Historical monuments are getting a
vibrant look under BRS-led Telangana Govt.

Many historical monuments, which were left neglected and destroyed in the former Andhra Pradesh, are now wearing a clean and vibrant look, thanks to the measures taken by the BRS-led Telangana government.
The Telangana State government has set this task as the top priority for the rich heritage and maintenance of historical monuments; the State government has initiated several renovation measures. As a result, the tombs, minarets, step wells, and palaces are now illuminated with colorful lights, and the new glory of the structures is all-prevailing.
The BRS working president and Telangana Minister shared a few pictures of different structures. He tweeted on world heritage day: “On this World Heritage Day, let me highlight a few of the beautiful restoration work done by the Municipal Corporation Administration Department in the last few years. We aim to get the World Heritage City status to Hyderabad city.”
Step into the iconic Gudimalkpaur, Bhagwandas Bagh stepwell, Qutb Shahi Tombs stepwell, Kokapet stepwell, Gudimalkapur, Kondapur stepwell or Shiva Bagh stepwell; they are all now free from debris and trash. Crystal-clear water and clean environs welcome people to these locations.
It is not only about the stepwell; the tall clock towers at Sultan Bazar, Mahabub Chowk, and Secunderabad, many of which perished, have now got a new lease of life.