Cabinet minister visited Dabbi Bazar and Sheesh Mahal with administrative officials

The box market famous for its wood inlay work is being evolved as a Heritage Street
Said, within 6 months, the work of beautification of Dabbi Bazaar and Sheesh Mahal will be completed


Hoshiarpur, July 30: Industry and Commerce Minister Punjab Sundar Sham Arora said the draft has been drafted to beautify Hoshiarapur's box market famous for wood inlay work across the world. He was interacting with journalists today after visiting Dabbi Bazar and Sheesh Mahal Bazar with Mayor Surinder Kumar, Deputy Commissioner Apneet Riyat, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Urban Development) Ashika Jain and other officials.

The cabinet minister said that the box market in the city center will be made a Heritage Street, in addition to that the Sheesh Palace built here will also be beautified. He said that Hoshiarpur's wood inlay work is famous all over the world, the city was identified because of the Sheesh Mahal built here. He said that the Punjab government has taken initiative to preserve these two heritage, in which the district administration has started action by preparing the whole khaka. He said the tendering will be done very soon by designing the Dabby Bazaar Heritage Street and the entire project will be completed in 6 months.

Sundar Sham Arora said that Dabbi Bazar Heritage Street and handcrafted sample Sheesh Mahal will be renovated in such a way that people from far away drawers will come to see this heritage of Hoshiarpur. He said that the way Jaipur and Jodhpur in Rajasthan have preserved their ancient heritage, Hoshiarpur's heritage will be evolved as tourism so that outsiders and our young people can know the rich heritage of Hoshiarapur He said the Punjab government will not leave any shortage to preserve the heritage of Hoshiarpur and will not allow shortage of funds for it. He said that elephant teeth were crafted on wood in the box market of Hoshiarpur in ancient times but after the ban on elephant teeth, plastic inlay work took its form and many families still do this old work in Hoshiarapur The name of the world is illuminating.
On this occasion, Chairman Nagar Sudhar Trust Advocate Rakesh Marwaha, Chairman of Finance Committee Balwinder Kumar Bindi, Councillor Pradeep Kumar Bittu, Councilor Anmol Jain, Councillors Monica Verma, D. D. F. Piyush Goyal, Gopal Verma, Gurdeep Katoch, Advocate Naveen Jairath were also present.