The center of the nation’s historic “Zero-Mile,” Nagpur, is about to become even more magnificent. The proposal for the beautification, conservation, and protection of the important historical Zero-Mile in Nagpur has now been approved by the Nagpur Heritage Conservation Committee.
On Tuesday, January 10, the Nagpur Heritage Conservation Committee met at the town planning section of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Administrative Building of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation. The proposal from the CREDAI institute in Nagpur for the full development, maintenance, and repair of Zero-Mile was approved during the meeting. This proposal has now been forwarded to the collector’s office. In March, Nagpur will host a significant G-20 summit, during which the beautification, protection, and preservation of the Zero-Mile pillar will be discussed.
The Nagpur Heritage Conservation Committee meeting was chaired by architect, Ashok Mokha, president. In this meeting, Pramod Gawande, Deputy Director, Urban Planning and member Secretary, Nagpur Heritage Conservation Committee, P.S Patankar, Shubha Johari, A.P More, A.P Budge, Pankaj Parashar, Parag Nagrale, Nandkishor Dhengale, Abhishek Javeri of the CREDAI Institute, Hemant Nagdive, Gaurav Agarwal, Dinesh Bhojwani was present.
CREDAI had sent Nagpur collector a proposal for beautification, conservation, and protection of Zero-Mile. The heritage conservation committee had been advised to approve this proposal by the collector. Next to the zero-mile pillar are four sandstone horses and a stone heritage pillar, two of which have a slight damage.
The CREDAI organization suggests enhancing and strengthening this heritage pillar. At the heritage committee meeting, their proposal was discussed elaborately. This pillar’s surrounding vicinity will likewise undergo development. Furthermore, the honorable High Court issued an order to protect and preserve historic structures. Nagpur will become more significant in that way as a result of beautification.