The Telangana state which is rich in Heritage sites is trying to encash its advantage. If the heritage site of the state will be convert and renovate into tourism attractions than it can earn funds for Telangana government and also attract tourists from all over the world.
KCR Government which works on this assests plans to have a garden and museum at Qutub Shahi tombs. The tale unfolds to centuries back and creates enthusiasm in visitors. After famous Charminar, Salar Jung museum is one of the top most attraction sites in Hyderabad.
On Wednesday, for restoration works at Qutub Shahi tombs the T-government sent a proposal of Rs.85 crore to the Modi government. The government also proposes to develop site museum, landscaped gardens and illumination of the monuments which is spread over 104 acre royal necropolises.
Ratish Nanda, project director, said, .”Overall, about Rs.200 crore will be spent in two to three years and by 2018 we will propose the tombs along with Golconda Fort as the UNESCO world heritage site”.
The official pointed out that there are 72 monuments on 104 acres which includes 20 major, 7 tombs and 52 minor monuments.