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On the occasion of #WorldHeritageDay (18 April), here's sharing of a thought that troubles me, you and every sane citizen of this country when it comes to the status of our rich heritage and the condition in which is made into by some of our friends who really don't care to value for this rich legacy.
We go to the forts, we see that rather than people appreciating the history with a curious mind, people are busy leaving their mark of bravery (you know exactly what I mean here) on the walls of the structure. Climbing and sitting upon valuable piece of history, destroying the place or artifacts just for fun, is what kind of pleasure is a question that has really no meaning and even if we want to give them the benefit of doubt, when we go to understand the psyche behind it, we realise that it is nothing but abyss! Because there's really no bottom or ground to their urge to do the action.
Spitting, defecating, throwing plastic, throwing waste are really one of our bravest acts at the place, isn't it? Because we don't care what happens to the heritage/structure, we have bought the ticket and we have full right to do what the heck we wish to do! ⠀
The false sense of pride that is taken to brag about the heritage to our friends has really no liability to us isn't it? Why would we make sure if it is duly cared for or not? We have elected a government, we are paying taxes, our duty is done! Let ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) care for everything. Troubling, cheating travellers and visitors is now omnipresent across India.
The forts, the museums, the archaeological sites are really the part of rich heritage that is bestowed upon us. Let's atleast keep it safe for the future generations if we can't really appreciate its value?
Amateur Photography, Photo 24
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Vietnames Temple (Linh Son Vietnam Chinese Buddhist Temple)
Linh-Son Vietnam Chinese Buddhist Temple is located further north of the Burmese Temple. The main shrine is a two-storied building built in Chinese style complete with images of dragons and laughing Buddha. The Chinese temple complex also features replicas of shrines at the four important Buddhist pilgrimage sites: Lumbini, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar. In addition to these, there is a replica of a Buddhist temple in Vietnam. This temple also has lotus ponds.