Telangana IT Minister visits Qutb Shahi tombs — Bihar Praba com on Aga Khan Trust for Culture| Minister appreciated the trust for trying to bring back original glory to seven tombs| Videos

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Hyderabad, Jan 03 (ANI): Telangana Urban Development and IT Minister KT Rama Rao on Tuesday visited Qutb Shahi tombs at Golkonda. He also attended an event organised by Aga Khan Trust to mark completion of a tomb conservation work. He later appreciated the trust for trying to bring back original glory to seven tombs. He further stated that by taking the help of the Government of India, they all will try to bring world heritage status to the historic place.

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KTR pledges to make Badi Baoli Hyderabad’s pride | Seven Tomb conservation work completes

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Minister KTR Inaugurates Badi Baoli Conservation at Qutb Shahi Tombs

Minister for IT, Telangana

Published on 3 Jan 2017

Minister Sri KT Rama Rao formally inaugurated the Badi Baoli Conservation at Qutb Shahi Tombs Heritage Park, done by AKDN supported by Tata Trusts.

Minister KTR Visits Qutb Shahi Tombs and Pledges To Make Badi Baoli Hyderabadi Pride | T News

T News

Published on 3 Jan 2017

Minister KTR Visited Qutb Shahi Tombs and Pledges To Make Badi Baoli Hyderabadi Pride. KTR Visited Deccan Park and 7 tombs, also spoke to make That Place as a World heritage place, They will be Giving Funds to Kuli Kutubsha Development.

See also:

Qutb Shahi Heritage Park – 2015 Annual Report

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Qutb Shahi Heritage Park is listed on the tentative World Heritage List. Major conservation and landscape restoration works will be undertaken from 2013-23 to ensure long term preservation and enhance the visitor experience of this site of international significance.

The Qutb Shahi Heritage Park, including the Deccan Park area, is one of the most significant historic medieval necropolises anywhere in the world, comprising over 70 structures mausoleums, mosques, step-wells/ water structures, a hamaam, pavilions, garden structures – all built during the reign of the Qutb Shahi dynasty which ruled the Hyderabad region for 169 years in the 16th – 17th centuries.

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