The 16th-century Jahaz Mahal, so named for its ship-like reflection on the adjacent lake, might get a new lease of life. Indian National Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage Delhi Chapter has moved a proposal with Archaeological Survey of India to restore the missing portions of the monument, including a chhatri and the south wall. ASI, however, is yet to approve the proposal as its policy does not support restoration on the principle that relics should, as far as possible, be retained as they are.

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