Chennai Fort St.George museum will soon be opened for general public of Chennai. This will allow the public to access until a certain limit with restrictions. With the permissions and protocols of Central and the State Government,It is announced that the special museum of the city located in St. George Fort will soon be opened for the general public.
Giving this information in a special conversation, Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of state for Culture of India, said that a phone conversation has been held with Minister of Tamil Official Language of Tamil Nadu, Thangam Thennarasu regarding this. Significantly, due to this being located near the Secretariat and many other major official offices, this special museum restricted to a certain extend.
Along with this,He also told that due to the neglect of the previous governments, only diploma degrees were given to the students studying in Kalakshetra Foundation. Soon, by making necessary amendments and requirement in this regard, the students studying here will be awarded degree certificate instead of diploma.
Highlighting the cultural unity of North and South, he said that if Ramayana is famous in North India, Ramavataram is no less popular in South India as well. With the aim of further strengthening this cultural unity, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started the Kashi-Tamil Sangam this year. Tamil Nadu is also being given special prominence in the G20 conference.
Many events related to G-20 are going to be held in Chennai shortly
Participating in the Kalolsavam program organized at Chennai-based Kalakshetra Foundation, he also added that the G-20 events organized in Chennai will not only give international fame to Kalakshetra Foundation, but the students here will also be able to showcase their talent at the global level.