Ravindra Bharathi is an amphitheater situated in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It was named after Rabindranath Tagore.
On 23 March 1960, the then Governor of Uttar Pradesh and a previous Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Bezawada Gopala Reddy established the framework stone of the amphitheater. Worked amid the birth century festivities of Rabindranath Tagore, the theater was developed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh for over a year. On 11 May 1961, previous President of India Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan initiated it to serve the social needs of the district.
The assembly hall kept on being kept up by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. In 2005, remodel works were taken up following 44 years of its introduction. According to that, the legislature burned through ₹15 million (US$220,000) to enhance the insides, lighting, acoustics, ventilating, stage, green room. The seating territory was completely renovated to give best in class look to the amphitheater. Moreover, the building outsides, arranging, stopping regions, nourishment courts and different offices were additionally moved forward. For the redesign, the assembly hall was shut for a month.
On 11 May 2010, the brilliant celebration festivities of the assembly room were composed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The Department of Culture aided in sorting out Kuchipudi presentations by Shobha Naidu and her troupe, and a Bengali expressive dance by the neighborhood Bengali society. What’s more, the festivals highlighted playback artist Kavita Krishnamurthy and violinist L. Subramaniam.
The theater’s offices can be rented by the overall population for social projects. In 1981, the Government of Andhra Pradesh founded a Department of Culture and depended it with the organization of this hall.
The hall has a plinth zone of 2,295 square yards (1,919 m2) with a seating limit of 1,104. The performing stage is 105 feet wide, 48 feet profound and 38 feet high.
In 2009, the state bureau clergyman J. Geeta Reddy introduced the site of the assembly room. This office was to make the procedure of booking less demanding.