Mr. Kothapally Krishna Reddy, grandson of Dr. Marri Channa Reddy, Smt. Marri Savithri Devi and Sri Kothapally Ramchandra Reddy has founded the CSR Memorial Foundation in the memory of his grandparents who played a key role in influencing his life & character. They were great leaders and stewards who inspired a lot of people and contributed immensely to society.

The primary objectives are –

  • To promote & encourage education.
  • To provide health care and medical aid for poor & needy.
  • To promote sustainability & conservation among all people, small or big; rural or urban.
  • To align with individuals & organizations to pursue seva initiatives for the common good of all concerned.
  • To utilize and promote technology to effectively integrate and deliver seva programs/plans.
  • To encourage people that they can make a difference, irrespective of how insignificant they feel.

Dr. Marri Channa Reddy was born on Jan 13th, 1919. He played an outstanding role in shaping the destiny of not only Andhra Pradesh but also several states in India where he was Governor. His rise from a humble lower class agricultural family to the positions of a State Minister, the Union Cabinet Minister, Governor of several states including (Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan & Tamil Nadu), Twice Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh bears proof to a fascinating saga.

He was married for more than 60 years to Savithri Devi, known as ‘Amma’ to everyone. She was an inspiration to the family and actively participated in the well being both inside as well as outside the house. With her spiritual bent of mind has been a great source of courage and inspiration to Dr. Reddy. She was synonym for her devotion to Dr. Reddy and saw to everything that he needed. This was her most important mission in life. .

He was famous by name K. Ramchandra Reddy of Pulimamidi Village. He was the eldest son of Late K. Pulla Reddy. After the death of his father, he and his mother Smt. Kothapally Rangamma who was principled lady, took up the management of the joint family. He acquired several agricultural lands and he was one of the biggest pattedar of the Talque Ibrahimpatan. He was very famous among his relatives and friends circle. He was principled man. Though he was big pattedar of Talque Ibrahimpatan, he was very much interested in giving education to his family members including the sons of his two sisters also. He passed away on August 31st, 1990 at a ripe age of 97. The local government school with more than 450 bright and energetic students was started in the land donated by him. This is one of the biggest schools in the region. He also donated several hundred acres of land under Bhoodan.

Important Dates

Date Year Person Ocassion
Jan 4th 1925 Smt Marri Savithri Devi Birthday
Jan 3th 1919 Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Birthday
April 10th 1940 Mr. Marri Krishna Reddy Birthday
May 3rd 1936 Smt Marri Savithri Devi - Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Wedding Anniversary
June 15th 1961 Mr. Marri Krishna Reddy Death Anniversary
July 25th 2000 Smt Marri Savithri Devi Death Anniversary
August 31st 1990 Sri Kothapally Ramchandra Reddy Death Anniversary
December 2nd 1996 Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Death Anniversary

Important Locations

Primary Persons / Ocassion Primary Venues Key Team
Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Memorial Rock Garden, Indira Park (Local + Trust Support Team)
Sri Kothapally Ramchandra Reddy Residence of Sri Kothapally Ramchandra Reddy, Pulimamidi
Mr. Marri Krishna Reddy Hanuman Temple / Savithri Kala Kendra / Savithri Gardens, Uppal
Mr. Marri Krishna Reddy Marri Krishna Hall, Tarnaka

The philosophy behind Seva Connect is to provide a platform and support for Seva initiatives, based on the principles of - (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam & Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu)

Facilities accessable to us incl.

  • Marri Krishna Hall, Tarnaka.
  • Savithri Gardens, Behind Big Bazaar, BodUppal.
  • Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Memorial Rock Garden, Indira Park.
  • Schools & Development center at Pulimamidi, Kandukur, Srisailam Highway or any other place where we could assist. .
We also looking at acting as a connector for various issues so that we have synergies in place and issues can be effectively addressed. Taking the approach from a MiCRO to a MaCRO perspective and elevating the discourse.