The aim of the project is to showcase India’s glorious history and build a memorial to the nation’s brave warriors and eminent leaders, with special attention to personalities from Maharashtra. Tourist sites in the mountainous regions of the state will also complement these sculptures.
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A tender for a consultant to conduct a feasibility study and develop an elaborate master plan has been launched. The consultant must also identify the places where these sculptures can appear.
The MSRDC-appointed consultant will also propose an optimal structure for the proposed projects and assess a reasonable financial option after considering various models, such as public-private partnership, donor investment, and pure private investment, among others.
As per the current plan, the MSRDC will start by identifying suitable locations keeping in mind the history, culture and heritage of Maharashtra. Once the location is finalized, the carving will begin. At the same time, the agency will also build tourist sites around the proposed sculptures.
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Facilities for different types of tourism such as adventure tourism, cultural tourism, ecotourism and leisure activities will be provided. Avenues to promote local art and culture will also be put in place.