Declaring and maintaining that building modern infrastructure will take India to newer heights continues to be his govt’s priority, Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stones for multiple highway projects worth over 15,000 crore rupees for Rajasthan in a function in Udaipur.
Modi was received by Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and other senior leader in Udaipur on Tuesday. He inaugurated 11 National Highway projects, covering a total length of about 873 km. The projects include a 6-lane cable stayed bridge across river Chambal at Kota; 4-laning of Gomati Chauraha-Udaipur section of NH-8, and Rajsamand-Bhilwara section of NH-758.
During his visit PM Modi affirmed, “Rajasthan has huge area and tourists want to visit its Lake City – Udaipur, Pushkar and sand dunes of Jaisalmer. When tourism develops, handicrafts-men earn, taxi drivers earn, hoteliers earn and even the ‘chai wala’ (tea seller) earns,” as the gathering burst into laughter.
Stressing the importance of infrastructure for development, he said these highways will help farmers, boost tourism and open up economic opportunities for the local people. They would not only help link Rajasthan more efficiently but also be gateways to progress.
Indeed, tourism will get great boost with better connectivity of roads and safer road transportation. We applaud Mr. Prime Minister for his farsighted approach for the development of Rajasthan benefiting its tourism sector.
Incredible India’s iconic 6-lane single plane Cable Stayed Bridge with the nation’s longest 350 meter central clear span and sky touching 80 meter tallest pylon, across river Chambal, Kota NH-27 on East-West Corridor of Rajasthan is ready and gets inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi just now.
The 6-lane cable-stayed bridge has been built across the Chambal river at Kota regions of Rajasthan and will be opened for traffic soon. PM Narendra Modi is in Rajasthan to inaugurate various projects worth Rs 15,000 crore and will dedicate the Chambal river bridge to the nation. Let’s have a look at some interesting facts about the breathtaking bridge and its scenic images:
The 30 metres wide bridge is 1.4 kilometre long. Its height is 125 metres, with the longest span at 350.5 metres, that is 1,150 feet.
The cable stayed bridge over the Chambal river has been built at an approximate cost of Rs 277.67 crore.
According to Road Transport and Highways Minister, the bridge had been stuck for years due to many problems but could be completed with the remarkable efforts of the government and national Highway Authority.
The Chambal river bridge project comes under the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). The bridge is situated on the Kota Bypass. It crosses the Chambal River just outside the city.
Image Credits: Hon’ble CM Rajasthan Smt Vasundhara Raje
The Desert City of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is going to host the 6th Annual Convention of the Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA).
The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Smt. Vasundhara Raje will inaugurate the high powered Convention of the Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA) at Suryagarh on 02nd September. The theme of the Convention this year will be ‘Harnessing Heritage to Tourism Advantage’.
Being held for the first time in the Golden City — the third edition of the Coffee Table Book of Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA) will also be released during the day.
Various presentations will also be made on relevant topics like ‘Role of National Museums in Preserving National Heritage’, ‘Built Heritage of Jaisalmer’, ‘Activities by Federation of Associations in Indian Tourism & Hospitality’ (FAITH) in the past year and its vision for future, ‘Formation of Indian Subcontinent and its Impact on Built Heritage and Environment’, ‘Role of Our Heritage Cuisine in Preserving Our Heritage’, among others.
Supported by Suryagarh, The Desert Palace, Jaisalkot, Narayan Niwas Palace, Nachana Haveli and Dunes Safari Camp, another remarkable event; Annual General Meeting of the IHHA will also take place on September 03, 2017 .
The Pink City of Jaipur marks the 107th Birth Anniversary of HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II today at the Ram Niwas Garden, Jaipur.
HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II was the last ruling Maharaja of Jaipur who embarked on a program of modernization, created infrastructure and numerous public institutions. He left the dwellers of Pink City with a lot of memories to treasure all through their lives.
The present Maharaja of Jaipur HH Padmanaabh Singh presided the ceremonial function at the statue of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II which was unveiled on 30th March 2015 on the occasion of Rajasthan Divas in Jaipur.
The annual Youth Festival of Thomso, IIT Roorkee, for the very first time would be in #Jaipur with Thomso Zonals. Playing host to the most talented scholars and academicians from all over the country -Magical Fantasia, the theme of this year’s edition is set to welcome students from more than 600 colleges across the country comprising several IITs and NITs.
Hey, Jaipurites grab the chance to get into the finals of this highly competitive and diverse events of Thomso’17 which is scheduled on 27th August 2017 at the JECRC University, Rajasthan.
Register yourself at www.thomso.in/zonals/jaipurlatest by 26th August 2017.
Sambhar Lake, situated 96 km from Jaipur – usually known as India’s largest salt lake is lately declared as a bio-heritage site. The big news is that the Salt lake is getting ready for the night tourism with Laser Sound and Light Show, and much more!
After Amer Mahal, Jantar Mantar and City Palace, the shimmering Sambhar Lake is all set to be developed for Night Tourism. The salt lake complex will host Laser Sound and Light Show and further be advanced for night safari which includes salt track, museum, cycling track and train safari for tourists.
Sambhar extends in three districts of Jaipur, Nagaur and Ajmer. Sambhar lake is a magnificent array of bird life, both native and migrant, making it one of the best places in India for bird-watching, but most of all, just sitting out there in quiet and watching the sun go down as night draws itself into a white noise.
Now with the proposed plan of night tourism the tourist spot with be a mesmeric destination for night travelers by June 2018 as informed by the RTDC official.
Lord Krishna is loved and worshiped across India, and in fact abroad for the qualities that are attributed to Krishna. At the simplest level, Krishna is protector and savior. At the most complex level, he is the epitome of unconditional love, oneness, as the only way to true happiness, self discovery and liberation. So the Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated with tremendous fervor, especially in Jaipur. And the epicenter for these celebrations being Govind Devji Temple.
With the melodious sounds of flute and bass of drums, Janmashtami festival brings the air of cheer and happiness in each Radha Krishna temple in Rajasthan.
For the celebrations of Janmashtami i.e on Tuesday, August 15, 2017, the magnificently adorned idols of Radha Govind ji are placed in a specially decorated swing and the temples explode with colors and energy.
In Jaipur, thousands of worshipers flock the temple and celebrate the festival with an outpouring of ecstatic music, dance and poetry in both classical and common languages amid the tranquil sounds of temple bells.
The Govind Devji temple of Jaipur will follow new time schedule on 15th August, 2017. According to this Gwal Jhanki will be open at 5.45 pm, Sandhya Jhanki at 6.30 pm and Shayan Jhanki at 9.30 pm.
Revel in the festivities of Janmashtami at Govind Devji temple in the City Palace of Jaipur where adorned markets, decorated temple compound, beauty of performances, devotion of people and sight of Murli Manohar Lord Krishna will steal your heart.