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Red Fort not alone; Dalmia Bharat also adopting 14th century Gandikota Fort

While the signage at the Red Fort indicating its adoption by Dalmia Bharat will have to be done in a 'discreet manner and tastefully', there is no such requirement for the Gandikota Fort

Gandikota Fort
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Sai Manish
While Dalmia Bharat group will be beginning a facelift work at Delhi’s iconic Red Fort in the coming weeks, it is also gearing up to start work on the 14th century Gandikota Fort in Andhra Pradesh under the government’s ‘Adopt a Heritage’ scheme. The contract for the Gandikota Fort located in the Kadapa district of the state was signed by the Dalmia Bharat group on the same day as it signed the Red Fort deal with the Union ministries of tourism and culture and the Archaeological Survey of India, on April 9, 2018.

Dalmia Bharat officials said they adopted the Gandikota

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First Published: Apr 30 2018 | 3:13 PM IST

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