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Monday, October 15, 2018

Tallest Statue in the World is in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch World's Tallest Statue... 

          Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Tallest statue of the world, built on the Narmada river in Gujarat under the name of the country's first home minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, on Oct 31, on Patel's birthday. The final touch of the statue has come to an end in this background. 


          The statue is 182 meter tall and is worth Rs 2389 crore. Cost constructed. Located 3.2 km from the Sardar Sarovar Dam across the Narmada River. The statue stands tall at a distance. In the wake of the opening day, 3400 workers and 250 engineers are working day and night.

          There is also a viewing place on this statue. At a height of 153 meters, at least 200 people are allowed to watch. There are also two elevators to take people there. 

                   
          Narendra Modi, who was Gujarat Chief Minister, had laid the foundation stone for the construction of a Statue of Ekta on 31st August 2013. The statue was collected by iron from farmers across the country. The statue contract was handed over to L & T on December 3, 2014. The work was to be completed in 42 months. However, the deadline lasted for a few months, as officials took a long time in the complex design phase, officials said.

           After the completion of the work, 15,000 tourists are expected to visit the monolithic statue. The tri-star hotel and tents are being constructed for tourists. 

Specialty :

- Currently the tallest statue in the world is in China. The statue of Buddha in Lushan is 128 meters high

- The single statue of Gujarat is 54 meters high above the statue of China Buddha. 

- The earthquake and the storm can withstand the monolithic statue. The construction was used for 22,500 metric tonnes of cement. 

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