Two ASI Museums to be shifted to Gautam Budh Nagar, the city to get UNESCO category

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Saurabh Kumar

 

Soon district Gautam Budh Nagar will become the part of the very prestigious UNESCO category 2 listed cities around the world.

This will become possible as by November or December two museum run by Archeological Survey of India in Lāl Qila and Mehrauli area of Delhi will be shifted to the under construction National museum in Gautam Budh Nagar.

A national museum on the name of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay is under construction in Gautam Buddh Nagar since January 2018.

This national level museum will be spread in total area of 25 acre out of which 14.5 will be green area costing to a total of 289 crore.

Indian Archeological survey of India has appointed NBCC for construction work of the museum. So for completing the project within the time limit 1700 workers are working day and night and as per the reports by December construction work will be completed.

This Museum with an in- built area of 15 thousand sq feet will be the home to the many antique things with a very enrich historical value. This museum will definitely give Gautam Budh Nagar a new historical identification as for now the district is only known as Industrial district. As the museum will also be close to the Proposed Noida International Airport this will also enhance its relevance and might get more visitors.

Apart from this Archeological survey of India also had constructed an auditorium with a sitting capacity of 1000 people and one of its kind in Uttar Pradesh. The auditorium will have two storey green rooms that will provide the flexibility to host two programs simultaneously.

As the museum will have title of UNESCO 2nd class heritage it is expected to get visitors and researchers from all around the globe. So keeping all that in mind the department has equipped this museum with all the state of art technology. To cater the guest a hostel block is already constructed that will accommodate 120 people. Apart from this 56th flats and VIP suits are under construction. There will be underground parking facility for 256 cars. By 25th December it is suppose to be inaugurated.

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