Bharat Darshan Park - Replicas of Monuments and Other Heritage Sites of India.

 
Welcome to the recently inaugurated "Bharat Darshan Park" in Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, a tourist destination conceived by South Delhi Municipal Corporation’s (SDMC). This park is spread in an area of more than 8.5 acres. Bharat Darshan Park has replicas of monuments and other heritage sites of India. The monuments inside the park are constructed from abandoned vehicles and other waste materials. The park has combined soothing music with at least 200 shades of dynamic lights to amplify the beauty of each of thease replicas. The park has facilities such as an amphitheatre for cultural events, a walking track of 1.5-km, fountains, and a pond.
 
Honorable Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated this park on 24th December 2021 and 25th December the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna former Prime Minister Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee this park has opened for public. Bharat Darshan Park has replicas of 21 famous monuments including Gateway of India, Banyan Tree, Hawa Mahal, Gol Gumbaz, Qutab Minar, Ruins of Nalanda University, Meenakshi Temple, Badrinath Temple, Dwarkadhish Temple, Deep Stambh, Rameshwaram Temple, Jagannath Puri Temple, Mahabat Mahal, Sanchi Stupa, Victoria Memorial, Ruins of Hampi, Taj Mahal, Mysore Palace, Char Minar, Konark Temple, Ajanta-Alora Caves, Khajuraho Temple and many other heritage sites of India.
 

Gateway of India

Original Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
 
Replica of Gateway of India
 
The Gateway of India is an early 20th-century iconic landmark built to celebrate and honor the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. The uniqueness of the structure is its grand arch designed in Muslim architectural style. Today, it is Mumbai's one of the top tourist attraction.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Gateway of India is made from with Angles & Pipes, Cycle Fork, Tyre Rims, Cycle Tyres and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 22 Feet
Length and Width: 30 x 14 Feet
Net Weight: 18 Tons
Time Taken: 160 Days
 
 

Banyan Tree

Original Location: Botanical Garden, Kolkata, India
 
Replica of Banyan Tree
 
The Banyan Tree, also known as "Bargad ka Ped" represents eternal life because of its ever-expanding branches. Believed to be the world's largest trees, they have long aerial roots that grow from the branches into the ground and form a large canopy. The Banyan tree has many spiritual, mythological, historical, religious and ecological significance. For thousands of years, people have also used banyan as sources of medicines. Tourists flock to places like Kabirvad in Gujarat, the botanical garden in Kolkata, Odisha and many other sites to see this divine beauty. In Hindu mythology, the tree is believed to provide the fulfilment of wishes and provide material gains.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Banyan Tree is made from with Gas Cylinders, Car Steering & Gates, Fuel Tanks, Electric Pole, Gas Stoves
 
Dimensions:
Height: 25 Feet
Length and Width: 25x40 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 150 Days
 
 

Hawa Mahal

Original Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
 
Replica of Hawa Mahal
 
With a history of over 200 years, Jaipur's most iconic monument and landmark, the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds is a five-story pyramidal-shaped monument built from red and pink sandstone. It was constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh to enable ladies of the royal household to watch the life and processions of the city without being seen.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Hawa Mahal is made from with Nut & Bolts, Cycle Parts, Angles & Iron Rod, Shocker Springs, Engine Parts
 
Dimensions:
Height: 24 Feet
Length and Width: 30x10 Feet
Net Weight: 14 Tons
Time Taken: 200 Days
 
 

Gol Gumbaz

Original Location: Vijayapura, Karnataka, India
 
Replica of Gol Gumbaz
 
A master piece of nobel Islamic architecture, Gol Gumbaz is one of the largest domes in India built in the 17th century. The ravishing monument is the tomb of king Adil Shah. One of the striking features of Gol Gumbaz is its central dome that stands without any pillar support. The simple yet charming Gol Gumbaz is also known as the whispering gallery, as the uniqueness of its design amplifies any sound or whisper.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Gol Gumbaz is made from with Piston, Truck Kamani, Gears, Cycle Pedals, Taraju, Cooking Utensils
 
Dimensions:
Height: 30 Feet
Length and Width: 26x26 Feet
Weight: 16 Tons
Time Taken: 180 Days
 
 

Qutab Minar

Original Location: New Delhi, India
 
Replica of Qutab Minar
 
The Qutab Minar is a minaret built by Delhi's first Muslim ruler Qutb-ut-Din-Aibak in 1193. Made with sandstone, the highest stone tower of India represents the victory and the power of the new dynasty. Located in the Qutab complex, the tower soars 72.5 meters tall and displays the skillful stonework of artisans who carved its surfaces.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Qutab Minar is made from with Gas Cutting Sheet, Electric Pole, Channels, Angles, Iron Mesh, Water Supply Pipes and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 70 Feet
Diameter: 11 Feet
Net Weight: 19 Tons
Time Taken: 180 Days
 
 

Nalanda

Original Location: Nalanda District, Bihar, India
 
Replica of Nalanda
 
Nalanda is India's most ancient and one of the world's first residential universities engaged in transmitting knowledge for 800 years. Built by the Gupta emperors in 450 AD, the university complex was home to stupas, shrines, viharas (residential and educational buildings), meditation halls and classrooms. Today, the ruins of Nalanda are a significant destination on the Buddha tourism circuit. The most iconic surviving monument of Nalanda is the Great Stupa or the Sariputra Stupa. Built in the 3rd century by Mauryan emperor Ashoka, the stupa is shaped like a pyramid at the top.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Nalanda is made from with Iron Casting, Gas Cutting Sheets, Channels & Angles, Iron Rod, Truck Chassis, Pipes and Candles.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 50 Feet
Length and Width: 46x50 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 160 Days
 
 

Meenakshi Temple

Original Location: Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Replica of Meenakshi Temple
 
Situated in Madurai, the Meenakshi Temple is the finest example of Dravidian architecture. The temple has mythological and historical significance and features "Ayiramkaal Mandapam" or the hall of thousand pillars. Interestingly, these musical pillars, carved out of stones, appear to be in a straight line when viewed at any angle and when tapped, each of them produces a different musical note. Considered to be one of the oldest temples in India, it is believed that Lord Shiva assumed the form of Sundareswarar and married Parvati (Meenakshi) at the site where the temple is currently located.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Meenakshi Temple is made from with Waste Sheets, Gears & Bearings, Angles & Pipes, Iron Casting and Cooking Utensils.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 42 Feet
Length and Width: 26x12 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 200 Days
 
 

Badrinath Temple

Original Location: Badrinath, Uttarakhand, India
 
Replica of Badrinath Temple
 
Badrinath temple is revered as one of the most sacred pilgrimages globally and is part of both Char Dham and Chhota Char Dham yatra. Dedicated to God Vishnu, the temple nestled among the Himalayan peak. It is situated at an altitude of 3300 mts/10826 ft. It is believed that Adi Shankaracharya found the idol of Lord Badri in the Alaknanda river and put it up in a cave near the Tapt Kund hot springs. After that, in the 16th century, the king of the Garhwal region constructed the temple.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Badrinath Temple is made from with Electric Pole Pipes, Automobile Engine Parts, Angles, Cycle Parts, Nuts and Bolts.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 15 Feet
Length and Width: 22.5x2 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 60 Days
 
 

Dwarkadhish Temple

Original Location: Dwarka, Gujarat, India
 
Replica of Dwarkadhish Temple
 
Dwarka's most splendid temple, believed to be 2500 years old, is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is one of the temple of the Char Dham yatra of the Hindu pilgrimage circuit. The five-storied main shrine, built-in Chalukya style architecture, is located in the mouth of the Gomti river and is constructed of limestone and sand.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Dwarkadhish Temple is made from with Automobile Parts, Angles, Rods, Iron Sheets, Pipes and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 15 Feet
Length and Width: 22.5x2 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 70 Days
 
 

Rameshwaram Temple

Original Location: Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Replica of Rameshwaram Temple
 
Built in the 12th century, the Rameshwaram Temple is considered one of the holiest places in India and is also a part of the Char Dham pilgrimage. It is situated at the tip of the Indian Peninsula in the Gulf of Mannar on Pamban Island. Stretched over a vast area of 15 acres, the temple, built in the Dravidian style of architecture, boasts long striking corridors extending to 4000 feet in length. It is believed that Lord Rama offered his gratitude to Lord Shiva at this place.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Rameshwaram Temple is made from with Gears & Chain, Iron Idols, Pipes & Rod, Scrap Sheets, Angles and Cylinders.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 20 Feet
Length and Width: 16x2 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 80 Days
 
 

Jagannath Temple

Original Location: Puri, Odisha, India
 
Replica of Jagannath Temple
 
The Jagannath Temple, dedicated to Lord Jagannath, is the tallest of all the temples in Odisha. Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra are a trio of deities worshipped at the temple. The temple was constructed on a raised stone platform and towers 214 feet (65 meters) above the inner sanctum, which houses the deities.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Jagannath Temple is made from with Tyre Rims, Car Gear, Pipes & Angle, Nuts & Bolts, Iron Rods and Cylinders.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 15 Feet
Length and Width: 25x2 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 60 Days
 
 

Mahabat Palace

Original Location: Junagadh, Gujarat, India
 
Replica of Mahabat Palace
 
A 19th century mausoleum, popular Mahabat ka Maqbara is known for its jaw-dropping architectural beauty. The distinctive onion dome rooflines, delicate arches, French-style windows and four minarets encircled by winding staircases display the architectural brilliance of the bygone eras. The mausoleum, dedicated to Mahabat Khan II, the Nawab of Junagadh State, is a blend of Gothic, Indo-Islamic and European architecture.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Mahabat Palace is made from with Rickshaw Patti, Glass Bottles, JCB Parts, Nuts & Bolts, Iron Mesh, Cycle Chain & Pedals, Engine Pistons and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 23 Feet
Length and Width: 12x32 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 200 Days
 
 

Sanchi Stupa

Original Location: Sanchi Town, Madhya Pradesh, India
 
Replica of Sanchi Stupa
 
Sanchi is one of India's most well-preserved Buddhist sites. Built in the 3rd century BC, Sanchi Stupa is considered one of the most prominent amongst other stupas located at a hilltop of Sanchi in Madhya Pradesh. It was built by Emperor Ashoka to preserve and spread Buddhist philosophy.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Sanchi Stupa is made from with Electric Pole, Bearings, Rod & Spring, Nuts & Bolts, Bike Chains, Angles, Engine Pistons and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 23 Feet
Diameter: 30 Feet
Net Weight: 16 Tons
Time Taken: 200 Days
 
 

Victoria Palace

Original Location: Kolkata, West Bengal, India
 
Replica of Victoria Palace
 
The Victoria memorial is a popular magnificent monument dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria. One of the most famous monuments of West Bengal, the grand and exquisite monument is a testament to the Indo-Saracenic architectural style. A brainchild of George Curzon, first Marquess Curzon of Kedleston and Viceroy of India, the colossal was built between 1906 and 1921, and surrounded by gardens, while giving it a glimpse of the Victorian era. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Victoria Palace is made from with Electric Pole, Pipes, Rickshaw Pattis, Nuts & Bolts, Iron Mesh, Clutch Plates, Angles & Sheets, Tyre Rims and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 20 Feet
Length and Width: 47x15 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 140 Days
 
 

Hampi

Original Location: Hampi, Karnataka, India
 
Replica of Hampi
 
Hampi, also referred to as the Group of Monuments at Hampi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in east-central Karnataka, India. Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 14th century. Hampi was a prosperous, wealthy and grand city near the Tungabhadra River, with numerous temples, farms and trading markets. The Vijayanagara Empire was defeated by a coalition of Muslim sultanates; its capital was conquered, pillaged and destroyed by sultanate armies in 1565, after which Hampi remained in ruins. Hampi's ruins are spread over 4,100 hectares (16 sq mi) and more than 1,600 surviving remains of the last great Hindu kingdom in South India that includes "forts, riverside features, royal and sacred complexes, temples, shrines, pillared halls, mandapas, memorial structures, water structures and a carved stone chariot stands in front of the huge Vittala Temple site.
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Hampi is made using Nut & Bolts, Tyre Rims, Angles & Gears, Cycle Scrap, Cylinders, Truck Chassis and Iron Chains.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 20 Feet
Length and Width: 23x17 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 140 Days
 
 

Taj Mahal

Original Location: Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
 
Replica of Taj Mahal
 
Taj Mahal is one of the most iconic visual representations of India. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in commemoration of his favourite wife empress Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631 AD, the architectural beauty is a perfect amalgamation of Indian, Islamic and Persian architectural style. The Taj Mahal's architectural principles include rational and strict geometry with symmetrical planning, using materials from all over India and Asia. The colour of the translucent marble keeps changing from down to midnight, giving it a magical aura in keeping with Shah Jahan's vision that the tomb and garden should represent paradise on earth. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Taj Mahal is made from with Electric Pole, Pipes, Truck Chassis, Iron Mesh, Angles & Sheets, Cooking Utensils and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 24 Feet
Length and Width: 21x21 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 150 Days
 
 

Mysore Palace

Original Location: Mysuru, Karnataka, India
 
Replica of Mysore Palace
 
An incredible man-made edifice, this palace was once a royal residence of the mighty Wodeyar rulers, who ruled Mysore for seven centuries. After it was destroyed in a fire in 1897, a wellknown British architect Henry Irwin was commissioned to build a new palace that would be a tribute to the legacy. Built in Indo-Saracenic style, the palace is a harmonious blend of Hindu, Muslim, Rajput and Gothic styles. 
 
Materials Used:
Artists have replicated the grand Mysore Palace using Bike Chain, Nuts & Bolts, Cycle Pedals, Cycle Springs, Glass Bottles, Sheets and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 20 Feet
Length and Width: 45x15 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 180 Days
 
 

Charminar

Original Location: Hyderabad, Telangana, India
 
Replica of Charminar
 
Built by Sultan Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah, the historically and religiously significant Charminar is the soul of Hyderabad. The city is often identified with this majestic structure which exudes 400 years of imposing charm. Flanked by four minarets on every corner, Charminar, a monument and a mosque, is considered as one of the top ten monuments of the country. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Charminar is made from with Electric Pole, Pipes, Tyre Rims, Iron Rods, Angles & Sheets, Nuts & Bolts, Gears and Bearings.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 34 Feet
Length and Width: 22x22 Feet
Net Weight: 17 Tons
Time Taken: 180 Days
 
 

Konark Temple

Original Location: Konark, Odisha, India
 
Replica of Konark Temple
 
Konark Sun Temple, dedicated to the sun god Surya, is a striking model of ancient Kalinga artistry. Designed in the 13th century, the temple represents a chariot of the Sun God, with twelve pairs of wheels drawn by seven horses evoking its movement across the heavens. The temple's uniqueness is that the images of the Sun God catch the sun's rays in the morning, noon and evening. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Konark Temple is made using Iron Casting, Iron Bars, Bike Chain & Silencer, Angles, Bearings and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 22 Feet
Length and Width: 23x35 Feet
Net Weight: 20 Tons
Time Taken: 180 Days
 
 

Ajanta & Ellora

Original Location: Ellora, Maharashtra, India
 
Replica of Ajanta & Ellora
 
Ajanta and Ellora caves are the world's largest rock-cut Hindu temple cave complexes from 600-1000 CE. While Ajanta comprises 30 caves depicting stories of the previous lives of Great Buddha, Ellora comprises 34 monasteries and temples devoted to Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. A reclining Buddha represents Buddha during his last illness, about to enter nirvana. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Ajanta & Ellora is made using Iron Patti, Springs, JCB Parts, Engine Parts, Electric Poles and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 22 Feet
Length and Width: 20x25 Feet
Net Weight: 22 Tons
Time Taken: 200 Days
 
 

Khajuraho Temple

Original Location: Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh, India
 
Replica of Khajuraho Temple
 
Khajuraho Temples are known for their Nagara-style architecture and graceful sculptures of Nayikas and deities. The temples, built with high stone platforms, are made of sandstone and a granite foundation. Built between 950-1050 AD by the Chandela Dynasty, these temples represent various forms like meditation, spiritual teachings and relationships through stimulating art. 
 
Materials Used:
The replica of Khajuraho Temple is made using Cycle Chain, Angles, Clutch Plates, Bike Engine, Construction Rods, Pipes and Gears.
 
Dimensions:
Height: 25 Feet
Length and Width: 30x15 Feet
Net Weight: 15 Tons
Time Taken: 150 Days
 
 

Visiting Information of the Bharat Darshan Park

 
Visiting Time
Entry Timings: 10 AM to 10 PM
Weekly Off: Closed on Monday
 
Entry Fee
Adults in Daytime: Rs: 100/-
Children in Daytime (Upto 12 years): Rs: 50/-
Senior Citizen in Daytime (Above 60): Rs: 150/-
 
Adults in Evening: Rs: 150/-
Children in Evening (Upto 12 years): Rs: 75/-
Senior Citizen in Evening (Above 60): Rs: 75/-
 
MCD School Students: Entry Free
School Students: Rs: 40/- per Child / Rs: 90/- per Adult
 
How to Reach
Address: Punjabi Bagh Xing, Ring Rd, New Delhi, Delhi-110026.
 
The distance of Bharat Darshan Park is 12.4 km ( travel time 41 min) from New Delhi Railway Station and 16.2 km (travel time 26 min) from IGI Airport Delhi.The nearest Metro station is Punjabi Bagh Metro Station.


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