Sabhyata Foundation takes charge of India’s four historic monuments under ‘Adopt a Heritage 2.0’ initiative

Sabhyata Foundation takes charge of Indias four historic monuments under Adopt a Heritage 2.0 initi

Sabhyata Foundation, a not-for-profit company dedicated to preserving and promoting India’s cultural heritage, has been entrusted with the upkeep and promotion of India’s four iconic monuments under the Government’s “Adopt a Heritage 2.0″project. 

The adopted monuments include Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Safdarjung Tomb, and Mehrauli Archaeological Park located in the heart of the capital. The initiative introduced by Ministry of Culture and Archeological Survey of India (ASI), aims for partnerships with private/public sector entities to provide, develop and maintain amenities at centrally protected monuments and sites. The special announcement programme held at the majestic Purana Quila was graced by S. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs, Govt of India, as the Chief Guest, and other distinguished guests.

Speaking on the occasion, Puneet Dalmia, MD & CEO, Dalmia Bharat and Monument Mitra – Red Fort which has partnered with Sabhyata Foundation on several occasions said, “Monuments and cultural sites are the heart of a nation’s identity, shaping its history and heritage, not just as relics of the past, but as symbols of our rich legacy. As our implementation partner at Red Fort, Sabhyata Foundation has done a commendable job in creating unforgettable experiences. I wish them the very best in their future endeavours.”

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