New Delhi gets Qutub Minar Mirror Image made of scrap

Qutub Minar made by scrap in Delhi Mahipalpur
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India is prominent for its vast land as well as for the historical value. The distinguished history has branches from all nooks and corners, people are facing difficulty in deciding as to what to see in India. The landmark of rich architecture of India in Delhi is Qutub Minar. The tower which was built by Aibak has its mirror-image.

The New Delhi, National Capital of India has given a new facsimile of the iconic building-Qutub Minar. It is 35 foot in height. But, it has more relevancies because of its creation.

The MCD has created Qutub Minar facsimile with municipal waste, which carries the cost of Rs. 16 lakh, has been erected in a freshly-designed street roundabout near the Delhi International Airport, Informed Officials in a Press-Conference.

Inauguration Ceremony

Lt. Governor Anil Baijal inaugurated the project. It lies in the fascinating site which is below the Mahipalpur flyover in south Delhi, ahead of the Indo-Asean Summit here. The significance of facsimile of Qutub Minar is that it has been produced by the scrap lying at SDMC.

Resemblance all over India and now termed as the “Waste of Art”, it is an excellent installation in the Capital.

Costing of the Tremendous Art

Talking about the total cost of the magnificence and progress is Rs. 3.50 crore, declared the SDMC in a statement. In the coming event, leaders from all 10 ASEAN countries will be presenting the Republic Day celebrations as Raj path on January 26. It was organized to mark 25 years of Indo-ASEAN ties.

The visitors will a get a view of different magnificent monuments here. Even one can see Lotus Temple and Lal-Quila.

Precious Endowment by South MCD

The local residents of Mahipalpur are taking as a gift from MCD. This new Qutub Minar has become the matter of attraction for the tourism than the old one. This Qutub Minar has been created from the scrap material of the vehicles means those vehicles that are not coming in the use.

Those vehicles are only consuming the space and weighing approximately one tone. On the other side of the coin, MCD has spent Rs. 16 lakh in the construction of the mirror image of Qutub Minar which is really fabulous.

One can see the view of different monuments of Old Delhi. In this park, South MCD has invested 2 crores budget. One can see the rush of people in this park. Everyone wants to see Qutub Minar in their lives but now the scenario has changed. People are attracting towards the replica of Qutub Minar.

There is a plan of construction of boundary walls on the road. It will be with designer grills, fixing of 750 bollards, internal walkways, and 800 flood lights, plantation, landscaping etc. The work on the entire project, spanning area spanning an area of 2.34 acres has been completed in17 days.

Lastly, Qutub Minar was a famous surprise. It is a famed Muslim Mosque that has typical Hindu ornamentation but new Qutub Minar is also a matter of astonishment. The Government is also planning to increase Tourism in the park.

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Garima has keen interest in history and she loves traveling and has approximately three years of writing experience.

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