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This is a major and expensive part of the Parzor Project. The work on preservation of Tangible Heritage & Heritage sites will require interaction with technical advisors archaeologists and local custodians of the sites. Under Tangible Heritage protection two types of activities are envisaged. The first is protection of sites, objects and historical monuments. The second is the restoration and preservation of photographs and other visual material of heritage value.
Development of some Heritage sites as places of tourist interest could fulfill the needs of preservation as well as maintenance on a long-term basis. Infrastructure for such promotion will need Government assistance, tax exemption and policy planning. A good example to follow has been the restoration and preservation, which has been done for Havelis in Rajasthan which are now under the Heritage Hotel Scheme.
The ultimate aim of the Heritage Project would be to create a museum on the Parsi Zoroastrians, which would be of international standards and evoke international interest and response.