While it is the dream of all people to have their own house, making it come true is the dream of Perala Manasa. On Wednesday, the 23-year-old civil engineer announced the launch of OPods or Micro Homes with a bedroom with a built up area of 120 square feet. It is made of 2000 mm diameter concrete pipe. She comes from a poor family in Bomkal village in Karimnagar district of Telangana. Mansa gives inspiration to her single mother. She credits the Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Society (TSWREIS) for her education, which inspired her to dream.
Mansa did design studies in Hong Kong, Japan
According to an Indian Express report, after doing a BTech (civil engineering) from Lovely Professional University in May 2020, Mansa spent six months exploring designs in Japan, Hong Kong and elsewhere that fit local needs and health conditions Should be After this, in January 2021, he registered his company. Work on the first model began in March 2021.
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Focused primarily on the underprivileged, Mansa has 12 different designs of experimental mobile housing, which fit according to different sectors. The OPod comes with a bedroom, kitchen, hall, washroom and shelves and is equipped with electricity, water and drainage. With a similar lounge balcony above the tube, OPod is better for one or two persons. According to the report, Mansa said that this is the first model of its kind in India. At 40 to 120 square feet, we have a customized all weather home with a life span of 100 years. The price can be around 3.5 lakh rupees to 5.5 lakh rupees. He also informed that two or three bedroom houses are also available.