Beautification of ancient Shiva temple on cards; Tender announced by Ambernath Municipality

Beautification will be done in one and a half years

Beautification of ancient Shiva temple on cards; Tender announced by Ambernath Municipality

The beautification project of the popular and old Shiva temple of Ambernath is going to start soon. The Ambernath Municipal Corporation has recently announced a tender for various works in the beautification of the premises of the Shiva temple, from the entrance to the Nandi, parking lot, exhibition centre, Amphitheatre, devotee residence to the toilet. The development work will be done here as per the rules of Archeology Department of India and the municipality needs a contractor of that quality. This work will be completed in one and a half years from the date of assignment.

A proposal to conserve and beautify the premises of Ambernath's Shiva temple, which bears witness to the shilahara dynasty of Thane district and is a fine example of architectural art. Due to the efforts of Local MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde, the state government had approved the proposal costing INR 138. 21 crores for the beautification of this Shiva temple area. The approval of the Archaeological Department was required for the actual beautification work. After a year-long follow-up by the Ambernath Municipality, the Archeology Department had approved the works outside the temple premises a few months ago. In it, various facilities from the ghat in the temple area will be set up in the temple area.

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Although the Shiva temple is a religious place, many scholars come here to study the art of architecture. In that regard, MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde proposed the idea of developing Shiv Mandir of Ambernath as a tourist destination. After completing all the permissions and procedures, the Ambernath Municipality has finally announced the tender for the beautification work of the Shiv Mandir on Tuesday. Through this proposal of INR 107 crores, various works will be done in the area. Ambernath Municipality Chief  Dr. Prashant Rasal said that these works will be completed in the next one and a half years. 

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