On September 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Varanasi. At roughly 1:30 p.m., PM Modi will officially lay the cornerstone for the Varanasi International Cricket Stadium. The goal of building this international cricket stadium is to provide cutting-edge sports infrastructure that will be of the highest caliber.
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At roughly 3.15 p.m., the Prime Minister will thereafter arrive at the Rudraksh International Cooperation and Convention Center to take part in the Kashi Sansad Cultural Festival. At a cost of Rs 1115 crore, 16 Atal Awasiya Vidyalaya have been opened around the state.
This Varanasi cricket stadium, which will be constructed in Rajatalab, is being developed on 30 acres of land and will be a modern cricket stadium. Its building will cost Rs. 450 crore as well. The crescent-shaped roof covers, the trident-shaped flood lights, the seating arrangement based on ghat stairs, and the belpatra-shaped metal sheets all serve as examples of the stadium’s thematic architecture, which draws inspiration from Lord Shiva. Let us inform you that this stadium will be equipped with seats for 30,000 people at once.