Chandigarh : (zeeharyana.com/Sunita Sharma) The historical heritage of districts Mahendragarh and Rewari in Haryana would be given original forms and developed from tourism point of view. A sum of Rs 147 crore would be spent on preserving the identity of the historical heritages of these districts.
This was disclosed by Additional Chief Secretary, Tourism, Mr. Vijai Vardhan after inspecting the Mahendragarh Fort and Madhogarh Fort, in Mahendragarh today.
He said that in order to give original form to various historical heritages of districts of Mahendragarh and Rewari, to attract tourists, Rs 99 crore would be spent by the Central Government and Rs 48 crore by the State Government.
Mr. Vardhan said that with a view to realise the vision of the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal and Tourism Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma to develop the state as a tourism hub, physical verification of heritage sites at Mahendragarh, Narnaul and Rewari is being carried out.
He said that eight heritage sites of Mahendragarh and Rewari would be transformed into a Tourism Infrastructure Heritage Circuit. These included Mahendragarh Fort, Madhogarh Fort, ‘Rai Bal Mukund Dass ka Chatta’, ‘Thakhte Wali Baoli’, Dhosi Hill, Bada Talab of Rewari, ‘Sola Rahi Shiv Dharohar’ and citywide infrastructure.