After the success of the Waste to Marvel park in Sarai Kale Khan, which homes replicas of the wonders of the world made out of scrap supplies, the nationwide capital has one other such inexperienced marvel to get pleasure from.
The South Delhi Municipal Company has developed a brand new park, named Bharat Darshan, in Punjabi Bagh space of west Delhi which has replicas of 21 well-known buildings from throughout the nation. The park was inaugurated by Union House Minister Amit Shah on Saturday.
Applauding the civic physique’s efforts, Shah stated the park was the right instance of ‘Kachre Se Kanchan’. The Union minister additionally took a dig Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. “I need to say to Arvind Kejriwal. Please scale back your price range on ads and provides cash to civic our bodies in order that they’ll do higher work.”
South MCD has developed the Punjabi Bagh park in an space of 8.5 acres. Total, 22 buildings — one banyan tree and replicas of 21 historic and spiritual locations — have been erected within the park.
These embody the Qutab Minar, Taj Mahal, Charminar, Gateway of India, Konark Temple, Nalanda ruins, Mysore Palace, Meenakshi Temple, Hampi, Victoria Memorial Corridor, Sanchi Stupa, Gol Gumbaz, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, and Hawa Mahal. Nearly 200 artists labored day and night time for 22 months to finish the park.
“Regardless of witnessing Covid-19 pandemic and its cascading impact, the park has been developed in 22 months. Almost 350 tons of scrap have been used to assemble replicas of the monuments. We used electrical poles, previous vehicles, spare elements of vehicles, pipes, and different scraps to make it attainable,” stated Gyanesh Bharti, Commissioner of the South Delhi Municipal Company.
The park has been outfitted with 755 facade lights, 51 CCTV cameras, three LED screens, 600 bollard lights, 102 compound lights, and DJ set for music. The ability wants are met with photo voltaic plates, and a sewage therapy plant with a capability of 1 lakh litre has been arrange for irrigation functions.
“For adults, the ticket is priced at Rs 100 throughout the day and Rs 150 within the evenings, whereas ticket costs for kids under 12 years stand at Rs 50 and Rs 75. The park shall be closed on Monday,” a senior South MCD official advised News18.
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