Preserving heritage buildings is more important than building concrete buildings


Mysuru: Preserving the heritage buildings of Mysuru city is more important than building concrete buildings, said executive Director of Indian Heritage Cities network (IHCN) K S Raykar.


 City Cooperation He was speaking after the inaugurating the ‘City to City Cooperation between Chartres City, France and Mysuru City, India, In facilitating valorization of Heritage Town planning in Mysuru’ jointly organised by Mysuru City Corporation and  Mysuru Urban Development Authority at Hotel President on Saturday.

“Today we can see lot of concrete buildings in the city which has no life span like old heritage buildings and in most of places the heritage buildings are demolished and are not preserved. But in Mysuru City there are various heritage buildings like Lansdowne, Devaraja Market and more. Government of India and Government of France have already signed the MOU in the year 2012 to develop all the cities which have heritage buildings in our country,” he said.

“By having City to City Cooperation between Chartres City projects we can preserve heritage buildings without having any damages. Due to Globalization and Privatization we can see lot of changes and can easily find the heritage building of other countries too. By having this programme in the city we can save all heritage buildings for future. Due to fail of industrialization in Mysuru we can save our tourism places and heritage buildings,” he added.

Chairman of MUDA K R Mohan Kumar, Deputy Mayor of MCC M Mahadevamma, Commissioner of MCC C G Betsurmath, Deputy Mayor of Chartres City, France Patrick Geroudet and Architect Romeo Carabelli were present.
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