The royal palaces of Vadodara, Rajkot, Santrampur, Devgadh Baria, and Balasinor will be transformed into heritage tourism destinations. MoUs worth Rs 451 crore were signed on Saturday in the presence of Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel for these heritage buildings and other properties of importance.
The CM also developed a heritage policy webpage with information about facilities available at various destinations throughout the state. He stated that the administration is committed to assisting individuals in the tourism industry and hopes to make Gujarat a popular tourist destination in the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s elementary school in Vadnagar will likewise be developed as a heritage property. He stated that the property owners can use the app to avail many facilities, including fee payment.
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