Delhi is the national capital territory of India and is regarded as the heart of the nation. Yes, the city is Most popular for its enriched culture and heritage. Several historical monuments, beautiful gardens, etc. are there in the city. Recently, one new theme park also added to the list of Delhi which is amazing, different, and based on a theme namely ‘Waste of Wonder. It was inaugurated by the Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van.
One of the most significant and amazing realities about this park is that you will see 7 marvels of the world. Truth be told these 7 miracles of the world are comprised of modern waste and other waste material like salvaged material, disposed of car parts, obtained from the landfills of the city. Thusly squander material is utilized into a decent structure. That is the reason this park turns into a fascinating point for everybody and yes it is remarkable in itself. The recreation center appears as though a small island created in the blocked environmental factors of the Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus and Outer Ring Road. It will give a lift to the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ and will move forward towards changing waste to riches.
South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has introduced sun-based trees and housetop boards that will produce 50 KW powers. What’s more, the overflowing force will be offered to the force circulation organizations to win income. Do you realize that the recreation center has been built inside half a year’s time? In the advancement of the recreation center around 150 tons of scrap, 5 specialists, 7 supporting craftsmen, 70 welders, and assistants have been utilized. As per SDMC the recreation center worked at an expense of Rs 7.5 crore and will work from 11 AM to 11 PM.
The amusement park comprises of 7 miracles of the world as referenced over that is it has imitations of Taj Mahal, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Great Pyramid of Giza, Eiffel Tower, Christ the Redeemer, the Statue of Liberty of the United States of America, and Rome’s Colosseum.
So, if you are planning a 7 Waste of Wonders we, at Travels Paradise have brought here for you all the necessary information you need to know about the must-visit places in Delhi and the various ways you can reach these 7 miracles of the world beauty.
- Replica of USA’s Statue of Liberty
- Squander material utilized: approx 7-8 tons
- Tallness: approx 35 feet
The platform has been made utilizing old heaps, metal railings, and edges which give a look of blocks, round rings are made by utilizing vehicle edges. In her left hand, the Roman freedom goddess holds a tablet cut from an MCD seat and metal sheets. In her correct hand, she holds a light comprised of an old bicycle and its chain. Also, her hairs are made utilizing cycle chains.
- Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer
- Squander material utilized: approx 4-5 tons
- Tallness: approx 25 feet
From seats, square channels are utilized to make the platform. To make the lower part of the sculpture dress electric posts have been set vertically. Moto bicycle binds are utilized to make hair and motor parts for hands.
- Replica of Paris Eiffel Tower
- Squander materials utilized: approx 40 tons
- Tallness: approx 60 feet
It is 70 feet tall and comprised of the created iron grid and a lot more vehicle squanders like trucks, grip plates, C channels, and so on. The three stories of the copy were made independently and gathered with the assistance of a crane.
- Imitation of Taj Mahal
- Squander materials utilized: approx 30 tons
- Stature: approx: 20 feet
This wonderful structure of the Taj Mahal has been made utilizing 1600 cycle rings, electric post pipes, old dish, leave seats, swings, truck springs, sheets and so forth. Also, the arches have been made by utilizing 2 funnels, truck sheets have been utilized to make the complicated structures, windows, and door jamb by utilizing seats.
5. Replica of World’s Largest Amphitheater Colosseum from Rome
- Squander material utilized: approx 11 tons
- Stature: approx 15 feet
The biggest stone amphitheater called the Colosseum which was created around 70-72 A.D by the Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian line. Squanders that are utilized to create it are electric shafts, metal railings, seats, car save parts, and so on. Vehicle wheels are additionally used to make curves.
- Reproduction of Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Squander material utilized: approx 10.5 tons
- Tallness: approx 25 feet
It was built in the twelfth century. The imitation comprises of around 211 curves spread out in eight stories which have been created from cycle edge, jewel structures in the middle of the curves that are produced using metal sheets and channels to resemble a column.
- Reproduction of Egypt’s Pyramid of Giza
- Squander material utilized: approx 10-12 tons
- Tallness: approx 18 feet
Do you realize that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the most established of the seven miracles of the antiquated world? Around 110 layer structure has been produced by utilizing 10,800 feet scrap points gauging 10-12 tons.
- Some more interesting facts about the park
- A total of 150 tons of scrap was used to develop and build the Park. And 90 tons was industrial waste and junk automobile parts.
To the 5 acres of the land area, this park is built and the Nearest metro station to the park would be the Hazrat Nizamuddin station on the pink line of Delhi Metro.
- 3 to 12 Years Entry Fee Rs 25.
- 13 to 65 Above Entry Fee Rs 40.
- Sunday Special Price Rs 50.
How To Reach:
Waste to Wonder Nearest Metro Station and Bus Terminal: SDMC has built the park which is spread over a land of five acres at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The nearest metro station to reach here is Hazrat Nizamuddin on the Pink Line of Delhi Metro. By Road, It is also Near to Sarai Kale Khan bus terminal in South-East Delhi.