Pulwama: In a momentous event, the District Administration Pulwama, in collaboration with the Jal Shakti Department and the Archaeological Department, orchestrated a grand ceremony at the Ancient Temple (Sanyasar Nag) to mark the culmination of the Water Heritage Fortnight celebrations from November 15 to November 30, 2023.
The occasion witnessed active participation from students representing various schools, dedicated members of PaniSamiti, and members of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs).
The highlight of the event was a compelling series of discussions emphasizing the critical significance of preserving and conserving water heritage structures.
Speakers including students, heads of PaniSamiti, PRIs, and the Project Manager of District Project Management Unit (DPMU), shared enlightening insights on the imperative need for safeguarding our water heritage. Their words resonated with the audience, fostering a deep sense of responsibility towards these invaluable structures.
Adding a creative touch to the event, local artists presented a vibrant NukkadNatak in the native language, effectively communicating the central theme of preserving water heritage structures. The performance served as a powerful medium to connect with the audience and instill a sense of cultural responsibility.
As a poignant conclusion to the ceremony, a collective pledge was undertaken by all participants, reaffirming their commitment to the conservation and preservation of water heritage structures. This collective effort reflects the community’s dedication to safeguarding these structures for future generations.