The place of R.K. Narayan at Yadavgiri here will turn into a remembrance to the praised author. On the off chance that everything goes as arranged by the city organization, which spared the house from destruction four years prior and obtained it now, the dedication will be progressively created on the lines of Shakespeare's home in Stratford-on-Avon in England. The maker of Malgudi lived in this house for about two decades previously moving to Chennai in the mid 1990s, where he lived until his passing in 2001. "The rebuilding and repairs of the somewhat wrecked bit of the structure will be taken up on a need premise, and the way toward creating it on the lines of Shakespeare's living arrangement as imagined will come later," Corporation Commissioner C.G. Betsurmath revealed to The Hindu on Friday.