The 400-year-old Kulwageshwari temple in south Kashmir is all set to be renovated with Rs. one crore being allocated by the Jammu and Kashmir government.
The ancient temple in Kulgam district will get a facelift and its infrastructure upgraded, which will cost Rs. one crore and work in this direction is in progress, Housing and Urban Development officials said on Monday.
Rs. 31.71 lakh has been allocated to construct a community hall and a community kitchen for the Kulwageshwari temple, while Rs. 19.21 lakh was given to construct six springs at the temple complex, authorities said.
Housing facilities inside the complex will also be renovated for which Rs. 8.71 lakh has been allocated, they added.