Maha govt proposes two tourism hubs in Nagpur

Theme park and energy park are part of the plan

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The government of Maharashtra has proposed to develop two tourism hubs in Nagpur.

A Buddhist Theme Park has been proposed entailing an investment of around Rs 1,000 crore at Futala lake and an energy park costing around Rs 125 crore with 121 ft statue of Lord Hanuman at Koradi.

The energy park will show all types of power projects which will come up adjacent to the Koradi temple.

The park will have interpretation centre, miniature model of Koradi power station, solar energy garden, wind energy garden, biomass energy garden, small hydro energy garden, vocational training centre and outdoor games.

Koradi temple has already been developed into a major pilgrimage centre in the last three years and new projects will transform it into a tourism hub.

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