand cost reimbursement for students attending ITMs and IIMs. In addition, the chief minister promised that the difficulties of the Anuvamshika archakas will be examined in the cabinet and resolved as soon as possible.
President of the All india Brahmin Federation Dr. pradeep Jyothi applauded chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao's decision to build a Brahmin Sadan exclusively for Brahmins.
"This is a state government's first-ever effort of this nature. We also congratulate the chief minister for adopting many welfare and development initiatives, particularly the Brahmin community's entrepreneurs supporting the project and the foreign education program for youngsters. In other States, political parties and leaders make a number of election-related announcements for the Brahmin community, but after the results are announced, they fail to follow through on their promises. Instead, he claimed, chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao takes initiative and works to advance the interests of all ethnicities.