The Ahad Museum of Udaipur in Rajasthan was engulfed by severe flames on Sunday. Although there was no major loss in this, but the trees and plants burned down. After four hours of hard work, the fire department managed to control the fire. The flames were so intense that they were visible from a distance of 1-km. A large number of trees and shrubs were found in the Ahar Museum complex situated on the mound dunes. Trees and plants have suffered major damage in the fire. There are many places of the 4,000 year old Ahad civilization among the hills, which tourists from all over the country and abroad come to Udaipur. The venue remains a museum to display the characters and other objects that have emerged from here in the museum complex. The museum was also engulfed in flames, but no damage has been done.
Rakesh Vyas, Chief Fire Officer of Udaipur Municipal Corporation, says that thousands of trees and trees are lying in the vacant area of the museum. Recently, the museum management had cut the bushes and kept them there. The fire spread rapidly as dry bushes caught fire. Thirty-five employees, through seven firefighters, overcame the fire with a hard work of four hours. It is noteworthy that the only place museum in the state was established six decades ago in the year 1961-62 in the middle of the earthen hills of Dhulkot, Udaipur, where the remains of four thousand years old are buried. The state government established it as Ahad Museum in the year 1962. Where the ancient Aharas are saving and displaying the remains of civilization. Significantly, in the year 2018, it was renovated by the then Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.