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Asked on 4 May, 2018

How have the monuments been categorized for 'Adopt a Heritage' programme?

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The monuments have been divided into 3 categories- Green, Blue, and Orange. The division of these categories is on the basis of tourist footfall and visibility.

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Which all monuments have been put up for adoption under 'Adopt a Heritage'programme of government?

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More than 93 monuments across India including Fatehpur Sikri, Chand Baoli, Pangong Tso, Sundarbans National Park and others have been put up for up for adoption by the government.

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When was 'Adopt a Heritage' programme launched?

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The 'Adopt a Heritage' programme was launched by our president Mr. Ram Nath Kovind last year on the occasion of World Tourism Day.

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'Adopt a Heritage' was whose idea?

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The idea of 'Adopt a Heritage' is the brainchild of Ministry of Tourism, along with the Ministry of Culture and the Archaeological Survey of India. The idea is to give a heritage monument up for adoption.

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What is ‘Monument Mitra’?

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'Monument Mitra' is a term coined for an entity which is partnering with the government under its project called 'Adopt A Heritage'.

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