• Role of Ppp in Conserving Monuments
    importance by Archeological Survey of India provided it meets the following requirement: 1. The monument or archeological site is not less than 100 yr. 2. It has special historical, archeological or artistic interest, making it worthy of declaration as of national importance. 3. It...
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  • Rehablitation of Monuments
    lead them. As nothing is piled in the world, the historical monuments only faces innumerable problems in all cases. They need safe-guarding hands of human generation. Thinking as this is our duty, this papers outlines issues such as various causes of degradation of monuments, knowledge of...
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  • Kellie’s Castle
    ( INDIA, MOORISH, ROMAN, GREEK ) This castle has a great historical value which reflect a history of century ago of Malaysia, it became a tourist attraction that combine more than three architecture styles in one place (Indian, roman and Greek ) . To keep this historical value alive it...
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  • Environmental Awareness
    increasing awareness hopefully a colossal change will come about our society. CONSERVATION of RESOURCES Conservation stands for many things. The conservation movement (which began in the U.S. and British India in the mid-nineteenth century) has always primarily been associated with the protection...
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  • Icomos Venice
    as wood, paper and canvas. Composite materials in many historic buildings need special consideration outside the scope of this document. Architectural surfaces and their finishing layers, with their historical, aesthetic and technical values have to be considered as equally important components of...
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  • Rise of Luxury in India
    STRUCTURE: ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION LITERATURE REVIEW METHODOLOGY CONCLUSION Rise of luxury tourism in India: Railway experience and Historical Monumental Abstract: Today, India is home of many beautiful ancient monuments heritage and have historical places. It is...
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  • Essay
    symbol of cultural expressions. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) describes ancient monument as “Ancient Monument means any structure, erection or monument, or any tumulus or place of interment, or any cave, rock-sculpture, inscription or monolith which is of historical, archaeological or...
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  • Our Constitution
    need to follow guidelines that ensure that qualities such as form and design continue to be preserved.   Protection and management requirements The management of Taj Mahal complex is carried out by the Archaeological Survey of India and the legal protection of the monument and the control over...
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  • Commonwealth
    COMMONWEALTH GAMES-2010 CONSERVATION, RESTORATION AND UPGRADATION OF PUBLIC AMENITIES AT PROTECTED MONUMENTS PROPOSAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA DELHI CIRCLE 2006 1 INTRODUCTION T he Archaeological Survey of India has under its protection 172 monuments in Delhi. These...
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  • Rock
    India only 6% population is engaged in the tourism related jobs. I think, we need to promote our tourism sector aggressively. Of course, ‘Incredible India campaign’ is receiving great applauds and showing results by way of increase in the flow of large number pro Page 2 2/9/2007 3...
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  • Save Historica Monuments
    , but responsibility for their conservation rests with the Government of India.  Other religious sites, such as the Bhadreshwar Jain Temple in Kutch are in active use, but also are of ancient origin. * Secular ancient monuments, such as fortifications, city walls and gateways, palaces, civic...
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  • Heritage Building
    incentive program, as a tool used in conservation of heritage buildings. It is proposed that this TDR program can be utilized by the heritage building owners as an option to balance the economic and preservation needs and thus, preserving the heritage and historical building in Kuala Lumpur. This...
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  • Group 1 Syllabus
    and labour movements – role of leftist parties in antifeudal and anti-colonial struggles-rise and growth of Women’s movements – origin and growth of communalism – workers and peasant movements –freedom and partition of India; important historical events after independence. SECTION-II SOCIAL AND...
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  • Hampi, the Land of Temples
    offers to the tourist a remainder of the greatest land in the whole world. Every rock, every path and every monument at Hampi speak the same language; a language of glory and beauty. In March 2002, the Government of India has announced that Hampi would be developed as an international destination centre...
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  • Monument
    /21/news/burma.php Restoration and reconstruction of monuments at Bagan 569 Department of Archaeology 1999. Inventory Record of Conservation of Monuments at Bagan, Vol. 1. Yangon: Ministry of Culture (in Burmese). Department of Archaeology 2000. Inventory Record of Conservation of Monuments...
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  • Khan
    sites needs to be conserved against any development activities to retain its originality and heritage value. Archeological monuments in Bihar have been declared protected by Government of India in the “Ancient Monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains Preservation Act. 1957”. Some of them have...
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  • Taj Mahal
    professional agency to prepare a feasibility report on the conservation, beautification, restoration and up gradation of the monument and the surrounding areas. The report will be the basis on which work will be carried out. The tasks include river water treatment, development of the garden and ambience...
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  • History
    need to survey these lesser known historical places and develop them as places of tourist interest by providing facilities like motor-able roads, basic amenities like toilets, potable water, a respectable canteen, trained guides etc. The environmental factors which are affecting the city, and hence the heritage too need to be considered seriously in order to protect the Heritage of Agra....
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  • Lahore Walled City Upgradation
    regional cultural heritage," and to that end it recommended the development of a conservation plan. The World Bank made the creation of a plan a condition of the first loans to be issued to Lahore.The study identifies some 1,400 buildings within the city as having high architectural or historical value...
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  • cultural policy of pakistan
    Iqbal’s concept of the spirit of Muslim Culture and Quaid-i-Azam’s statements on culture need to be highlighted by various institutes engaged in research on Islam, Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam. 15. Historical monuments such as tombs, forts, old buildings and other remnants of the past need to be preserved...
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