Mahidpur Fort, an eighteenth-century military structure, is situated in Madhya Pradesh, India. The second biggest state in the nation, Madhya Pradesh is home to ious legacy locales of social significance and storied history. As a noteworthy site on the antiquated exchange course of Dakshinapath, which associated with the Silk Road, Mahidpur Fort was affected by Hindus, Muslims, and Jains. Mahidpur is a strengthened stronghold punctuated by six passage doors alongside steps, noteworthy sanctuaries, and a fortress divider.
Regardless of its memorable hugeness, the post experienced delayed disregard and decay. Mahidpur Fort is one of 43 legacy destinations in the bigger zone of Madhya Pradesh that is being rationed as a major aspect of a joint practical administration program between World Monuments Fund and Madhya Pradesh's Department of Archeology. Starting in 2012, they worked with experts and the neighborhood network on protection endeavors at the fortress, performing documentation and investigation and auxiliary union of the stronghold divider, bastions, and entryways.
The venture at Mahidpur Fort, finished in 2015, is relied upon to fill in as a model for global cooperation and feasible administration for different undertakings in India. In September 2016, UNESCO refered to the reclamation of the stronghold of dividers and bastions of Mahidpur Fort with a honor of legitimacy in the yearly Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Preservation. The task was perceived as an extraordinary case of network stewardship in legacy protection.