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Government Offered Help in Repairing Quake-Damaged Monuments

on 2001/4/4 9:45:02 ( 1012 reads )


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VADODARA, INDIA, April 02, 2001: The Indian Archaeological Society (IAS), a Delhi-based organization, has approached the Gujurat State with proposals to restore eight state-protected monuments damaged in the recent earthquake. They have estimated a cost of about US$3.2 million for the restoration. AIS archeologist D. I. Krishnani said monuments included the Navlakha temple in Ghumli (Jamnagar), four monuments in Kandhkot Bhuj, Bhujia Kothar in Jamnagar, Shiv temple at Kera and the Khambhalena caves at Rajkot.




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