Heritage Preservation and Beyond

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Adoptions

$1.2M

Raised

530

Monuments 3D scanned

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Protecting monuments can’t be left to Govt alone. We need to figure out a way of tapping corporate interest

– Bibek Debroy, Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India

The Culkey Foundation has been appointed as the Project Management Unit for Namma Smaraka, an initiative by the Government of Karnataka under the ‘Adopt a Monument’ scheme

“Namma Smaraka” is a Government of Karnataka initiative aimed at preserving and conserving our cultural monuments. The government actively seeks the support of foundations, trusts, NGOs, high net worth individuals (HNWIs), and corporates to contribute to this vital initiative.

835

Monuments to be adopted

Culkey serves as the project management unit for the ‘Namma Smaraka’ flagship initiative within the ‘Adopt a Monument’ scheme by the Government of Karnataka, aimed at facilitating the adoption of all state-protected monuments. Currently, 835 monuments are listed, with more slated to be added by the Department of Archaeology, Museums, and Heritage, Government of Karnataka.

The Governments objective is to achieve the preservation activity of all monuments before focusing on conservation activities. See the Namma Smaraka adoption process.

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Namma Smaraka adoption process

Step1:

Adaptors can register their interest here

Step 2: Expression of Interest will be issued to Adaptor Step 3: Monument Committee will be formed at the district level with district administration Step 4: Planning and approval of preservation activity

Step 5:

Work order with adaptors branding presence approval

Step 6:

80G Certificate issued by Culkey Foundation for donations

Step 7: Maintenance and community building for minimum 3 years

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Namma Smaraka adoption process

Step1:
Adaptors can register their interest here

Step 2:
Expression of Interest will be issued to Adaptor

Step 3:
Monument Committee will be formed at the district level with district administration

Step 4:
Planning and approval of preservation activity

Step 5:
Work order with adaptors branding presence approval

Step 6:
80G Certificate issued by Culkey Foundation for donations

Step 7:
Maintenance and community building for minimum 3 years

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