|Ramtalai, Dewan Mandir in Jammu to get a facelift|
|Early Times Report|
Jammu, Dec 10: Build during the Dogra rule in the 18th century, Ramtalai and Dewan temples would get a major facelift to restore their pristine glory and attract tourists.
"Culturally and historically rich Jammu houses several such sites that once developed could attract tourists from all over the globe," Jammu and Kashmir's minister of state.
Minister said that development works being being undertaken include waterproofing at Ramtalai temple located on a hillock near Tawi river.
Landscaping and construction of view points, tiled path, toilet block, store room, pantry and lighting work for illumination would be undertaken in a phased manner, she said adding that the completely damaged ancient 'Deodi' (entrance) would be restored.
Minister directed agencies to construct a canopy on the pond so that dry leaves do not fall in it and aesthetics of the temple maintained.