Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to India Milinda Moragoda inspected the ongoing renovation work at the Sri Lanka Buddhist Pilgrims Rest (SLBPR) situated in New Delhi on Thursday (29).
On identifying the urgent necessity to renovate the existing SLBPR building premises to offer a better service to a large number of Sri Lankan as well as pilgrims from other countries visiting India to pay homage to the sacred places of worship in India, the High Commission initiated the much-needed renovation work to the existing SLBPR infrastructure facilities.
The High Commissioner, during the inspection tour advised the technical officials and the team involved in the renovation work to improve safety aspects and uplift the existing accommodation standards that could offer the best possible facilities to the visiting pilgrims.
The Pilgrims’ Rest which is located very close to the New Delhi main Railway Station functions under the High Commission of Sri Lanka in India.
The High Commissioner was accompanied by the senior officials of the High Commission.