Gujarat will soon be home to India’s highest space observatory. This is definitely an interesting addition to today’s modernized India. Following the “Statue of Unity”, Gujarat will soon welcome this prime world-class attraction. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first suggested this innovation. And then the Gujarat government began preparing a plan for this huge project. According to the plan, the space observatory will be built at the Dharoi Dam. Dharoi Dam is just a few kilometers from Narendra Modi hometown, Vadnagar.
What you need to know about India’s highest space observatory
According to reports, the large project will cost an estimated ₹1,041 crores. The first estimate has already been received by the Prime Minister’s Office for approval and further action. The whole project will require a large area of 1,500 acres of land. In fact, the rough time for its construction is 3 years.
This 140-meter space observatory will definitely support tourism in Gujarat and also help develop the environment. Make sure that the number of tourists increases after the completion of this project. This observatory Thanks to its Ambaji Temple and Vadnagar heritage and cultural tourism, Gujarat will become a unique tourist destination.
Things to expect from this great project
This unique observatory has a telescope gallery, astronomical observatory, seating areas, viewing points, open-to-sky viewing deck, scenic points and a semi-covered interpretation zone. Inside the space observatory there will be a café, a hotel, public plaza an amphitheater with 2,500 seats and a souvenir shop. For more fun and entertainment, this project will also include a polo club, water sports complex, jetty at Dharoi Dam, wellness retreat, and much more will be a part of this project.