Dravyavati River Project now coming to life; these stunningly beautiful photos prove this
These photos will show you how the project will be a major milestone in not only protecting the city’s environment, but also providing them a great place to hang out and spend some time with their family and friends.
Jaipur: Dravyavati River is one of the most expensive and ambitious projects ever undertaken in the city. While many projects are launched and shelved every now and then, the state government seems quite determined to see to it that Dravyavati River Project is completed, that too on time.
While the work is still in progress, The PinkCity Post is bringing to its readers photos that show a lot has already been done. The project is slowly coming to life. These photos will show you how the project will be a major milestone in not only protecting the city’s environment, but also providing the city residents a great place to hang out and spend some quality time with their family and friends.
Here are some photographs of the Shipra Park being developed at Shipra Path. People will be able to enjoy many recreational activities such as camel ride, Air Theater, dance floor, yoga, walking tracks and water ponds.
Dravyawati was a 47 km long river stretched between the foothills of the Nahargarh Fort and the River Dhund. But fast gratification, encroachments and pollution degraded it into a drainage. People now call it Amanishah Nallah (nala). Due to water stagnating at several places, the river became out of bounds for the city residents. Taja Projects and Shanghai Urban Construction Group are now working on this Rs 1,676 crore project to restore the river by August 15, 2018.