Role of Art Conservation Science in the Study of Tangible Cultural Heritage

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Dr. Indrajit Patra, Dr Upasana Reddy, Dr. Vijayalakshmi N.S, Dr. Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka


Global benchmarks for assessing tangible cultural heritage are particularly maintained by the rules and regulations on cultural property in particular countries. This paper examines the validity of conversation science for cultural heritage, and what its role is to increase human knowledge. The evolving capacity of conversation science is changing over time differing from the conventional method of conversation. It significantly considers the long-term learning procedures constrained with specific methods. Over years it is evolving and new capacities are included in it. The unique concept of "tangible cultural heritage" is a living idea, and currently, in broader terms, it is illustrating the legacy of the manmade creation. Conservation science consists of a diverse practical side which expects to be understood in the theoretical constructions. Moreover, implicitly the complex parity of the cultural heritage involves multiple sets of new values and depicts the field of visual arts. The major purpose of this study is to depict the important factors of conversation science. Furthermore, this article examines the value of the conservation process maintaining the tangible heritages. Specifically, the article gives the details of the government approach in India to maintain its cultural heritage over time. It has given the value functions in understanding the current benefits of art conservation along with the value determination for the future generation. In attributing the sustainable goal of the conservation, this article had made unique approaches increasing the maximum potential vitality. In broader terms, the greatest importance of this study affirms the understanding of the role of conservation methods for cultural heritage.

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