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Gurugram mandir to be taller than Qutub Minar


GURUGRAM: The Sheetla Mata Shrine board has ready a plan to redevelop the temple in Sector 6 and make it upper than the Qutub Minar and the Taj Mahal, both of that are 73 metres top. The temple’s dome can be made as top as 74 metres and different facilities may also be added, in step with resources.
Officials inside the district management showed that the dome can be one metre upper than both the UNESCO global heritage websites. The new development plan has been licensed through the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) and the delicate for the paintings has been floated.

“We have licensed the brand new development plan of the temple as proposed through the Sheetla Mata Shrine board,” mentioned a senior MCG respectable, requesting anonymity. Board leader Vatsal Vashisht did not reply to queries from this correspondent.

As soon as bids are received, the board will review proposals and allot the delicate, in step with district management officials. The estimated price of the challenge is around Rs 200 crore.

The redevelopment of the temple has been within the pipeline for reasonably a while now. The challenge used to be in spite of everything introduced through Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in April 2018.

According to officials, a learn about of famous temples corresponding to Tirupati and Shirdi used to be carried out sooner than making plans the brand new design of the temple. The redeveloped temple may have a seating capability of 1,000 people, and will include a lodging facility for pilgrims, a car park and a meditation centre.

However, the Sheetla Mata Shrine falls inside the 900-metre radius of the ammunition depot and a High Court choice at the destiny of constrcutions inside the house continues to be pending. The company has licensed the brand new development plan regardless of this and resources inside of MCG mentioned that they received permission from the deputy commissioner’s administrative center sooner than doing so.


District management officials mentioned that they might be open to changes in plans after the High Court order within the subject.


“All the parties concerned within the case have agreed on idea that the restricted zone around the ammunition depot can be decreased from the 900 metre radius to a 300 metre radius. Given that the temple exists inside the 900-metre radius, it will have to now not be an issue,” mentioned a source.


Earlier, the redevelopment plan used to be tabled during an MCG House assembly and finances were sought from the company. However, the House turned down the proposal, announcing that the shrine board had a lot of money and did not require MCG finances.


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