About Creator

This mythological marvel is the brain child of a great visionary Sri Kunda Satyanarayana. Hailing from a poor family of a small village, Sri Kunda Satyanarayana had neither formal higher education nor any extensive travel background of distant pilgrim centres, except a great love for our culture and tradition. After the death of his youngest son, Surendra Babu, he intensely desired to do something in his memory and the idea of building a mythological park came up in his mind. The nearing retirement age, the fear of providing huge finances for the project and the discouragement from even his close circles because of his old age did not deter his firm resolve to build the great mythological museum, made the vision grow stronger day by day with greater zeal. It made him work for 12 years discussing the idea with different people and taking their views on his dream project.

He determined to do it all by himself. He took the help of some senior sculptors and started off his work. Every step was new and there was nobody to guide him through and yet he did it. Finally he was 70 years by the time he made the museum. He was least bothered about his failing health, regular travel, hard work and financial crunch which he faced while making this project and completed it with meticulous perfection. He is a man of high spiritual principles and through his exemplary life and achievement, he demonstrated to the world that where there is a ‘will’, there is a way and through determination man can achieve anything even being old and weak cannot stop you. He is wholeheartedly supported by his noble and ever loving wife Smt. Hymavathi , who stood by him through thick and thin. She is a symbol of noble virtues and replica of human values. She made charity as her life breath and helped everyone to the extent possible without expecting anything in return.

For all those who endeavor to achieve something great in their lives in any field, this couple stands as role models to emulate. Their individuality itself is a big library. There is no wisdom which is not available here for the one who has an urge to learn and adopt.