An expert team on Wednesday left for Kedarnath to assess the restoration works carried out at the eight century shrine, which was hit by the deluge in Uttarakhand last year.
Odisha govt sought Rs 4,242.41 crore from Centre towards repair and restoration work following the devastation caused by Cyclone Phailin and floods.
The Archaeological Survey of India will begin restoration work of Kedarnath Temple, damaged by devastating floods in June, from next week and the estimated cost of the exercise will be around Rs 2.40 crore.
The Madhya Pradesh
Archaeological Department has begun restoration work at the
ruins of Bhootnath temples which were recently discovered near
Ashapuri village in Raisen district.
Day in Pics: 25th December
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