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

Asked 2018-05-04 17:03:30 by Anonymous -

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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.

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

Asked 2018-05-04 17:03:12 by Anonymous -

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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.

When was 'Adopt a Heritage' programme launched?

Asked 2018-05-04 17:02:57 by Anonymous -

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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.

'Adopt a Heritage' was whose idea?

Asked 2018-05-04 17:02:36 by Anonymous -

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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.

What is ‘Monument Mitra’?

Asked 2018-05-04 17:02:03 by Anonymous -

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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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