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Heritage Management

Vaibhav Prakash

Heritage Management Policy of Rajasthan and its impact on Sustainable Rural Development

Objectives: To study and analyse Heritage Management Policy of Rajasthan. To study the pre-requisites for sustainable rural development. To find out the way to integrate both and to make Heritage the engine for sustainable rural development.

Aim:

To study and analyse how Heritage Management Policy of Rajasthan can propel sustainable rural development.

Methodology:-

Study has to be divided into four sub heads, namely: 1. 2. 3. 4. Legal framework Administrative and Institutional framework Financial framework Technical aspect

Important laws and regulations to be reviewed under above stated categories:1. Rajasthan Monuments, Archaeological Sites and Antiquities Act 1961 (Act XIX of 1961) 2. Rajasthan Tourism Policy 3. Amendment 73rd and 74th 4. International Charters for Conservation 5. The Ancient Monuments Preservation Act 1904 6. The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act 1958 and Rules 1959 7. Antiquities and Art Treasure Act 1972 and Rules 1973 8. Marwar Ancient Monuments Preservation Ordinance 1928 Agencies which are identified for Financial, Technical and Administrative supports:1. Government of Rajasthan a. Department of Arts and Culture b. Department of Tourism
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Heritage Management

Vaibhav Prakash

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

c. State Department of Archaeology d. Rajasthan Institute of Conservation and Cultural Properties e. PHED Local Self Government ASI INTACH UNESCO ICOMOS

Case Study Delwara a semi urban settlement near Udaipur may be taken up as the case study. This place has a Gram Panchayat and falls under Rajsamand district of Rajasthan.

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