Each space on our premises has a story to tell.
In keeping with our ethnic & nature friendly thrust, every space at Saptaparni has been named in Telugu after trees that flourish on our lovingly landscaped garden area.
We took our naming cue from Mr. JPL Gwynn, the original owner of the Sapataparni building, a true cultural ambassador and inclusive English gentlemen, who continued to serve as an officer in India long after the British evacuated. Mr. Gwynn’s legendary passion for the Telugu language not only resulted in his name plate in the secretariat being scripted in Telugu but also led to the compilation of his magnum opus the Telugu- English Dictionary, published by the Oxford University Press in 1991.
So our building really has a claim to some rich history!!!