GHMC pumps in ’40L for Moula Ali Kaman renovation
Hyderabad: Once being disregarded for years, as well as after experiencing damages because of hefty rainfalls, the old-time Moula Ali Kaman, which is the entrance to the historical Hazrat Ali Dargah situated on Moula Ali hillside, is good to go to obtain a renovation.
The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has actually taken the campaign to recover as well as refurbish the historic monolith integrated in 1578 throughout the Qutub Shahi regimen. The monolith is most likely to prepare yourself by mid-April
The GHMC has actually designated Rs 40 lakh for the remediation jobs of the Kaman, which is the 19th-century ritualistic arc. The top enhanced part of the worn out heritage monolith, constructed from blocks as well as lime plaster, had earlier broke down 2 times. In 2007, a speeding truck struck the framework harming its columns. Repairs were performed in 2011, by the division investing Rs 15.50 lakh to recover the framework. In 2019, because of hefty rainfalls, the top part of the framework broke down once again as well as ever since, the monolith hinges on forget.
Speaking to The Hans India, MA&UD Special Chief Secretary Arvind Kumar claimed, “Municipal Administration Minister KT Rama Rao during one of his visits had directed the officials to restore the Moula Ali Kaman and also take up its renovation. With a cost of Rs 40 lakh, the structure is being restored in order to preserve and protect it.”
He even more notified that quickly the enhancement of roadways as well as joint development functions would certainly be used up independently by theMunicipal Corporation
According to INTACH Telangana Chapter Convener Anuradha Reddy, the Kaman was developed throughout a time when bullock carts were the favored setting of transport.
“The Kaman was built in the 19th century during the reign of Nawab Mehboob Ali Khan, the 6th Nizam, as a pathway to the Moula Ali Dargah. During the Nizam’s rule, the Nawab would take out a procession from the arch on an elephant for visiting the Moula Ali shrine on the hill,” included Anuradha Reddy.
“The Kaman was built in the 19th century during the reign of Nawab Mehboob Ali Khan, the 6th Nizam, as a pathway to the Moula Ali Dargah. During the Nizam’s rule, the Nawab would take out a procession from the arch on an elephant for visiting the Moula Ali shrine on the hill,” Anuradha Reddy, convener, INTACH, Telangana phase