Our Revision Notes for GSEB Class 10 Social Science Notes Chapter 7 Preservation of Our Heritage summarises the key points of a chapter and useful resource to prepare effectively for the upcoming board exams.
Preservation of Our Heritage Class 10 GSEB Notes Social Science Chapter 7
Preservation of Our Heritage Class 10 GSEB Notes
→ The heritage of India is multifarious which brings glory to the nation.
→ Our heritage glorifies the people of our country so they respect our heritage by associating it with their own identity.
→ Heritage acts as a guide to decide the direction of our development. Heritage, is necessary for the transmission of new consciousness across the country.
→ Great damage has been done to our heritage because of the invasion of foreign tribes and our unawareness. So it is our moral duty that government as well as of common people to conserve and preserve our heritage.
→ A large number of people come to visit, to explore and to do research on our heritage from the world.
→ This boosts our tourism and transportation industry. It provides appropriate opportunity and proper platform to showcase our multifarious cultural arts and traditions in front of the world.
→ The Indian government has constituted the Indian Board of Wildlife in 1952 to protect our wildlife.
→ Wildlife Protection Act enacted in 1972 gave a firm protection to the national parks, sanctuaries and bioreserves.
→ Strict laws have been framed to prevent the destruction of vanishing vegetation and wildlife.
→ The Bombay Natural History society is the oldest one and was established in 1883.
→ Ancient monuments and archaeological sites and Remains Act was enacted in 1958 for the preservation of antique artistic work, religious places, historical memorials and archaeological sites etc.
→ This Act ensures that no person or agency can conduct archaeological excavation without the prior permission of the government.
→ Some historical places were declared as National Monuments.
→ Department of Archaeological Survey of India has more than 5000 monuments and sites under its protection.
→ Sangameshwar temple and Papnasham temples were successfully shifted to Alampur at Mehboob Nagar, district of Andhra Pradesh.
→ Due to air pollution caused by Mathura oil refinery and fast growing nearby industries, white marbles were turned pale and dull. Suitable steps were taken to stop it.
→ According to the Indian Treasure Trove Act 1876, if any citizen suddenly finds any ancient artistic and antique article from a house, field, well, lake, etc., while digging then he has to immediately inform to the officer of archaeological department. Museums preserve all valuable things carefully.
→ In schools and colleges, teachers should impart the knowledge of India’s glorious heritage.
→ Students as well as common people should gain the knowledge of unfamiliar places, monuments, ancient remains, sites, etc.
→ Everyone should take care of these monuments by preparing the list of all heritage sites.
→ Valuable things should not be destroyed, broken or stolen.
→ Schools, colleges and NGOs should conduct programmes like visit to the historical places and sites, speeches, exhibitions, discussions, seminars etc., to create awareness towards the preservation of heritage.
→ Both Central and state governments are taking proper steps for the cleanliness and preservation of our heritage sites. Consequently special arrangement has been made for it.
→ It is our responsibility to maintain beauty and cleanliness of tourist places as they bring fame and prosperity to the nation.
→ Unity in Diversity is our unique identity. India has a fine amalgamation of different castes, communities, religions, traditions, culture and languages in spite of having variety.
→ India stands united and undivided.
→ India has proved the feelings of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam’.
→ Swami Vivekananda said the following words in the “World Religious Conference” which held in Chicago (US),“I am proud to say that, I represent the religion that has taught the lessons of tolerance, compassion and universal fraternity to the world.”
→ Unity in diversity is the unique feature of Indian culture. For example, at the end all the rivers amalgamate into the ocean, equivalently our country conglomerates different religions, castes, languages, traditions, creed, customs and festivals.
Preservation of Our Heritage Class 10 GSEB Notes Important Terms
• Heritage : Identity of the country
• Unique feature of Indian culture : Unity in Diversity
• Gir foundation and Nature club : The useful work of preservation of environment
• River Krishna : Nagaruna Sagar Multipurpose Project
• The feeling of Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam : India
• 1972 : The law about very expensive artistic pieces
• 1876 : India Treasure Trove Act
• 1883 : Creation of Bombay Nature History Committee
• 1952 : Creation of Indian Wildlife Board
• 1972 : Creation of Act related to wildlife
• 1958 : The law related to Ancient Monuments, Archaeological Monuments and Remains
Famous Museum of India
|Name of Museum
|Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Museum (Prince of Wales)
|Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya
|Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum (L.D. Institue of Indology)
|Shri Mahavir Jain Aradhana Kendra, Koba
|Shri Hemachandracharya Library
|Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery