Thursday, 02 February 2023



LATEST NEWS Pollywood stars Satinder Sartaj and Neeru Bajwa interacted with LPU Students Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu releases Calendar of 'Desh Dinesh Media' Microsoft Teams Premium gets new features powered by OpenAI's GPT-3.5 ILT20 : Playing with Gulf Giants has been a fantastic experience : Aayan Khan Tiger Shroff dances to 'Main Khiladi' from 'Selfiee' with Akshay Kumar Ravi Bishnoi will become someone like Rashid Khan : Suresh Raina 36 school principals to visit Singapore for skill development : Bhagwant Mann Adam Driver-starrer action-thriller '65' to release in India on March 10 Wrestling : Aman Sehrawat wins bronze medal at Zagreb Open Ranking Series Bhagwant Mann Fulfils Another Guarantee Promised To The People M.K. Stalin's surprise inspection at Vellore tribal school, checks breakfast scheme Release of Ranveer, Alia-starrer 'Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani' pushed to July 28 Rita gives a fresh spin to "Nayan-Jo Vekhe Anvekha" Stafanie Taylor picked in West Indies squad for Women's T20 WC but needs to prove fitness BJP, RSS use some as hooligans : Tejashwi Yadav 3 arrested in Noida for online drug smuggling 'Bigg Boss 16': MC Stan left in tears after Shalin Bhanot says Shiv Thakare deserves to win more Harassed by colleague, dentist from Lucknow commits suicide in Bengaluru The door is very much open : Gavin Larsen hopes Trent Boult plays in 2023 ODI World Cup Kiara Advani-Sidharth Malhotra Jaisalmer wedding details shared by paparazzo Pregnant woman, husband killed as car goes up in flames in Kerala


Tassaduq Mufti calls for preserving JK’s distinct heritage character

MMJHS, ICICH organize seminar ‘Heritage for Generations’

Rouf Pampori

Rouf Pampori

5 Dariya News

Jammu , 19 Apr 2018

Advocating proper preservation of heritage sites in the state, the Minister for Tourism Tassaduq Hussain Mufti today said that heritage informs about how people lived in past and encourage the coming generation to learn from their experiences and achievements.“There is great need to preserve the legacy and heritage character of our state to enable the future generation to know their past and learn from it,” the Minister said while addressing a huge audience comprising students, civil society members and experts here at a seminar organized to mark International Day for Monuments and Sites.The event “Heritage for Generations” was organized by Mubarak Mandi Jammu Heritage Society (MMJHS) in collaboration with International Committee on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICICH) here at royal complex Mubarak Mandi.The aim of the seminar was to focus on inter-generational transfer of knowledge and youth leadership. The daylong seminar witnessed guest lectures and interactive sessions and provided an open platform to the experts, students and people from all walks of life to share their memories and experiences about the heritage sites including, Mubarak Mandi complex.Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Priya Sethi was also present on the occasion.Reaffirming collaborated efforts to this end, the Tourism Minister said that besides concerned departments, civil society should also come forward to play decisive role in the preservation of the heritage sites in the state.

The Minister said that government is taking concrete measures to restore the pristine glory of the Mubarak Mandi complex for which top experts have been engaged to complete the task in a phased manner.Tassaduq Mufti also stressed on taking innovative steps to preserve the relevance of our glorious past and pass it to the next the generation.In her address, the Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Priya Sethi lauded the organizers for holding such events with an aim to aware people about the importance of cultural heritage.She stressed on redoubling the efforts to protect and conserve heritage sites, to educated the next generations by sharing with them the glorious events of past and encourage them to preserve and promote the cultural and rich heritage of the state.Priya Sethi said that the coalition government has fast tracked the work in neglected areas and innovative measures are being taken to preserve and promote the rich heritage and cultural aesthetics of the state.Later, the Ministers visited the courtyard complex and inspected the ongoing work.The Seminar also exhibited photographs to showcase the Jammu region in different lights and its rich art, culture and heritage.Besides, MLA East Rajesh Gupta, Executive Director MMJHS Sham Lal, Vice President ICOMOS ICICH Munish Pandit, members of MMJHS, ICICH and senior functionaries of the concerned departments were also present on the occasion.Dr Poonam Chaudhary, Dr Mrinalini Atrey, Tulika Rastogi, Hemani Badyal were the keynote speakers on the occasion.


Tags: Tassaduq Mufti , Priya Sethi



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2023 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD