Konark Is Dying; For The Sake Of Future Generations, We Must Intervene


April 1, 2019

Konark, a world-class monument and Odisha’s invaluable heritage, is dying, slowly.

The main tower of the complex collapsed some hundred years ago, but the remains still attract lovers of art and culture. Built by King Langula Narasingh Deba of the Ganga dynasty in the thirteenth century, this architectural marvel was in a dilapidated state for nearly a century.

Sources : Swarajya



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