Waste to Wonder: 7 miracles of the world made out of waste

Delhi's 7 Wonder

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Waste to Wonder

Delhi’s most recent vacation spot grasps the seven miracles of the world! The 7 Waste to Wonder Park‘ (seven wonders of the world) highlighting the copies of seven famous buildings from over the world has been opened for the general population in the national capital. The recreation center has been initiated in Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van by Home Minister Rajnath Singh with Anil Baijal, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. The amusement park has figures of the seven marvels of the world made of modern and different sorts of waste. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), the overseeing body behind the development of this park, has bridled wind and sun oriented capacity to illuminate the Wonders of the World Park, which is basically a waste-to craftsmanship venture. Here is all that you have to think about the loss to ponder park that has opened in Delhi:

1. Seven marvels of the world: The recreation center has reproductions of the seven miracles “Waste to Wonder Park”, to be specific, Taj Mahal, Great Pyramid of Giza, Eiffel Tower of Paris, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Christ the Redeemer Statue of Rio De Janeiro, Rome’s Colosseum and the Statue of Liberty of the United States of America.

2. Creation of models: Around 150 tons of scrap, including 90 tons of mechanical waste and waste vehicle parts have been gathered by SDMC and been assembled for making these figures of the seven miracles of the world.

3. The appearance of the reproductions: The imitations of these seven miracles “Waste to Wonder Park” made out of waste have been given a brilliant and completed look with old sodium lights introduced inside them, to feature their highlights. This has made a stunning sight during night and night hours, checking it as an enrapturing place of interest.

4. Closest Metro Station and Bus Terminal: SDMC has manufactured the recreation center which is spread over a place that is known for five sections of land at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The closest metro station to reach here is Hazrat Nizamuddin on the Pink Line of Delhi Metro. It is likewise close Sarai Kale Khan transport terminal in South-East Delhi.

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5. Ticket cost or passage expense for all age gatherings: According to Radha Krishnan, Public Relation Officer, SDMC who addressed Financial Express Online, the ticket and section expense for visiting the miracle park will be charged based on age gathering of guests. The ticket is free for the youngsters underneath the age of three years and for senior residents over the age of 65. Rs 25 is the passage expense for kids between the age gathering of 3-12 years and for grown-ups, the section charge is Rs 50.

6. Free tickets for MCD school understudies: Krishnan included that the ticket is free of expense for the school understudies of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).

7. Individuals behind the development: As numerous as five craftsmen, seven supporting specialists, and 70 welders and partners were engaged with the finishing every one of the phases of this venture to make it a reality. It was considered as a thought from a comparable park in the city of Kota, Rajasthan, as indicated by Dr. Puneet Kumar Goel, Commissioner, SDMC who was cited in a PTI report.

8. Efficient power vitality used by SDMC: SDMC has introduced three windmills in the recreation center of one kilowatt (kW) every, three suns powered trees of five KW each and housetop sunlight based boards often KW. The whole park has been lit up exclusively through a sustainable power source.

9. Ticket counters: The online ticket booking office for visiting the recreation center isn’t accessible starting at now. Guests can purchase tickets from the manual ticket counters at the section of the recreation center.

10. For the comfort of guests, stopping office has likewise been created close to the recreation center.