India is a vast country which has a diverse pool of cultural heritage and ancient architecture in the form of buildings, monuments, landscapes, books, works of art, intangible culture (such as folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge), and natural heritage which includes culturally significant landscapes. It’s very important to promote and preserve the cultural heritage for our coming generations in order to provide opportunities for the youth to acknowledge the beauty and dignity of Indian history. With the ongoing flow of globalization, we almost forgot how our ancestors lived in their times and we miss out to experience the aesthetic moments. Most importantly, it’s our culture and traditions only which makes us unique and gives us the feeling of belongingness. SWCH focus will be to assist communities also in the conservation, sustainability and management of the cultural assets. Most of the sculptures and idols in historic temples have been damaged by vandals and the tourists and also inscribed gold/silver/bronze idols have been taken out of the respective place, the epigraphs are vanishing their originality during construction and renovation in order to provide advance facilities in old temples and mindless applying of fresh coat of paint during renovation. Many monuments have gone missing due to encroachment, granite quarrying and construction of dwelling units near the temples and other religious places and collapse of fort walls due to neglection. All of this is taking ancient monuments to a new shape which is just to attract the tourists but the original message is faded. For the maintenance of ancient monuments like Taj Mahal, Qutub minar, Ajanta and Ellora caves, Jantar Mantar, charminar, Palaces of the times of Raja and maharaja, archaeological sites and remains of national importance SWCH has taken a bigger step which will also preserve culture including wells, coins, epigraphs, sculptures and drawings.