Yaduveer visits Devaraja Market with Trishikha, bats for its conservation


Team Udayavani, Jun 17, 2019, 11:39 AM IST

Mysuru: Scion of the erstwhile Mysuru royal family Sri Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar along his wife Trishika Kumari Wadiyar paid a surprise visit to the Devaraja market on Sunday to shop vegetables and inspect the market structure besides interacting with merchants to understand their problems.

Addressing media after their visit to the market Sri Yaduveer said, “ Recently there was a court order related to the PIL filed by a few shopkeepers of the market, as per the order any decisions on the market should be taken up only after a discussion with the heritage experts committee. In fact one heritage architect who is in the committee felt that the building can be restored and will serve another 100 years.”

” Activities in the market are part of our intangible heritage and the identity of Mysuru. I appeal to the government to conserve it,” he added.

Mayor of Mysuru City Corporation Pushpalatha Jagannath on Saturday had informed that the orders to demolition the historic structure, Devaraja Market has been passed by High Court of Karnataka.

Addressing presspersons with this regard she had said that the shop owners who were running their business in the basement of the market had moved the court with regard to restructuring the top floor of the market and had requested that the market should be built without demolishing the shops that were in the basement. But the has taken their complaint into consideration and given a verdict stating that the demolition of the structure was a must as the market had totally turned old and that it would collapse anytime.

She further added that when they had begun the renovation earlier, the other half of the old structure had already collapsed.

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