10 heritage structures adopted

Published: 04th August 2012 09:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th August 2012 09:12 AM   |  A+A-

The Union Tourism Ministry has facilitated the adoption of 10 important Archaeological Survey of India monuments by the Institutes of Hotel Management and the Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management under the Clean India campaign.

The Golkonda Fort in Hyderabad, Se Cathedral & St Francis Assisi Church Complex in Goa, Gwalior Fort, Buddhist Caves in Kanheri, Megalithic Bridge on the Um-Nyakaneth between Jaracm and Syndai, Um-Nyakaneth in Meghalaya, Red Fort, Temples at Bhubaneshwar, Bhatinda Fort, Mamallapuram Group of Monuments, Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu and the Imambara of Asaf-ud Daula in Lucknow are among some of the heritage structures which will now be adopted by the institutes. 


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