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- CM is getting renovation done, Rs 324 lakh approved
State chief Shivraj Singh Chouhan is reaching Kolgarhi in Rewa district on June 9. He will renovate the Coal Bhawan at a cost of Rs 324 lakh. Historians say that the Vindhya region was ruled by the Baghel kings of the Chalukya branch of Gujarat for a long time. His kingdom was very wide. Many small kings also ruled in the border areas of this state. He had friendly relations with the kings in Rewa. It is said that a similar state existed in Kolgarhi of Tyonthar.
Fort of Kol Rajas
Even today there is a fort of the Kol kings in Kolgarhi. The fort is called Garhi in Bagheli. Kolgarhi is situated on the banks of river Tamas on a high hillock in Teonthar town. Archaeologists have told the fort to be 200 years old. Presently Kolgarhi is a dilapidated building. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced the renovation a few days ago. Rs 324.70 lakh has been sanctioned for this. In such a situation, the Chief Minister is reaching Kolgarhi on June 9 to perform Bhoomi Pujan for the renovation work.
A symbol of the glorious rule of the Kol kings
Kolgarhi is a symbol of the glorious rule of the Kol kings. Along with the renovation of Kolgarhi, the Chief Minister has also given instructions for the construction of a coal museum for the preservation of the coal culture. Items related to the culture of the Kol community will be displayed in this museum. Kolgarhi will be made a symbol of everyone’s pride. Overall, there is a plan to make Tirthankaras of Kol Samaj. In the coming days, the publicity of Kolgarhi will be done rapidly. So that the people of the society can know the history of the tribals.
Parking system will be like this in Kolgarhi
Zip CEO Saurabh Sonawane said that during the program parking arrangements have been made to park the arranged vehicles smoothly. Said that bus parking (B-1) will be done near the Women and Child Development Department office. Bus parking (B-2) will be done near SDOP bungalow and bus parking (B-3) will be done near petrol pump. Four wheelers from Jail Road to College Road (C-1), (C-2), (C-3), (C-4), (C-5), (C-6) and (C-7) Vehicle parking will be done.