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The monuments of national importance are declared as centrally protected monuments under the provisions of “The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958” of the Archaeological Survey of India, Government of India and also maintained by it whereas those of local importance found worth protection are looked after by the respective State Governments under their own Acts through their respective State Departments of Archaeology.  Hence, it became obligatory for each State Government to establish Department of Archaeology for protection and maintenance of ancient monuments of local importance worth protecting in their respective States. As such, a separate Department of Archaeology has been established in Delhi Administration in the year 1978.

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MUTINY MEMORIAL at Kamla Nehru Ridge           BIJRI KHAN’S TOMB at R.K.Puram, Sector-3

 


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