Andhra Pradesh government is going to build an iconic building for non-resident Indians (NRIs) of Telugu. The NRI Bhavan is going to come in 23 floors in Amaravati, capital of Andhra Pradesh. The design of the building is going to look in Roman Letter "A", where design, prepared by a South Korean company, has been approved.
NRI Telugu Society will purchase 25 acres and start the construction from June. The building will have a plinth area of about 4 lakh sft. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 150 crore, where the funds will be mobilized from NRI's from 86 countries around the world
Below are the proposed features of the NRI Bhavan
- Revolving restaurant
- 2,000 sq feet audiovisual auditorium
- 1,000 sq feet amphitheater
- Venue for high-end training programmes