We won’t give our 2000 Year old heritage ‘Thotlakonda’ to APGovt. for unmentioned reasons.

We won’t give our 2000 Year old heritage ‘Thotlakonda’ to APGovt. for unmentioned reasons.

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Sandeep Panchakarla started this petition to Government of Andhra Pradesh

Thotlakonda has been our History and Pride.

We won’t give it to the Government for unmentioned reasons.

Government should scrap the G.O that was released on 12.2.2021.

Thotlakonda:

Nestled on a top of the hill at an altitude of 128m above sea level enroute to Bheemili town, Thotlakonda is an idyllic destination for Buddhists who throng to this place in large number from wide and far. It was first founded by Indian navy during aerial survey in 1993. It is said that the place was in full process from 200 BC and 200 AD. Literally means "Hill with stone wells" due to its stone wells that collected water for Buddhist people. Thotlakonda complex is beautiful with magnificent structural design and meditation halls constructed to tender peace and harmony to monks. The Buddhist monks arriving from places like China, Burma and many other countries would stay at this site for months before finishing their learning.

Thotlakonda Complex is a dwelling of various Stupas, Viharas and Chaityas. This wonderful and peaceful monastery positioned atop the hill gives ideal destination for worship and even exploring the sights.

Now,

The present government has issued a G.O on 12/2/21 stating that the protected area of ‘Thotlakonda’ under archeology will be reduced from 3,143 Acres to 120 acres and No reasons were mentioned for this acquisition.

With all the lad grabbing that is going on in the district of Visakhapatnam, it is crystal clear that our cultural heritage ‘Thotlakonda’ is also under attack.

As responsible Citizens of our nation, It is our sole duty to protect  our 2000 year old history and pass it on for the future generations.

So, I request each and every Indian to sign the petition and stop the government from destroying ‘Thotlakonda’.

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