Sunday, November 23, 2014

World Heritage Week

The 19th annual programme of Centre For Archaeological Studies &
Training, Eastern India was held on 20-21 November, 2014 in the city.
The greater Kolkata is now 1886.67 square kilometres. Kalyani to
Baruipur, Uluberia to Rajarhat - the archaeology of greater Kolkata
was being discussed in the seminar and the colonial architecture,
culture, education, health, water of these areas were assessed too.
19-25 November is the World Heritage Week. Murshidabad Heritage
Development Society is working to conserve the heritage of this old
historical place. To observe this week, a seminar named 'Resurgence'
is now being held at the lounge of Bengal Chamber of Commerce &
Industry, Dalhousie. Eminent personalities in respect of heritage
monuments, architecture, culture, workers, experts or policy makers
will participate in this seminar. A book named "Murshidabad" was
published from here yesterday. Many experts of conservation will
participate here across the country.

A. B.

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