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Construction of Pannadhay Panorama started at Pandoli in Chittorgarh

The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of Panorama on 4 May. Chittorgarh News

Chittorgarh. In implementation of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s budget announcement for 2023-24, the construction of Pannadhay Panorama, which will be built at Pandoli in Chittorgarh district, has commenced at a cost of four crores. It is worth noting that on May 4, the Chief Minister laid the virtual foundation stone of this panorama, then on Monday, Shri Surendra Singh Jadawat, Chairman of the Rajasthan Heritage Conservation and Promotion Authority, completed the Bhoomi Pujan of Maa Pannadhay’s panorama and laid the foundation of the adored Sheela. Chittorgarh News

On this occasion, Jadawat said that there has been a long-time demand to make Pannadhay Panorama, which will now finally be fulfilled. With this, the life values ​​of Maa Pannadhay, an icon of sacrifice and sacrifice, and her pious contribution will be widely recognized. He said that there is great reverence for Maa Pannadhay in the public mind. By becoming a panorama, its fame will reach the country and the world, and our cultural, heritage and heritage will take on a new identity. He said that in addition to the main panorama building, many works will be done, including an auditorium, hall, library, entrance gate, umbrella, sculptures, audio-video system, inscriptions and various works of art. Chittorgarh News

Tikam Chand Bohra, Chief Executive Officer, Rajasthan Heritage Conservation and Promotion Authority said that through Panorama, visitors will get the chance to know the entire glorious history of Pannadhay. He told that the story from the birth of the great martyr Pannadhay to the sacrifice of his son Chandan will be shown in Panorama with 2D and 3D fiber marble gunmetal idols and prints. He said that a huge metal statue of Maha Baridani Pannadhay will also be placed in the Panorama complex. Chittorgarh News

The Authority’s executive engineer, Suresh Swami, said Panorama’s work will be completed in eight months. He informed that seven bigha lands in Pandoli have been allocated by the District Collector and Chairman UIT to the Heritage Authority for the construction of Panorama. Local representatives and a large number of men and women attended the programme.

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