Ram Alladi is a director and screenwriter based in New York. He is passionate about language and story-telling, he began work in 2016 on his debut film, Chiseled. With his descriptive narrative, Alladi’s debut paints a picture not just of a place but a place in time as the camera captures floating stones, fort entrances forged from a single stone and mythical animals. With a rare talent for seamlessly weaving image and narrative together, Ram Alladi’s film brings the ancient world to life. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm9346904
Prof. M. PanduRanga Rao is a retired Professor of National Institute of Technology in Warangal. He has contributed richly to water resources management, heritage conservation, education sector, and health care. Professor Rao has played a pivotal role in tackling the acute drought situation during 1972-73 and in solving the drinking water crisis in Warangal Municipal Corporation for the last four decades Honorarily.He has been advising Govt of Telangana on irrigation project and wrote book on "Impact of Babhali and eleven other projects on sri ramasagar projects and socio economic implications for Telangana".He has also earned several awards such as the award for ‘Meritorious Service’, ‘Republic Day Honour’, and ‘Independence Day Honour’. Professor Rao has also played an important role as the convener of INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) for twenty five years and was instrumental in preserving several archaeological sites in India. He has also published several books some of which are ‘Engineering and Technological Achievements during Kakatiya Period’, ‘Hands on Heritage’ and ‘Utilization of Godavari Waters in a New Millennium’. He is the editor of proceedings of the national seminar on "Irrigation Technology of Kakatiya's". Professor Pandu Ranga Rao is also a social activist who has left an indeligable mark on conservation and preservation of Kakatiya History and Monuments.