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Rajasthan calls on NRIs to Protect Heritage
Monday, August 25, 2008

To preserve the rich heritage, Government of Rajasthan has called upon NRIs, Non-resident Rajasthanis, individuals, organisations and corporate houses to sponsor the conservation works of fragile monuments through Adopt- a-Monument scheme. It calls for public-private-participation for preserving rich heritage. Rajasthan recently bagged the 'Conservation of Monuments' award at the 'Hospitality India and Explore the World Annual International Award-2008.'

The scheme envisages adoption of a monument by any person with a view to restoring and thereafter maintaining it for a period of ten years in accordance with a conservation plan drawn by the Department of Art and Culture. Under the scheme, the state government will create a heritage fund, which will finance different conservation projects. Both individuals and business houses have been asked to contribute to support the endeavours of the state. Rajasthan government will offer an exceptional publicity mileage to the donors, by advertising their contribution on their website. Corporate houses too can project their donations in their advertisements.

 

 

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