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There is no doubt that Jammu and Kashmir has rich cultural heritage and Kashmir valley is known for having in its lap a lot of ancient remains of different civilizations along with Mughal gardens.

In the recent past JK administration has been giving special attention to preserving these heritage gardens along the Dal Lake which are known as Mughal gardens.

In this direction recently J&K Government inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with JSW Foundation for restoration and conservation of Shalimar and Nishat Gardens.

As part of this commitment, the JSW Foundation led by its Chairperson will assist and support the Government of J&K, both financially and technically in preserving the two heritage gardens under CSR.

The government termed the signing of MoU as a new beginning in the conservation of the historic sites which are the hallmarks of J&K’s rich cultural heritage legacy.

Government is making continuous efforts to restore the ancient glory of UT’s heritage places and propose them for inclusion in World Heritage sites.

But there should be more focus to develop some ancient remains of different periods as the tourist circuits in Kashmir valley as the world has become a global village with many people interested in such ancient remains.

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