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Need to protect ancient sculptures in Amaravati: Mandali Buddha Prasad

Need to protect ancient sculptures in Amaravati: Mandali Buddha Prasad
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Deputy Speaker in the state Assembly, Mandali Buddha Prasad, speaking on the need to protect ancient sculptures in Amaravati today, said that the government will develop museums in Amaravati on par with the international museums.

Deputy Speaker in the state Assembly, Mandali Buddha Prasad, speaking on the need to protect ancient sculptures in Amaravati today, said that the government will develop museums in Amaravati on par with the international museums.

He inaugurated ‘International Museums Day’ celebrations held in Amaravati today. Speaking on this occasion, he explained about the steps to be taken by the government to protect ancient sculptures in Amaravati.

MLA Kommalapati Sridhar said that the government has taken steps to develop Amaravati and Dhyana Budhdda Project to attract more tourists. He mentioned that the government has taken steps to develop Amaravati under the Hriday and Prasad schemes and it will develop infrastructure to attract more tourists. The Dhyana Buddha Project will be completed soon he concluded.

District collector Kantilal Dande said that the district administration has taken steps to develop Amaravati and improve necessary infrastructure. They will construct a big ghat at Amaralingeswara Swamy temple for the convenience of pilgrims who come for Pushkarams.

Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation executive director R Mallikarjun Rao and Dhyana Buddha Project in-charge R Mallikarjuna Rao printed an 82- page booklet to explain history of Buddhissam in our country. Mandali Buddha Prasad, Kantilal Dande, Kommalapati Sridhar released it. Guntur revenue divisional officer K Bhaksar Naidu were among those who participated.

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