Delhi's 'Bharat Darshan Park' will be inaugurated
Delhi's 'Bharat Darshan Park' will be inaugurated

Delhi News: Delhi’s ‘Bharat Darshan Park‘ will be inaugurated today (October 25) by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Waste materials and recycled materials have been used to construct replicas of several iconic monuments of India at this park.

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South Delhi Municipal Corporation opened the amusement park built on the ‘Waste to Property’ model a few years ago. Delhi’s civic elections will be held early next year, therefore the park’s inauguration is taking place at a time of civic election.

In one place, you can see Taj Mahal and the Gateway to India

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The eight-acre park includes Taj Mahal, Charminar, Qutub Minar, Gateway of India, Nalanda Ruins, Mysore Palace, Konark Temple, Meenakshi Temple, Hampi, Victoria Memorial Hall, Sanchi Stupa, Gol Gumbaz, Ajanta, and Ellora Replicas of many monuments, including caves and the Hawa Mahal, can be found here. An SDMC official said, Amit Shah, Union Home Minister, will inaugurate the garden on Saturday evening after it has been filled with 22 replicas. A tree and replicas of 21 monuments are among them.

The mayor of South Delhi said this

It was originally planned that the park would open by the end of October. Originally, Amritsar’s Golden Temple was also planned to be included in the project. In the park opening today, there is no replica of the Golden Temple, said Mayor Mukesh Suryan of South Delhi. Sikh shrine replicas were removed from a park in South Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh area in June following a controversy.

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As the then Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (DSGMC) president Manjinder Singh Sirsa told the media in late June, the replica of the temple in the park was removed because it was against “Sikh dignity”. As well as tweeting about it, he posted pictures of the venue. A later statement from Suryan, however, clarified that the replica had only been ‘removed’ from the park. There are artworks throughout the park exhibiting the utmost respect for our cultural heritage and monuments. The park’s theme is “Unity and Diversity.” It is estimated that about 16 crores have been spent on this project.

Various materials were used to construct the replicas, including old cars, fans, iron rods, nuts, and bolts.

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