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Archaeological Survey of India

Behind the mystery of haunted Bhangarh Fort

Located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, the imposing Bhangarh Fort is deemed as one of the most haunted places in India.

Avoid repeat of Ayodhya

Directing ASI to undertake a survey on Gyanvapi Mosque is a disquieting development

Ensure speedy completion of Thousand Pillar temple: Warangal MLC to Centre 

“The Thousand Pillar temple is one of the important monuments under Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which was added once to the tentative list of World Heritage sites by UNESCO," he said

12th century idols discovered

The tribal-dominated area is famous for its Warli paintings

Historic stepwells turn dumpyards in Warangal

Over 13 stepwells in Warangal city, belonging to the Kakatiya era, are lying in a state of neglect, thanks to irresponsible citizens and also the apathy of officials concerned

IT companies in Warangal use thermal scanners

Warangal Urban: With Covid-19 cases on the rise in Telangana State,  precautionary measures are being taken by the security personnel at the noted IT company,...

Charminar still Hyderabad’s USP

Around one lakh people visit the monument every month

CM KCR keen on restoration of Kakatiya structures: Vinod Kumar

Restoration of the Kalyanamandapam of Thousand Pillar temple will be completed in a year

Ramappa inspection by UNESCO representative concludes

“It will help in further generating employment to us and good maintenance of the temple. If required for any development works, we are willing to part with the land owned by us for the temple,” the villagers said

Security at Taj Mahal to beef up after Shiv Sena threat

The Superintending Archaeologist of ASI of Agra circle, Vasant Swarankar, said that no 'aarti' or 'puja' has ever been performed in the Taj Mahal.

Extensive repair work on Taj Mahal minar begins

The dome of the main mausoleum will also be given mud pack treatment to contain "discoloration" and cleanse the yellow stains.

Work on Charminar minaret begins

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officials brought in experts from Tamil Nadu and started work on the damaged portion of the minaret, which faces Mecca Masjid.

Shilparamam in Warangal yet to take off

Search for suitable land for the crafts village still on

Charminar ageing, says Archaeological Survey of India

The stucco fell off around 11.40 pm on Wednesday, according to eyewitnesses. Locals who were near the monument heard a loud thud and scampered to safety without realizing what was happening.

Taj Mahal to remain temporarily closed for Uzbek President’s visit

Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma will welcome the visiting dignitary at the Taj Mahal on Sunday afternoon after he arrives here.

IIT, NIT roped in to examine Charminar

The 400-year-old structure stands tall at 160 feet and was built using granite, limestone, mortar and pulverized marble.

PM pitches for people’s participation to preserve India’s archaeological legacy

Addressing a gathering at the inauguration of a new building at the Archaeological Survey of India's headquarters in New Delhi, Modi said people's participation is a must to preserve and protect the archaeological legacy of the country.

Namaz can’t be allowed inside Taj Mahal, it cannot be decimated: SC

"This (Taj Mahal) is one of the seven wonders of the world and we do not want this to decimate. We are dismissing it (plea)"

No more waiting at Hyderabad’s heritage sites

To start with, ASI makes arrangements to issue online tickets for entry into Charminar and Golconda Fort

ASI plans to declare TTD temples at Tirumala as protected monuments

The ASI's Amaravati Circle has written to the Chief Executive Officer of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, saying that it had received a communication from its directorate to examine the feasibility of declaring the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam

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