Actor Akshay Kumar, who is in Hyderabad to promote his forthcoming film "Boss", visited famous heritage site Charminar. He has appealed to the countrymen to save the rich cultural heritage of the nation.
After looking at the graffiti-filled walls of the monument, the actor appealed to people to save heritage sites from such destruction, said a source close to the "Khiladi" star.
He urged people to talk to each other through SMS, calls or letters and to avoid writing on the walls. He believes it is everyone's duty to preserve these monuments.
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It's sad that we despite of having such diversified and classified cultures and so many artforms with such a notable history, we are yet to learn their true essence. I so agree, the west and even the east they're fabulous in preserving these valuables. Please people, save them, you can have romance anyday but you won't be able to recreate history once again !
Edited on:11 October 2013 at 12:48pm
People here take history for granted! They think that its just stones, well here is a news alert for you, many of those buildings have been around for 200, 500, or over a 1000 years! Nowadays you would be lucky if any of these newer building last a hundred years! There is so much history in India, if we took care of it, we would make a fortune (like they do in Europe) and learn so much from it, but no people have no brains!
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