SUBJECT :Kishan Bagh, an eco-tourism project in Jaipur spread over 64 ha of land, would soon be ready for tourists by the month of October. 

June 21, 2018: Kishan Bagh, an eco-tourism project in Jaipur spread over 64 ha of land, would soon be ready for tourists by the month of October. The project has reached the final stage and the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has initiated work on all the outstanding modules.

The location of this eco-tourism project is in the foothills of Nahargarh, and is a part of sand dunes spread across JDA land and extending in Nahargarh Sanctuary. Kishan Bagh will be offering tourists experience of sand dunes that lie in close proximity of water bodies and varied plantation across 30 ac.

For the development of this project, the development authority has already sanctioned around INR 9 crore. As per the officials of JDA, the plantation work has progressed as per the targets and major construction works, such as building pathways, water bodies, and fencing wall have been completed.

Work on Kishan Bagh forestry project was initiated in August 2016 at the MOU signing of Dravyavati riverfront. Since then, the project has made significant progress and is ready to be unveiled along with the Kishan Bagh project.

Along with the Nahargarh Sanctuary, these two projects―Kishan Bagh and Dravyavati―will further ensure that the locals and the tourists visiting the Pink City have more sightseeing and ecotourism options. The development authority is using all its resources to make sure these projects see the green signal by the month of October during when the assembly elections are also scheduled in the region.


Source: Times of India