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Project: Site Revival - Mohta Park

Site Revival - Mohta Park

Description

Nature gifted the ‘Garden City’ of Udaipur with abundance of water and richness of soil, and man carved out of them beautiful gardens.

The Mohta Park, near Chetak Circle, is a small garden which adds to the beauty of the city and provides a soothing halt to the passers-by.

It was built by Late Seth Shrigopal Mohta. The park was inaugurated on February 24, 1944 by Late Maharaja Sadul Singh of Bikaner. The park has a statue of Late Maharana Bhupal Singh Mewar in the center, who had also delivered the closing speech at the inaugural ceremony. The park was built with an approximate cost of Rs. 35000.

The park was developed for children, small public meetings and get togethers. The garden had a profusion of flowers and huge groves of trees present, which provided a spectacular sight to enjoy. The park also had a stage to address public meetings and swings for the children.

But, in the absence of proper maintenance, the grandeur of this beautiful garden seems to be lost. So, let us join hands together to bring back its past glory.

Please assemble at the park at 7am on May 24, 2014.

Category
Environment
Campaign
Clean Bowled
Start Date
May 24, 2014
End Date
May 26, 2014
Area
Mohta Park
Project Location

Mohta Park

Administration Support Requested
  • Brooms (25)
  • Painting brushes (25)
  • Paints
  • Gloves (25 pairs)
  • Masks (25)
Volunteer Support Needed
  • Please assemble at the park at 7am on May 24, 2014.
Organization
Not associated with any organization.
Contact Persons
#NameEmailContact NumberRole
1 Sudhir Dave cpoudaipur@gmail.com 9783675143 DM-Coordinator

Volunteer list
#Name
1 Kamalkant Paliwal
2 Mahipal Singh
3 Piyush Sen
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