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Mulkanoor is a village situated in Bheemadevarapalli Mandal, Warangal Urban. Village’s population is around 10000.
This village is known for its heroics in the movement for independence of India and subsequent struggles for merger of Hyderabad into India. Recently, President of India honoured a few surviving Quit India movement heroes and one among them was from this village by name Shri Padala Chandraiah garu.

This village got the rich history in cooperative movement as we are aware that Mulkanoor Cooperative Bank is the second best cooperative entity in the South Asia even today. The cooperative movement is now decaying elsewhere but not in this village. National and international delegations visit very frequently the institutions being run by cooperative society.

The great positive impact of this cooperative society is that no farmer has committed a suicide or attempted to suicide in the last 4 decades in and around this village, where cooperative bank of this village serves the farmers directly and indirectly, though many commit suicides in other places of the State due to crop failures, lack of credit facilities etc. Late Shri PV Narasimha Rao, former Prime Minister of India hails from this place (Vangara village, 6 KMs from Mulkanoor) and he held the position of Vice-President of the Cooperative Bank; and he started his political career from this place.

In and around Mulkanoor village, there are 15 high schools, 3 Junior Colleges and 1 Degree College catering to the educational needs of 15 villages in the radius of 7 kilo metres. Thousands of students belonging to poor and lower middle classes are attending to various schools and colleges and aspiring to compete for Entrance Tests and competitive examinations.

Keeping in view the above requirement of the youth and students of the area, two NGOs by name Spandana Charitable Trust and Mulkanoor Graduates’ Association have started a library in the name of “Praja Grandhalayam, Mulkanoor” in a temporary accommodation.

Now, the Village Panchayat gave around 1000 Sq.Yards of land for construction of a permanent building for the library. Construction work is commenced and presently  groudfloor is completed. The plan is to have two story building, the ground floor for the library and first floor for the conference hall cum coaching centre. The estimated cost of the construction is around Rs.50 lakhs. Hon’ble Local MLA, MLC and MP have sanctioned Rs.30 lakh from their constituency funds. Praja Grandhalayam, now seek donations from philanthropists and corporates to lend helping hand to complete the building so that it will serve as an informal education centre to promote positive environment, scientific temper, competitive spirit and employable skills among the youth and students of this historically prominent village and its surrounding villages.