Warangal will get Rs 30 crore, and Amaravati, Rs 20 crore. Warangal in TS and Amaravati in AP will get a upgrade to their tourism infrastructure as well as overall development planning after they got the heritage tag.
For Hriday, cities Centre with ancient architecture and culture. The scheme intent is to bring effective linkages between tourism and heritage, heritage-adaptive rehabilitation including retrofitting of historic buildings, reinforcing and promotion of core tangible economic activities to enhance livelihood avenues among stakeholders
The scheme intent to also refines quality of life of the locals. Installation of CCTV cameras and provision of Wi-Fi access are some of the focal points.
Amaravati: Ancient capital that flourished as Dharanikota during the rule of Ikshwakuls, Pallavas, Eastern Chalukyas, Telugu Chalukyas, Kakatiyas and Satavahana regimes.
Amaravati village village on the banks of the Krishna River, adjacent the AP capital area at Tullur, as it is patrimony town it is vastly developed.
Narasaraopeta MP Rayapati Sambasiva Rao said the Centre would develop Amaravati in various phases and Rs 20 crore would be spent under phase-1. Mr Rao added that the district collector would send a detailed report to the Union government to draft the development plan.
Warangal: Kakatiyas who ruled this vast region in peninsular India have left an indelible mark with their unique culture, architecture and irrigation technologies. Many of these structures like the Warangal Fort, 1000-pillar temple and the Ramappa temple have attracted the attention of researchers, professionals, social scientists, historians and travellers and it is the second largest city in the newly formed Telangana around 10 lakh people stays here.