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Jaipur’s One-of-a-Kind Raj Bhavan: Home to the “Innovative Constitutional Park”

Mahima Rathor, student of Saksham Sanchar Foundation shared her detailed report about the visit to Constitution Park with the foundation.

We the students of Army Public School visited the Raj Bhavan, Jaipur and it’s constitutional park . The trip was planned by the Saksham Sanchar Foundation which was a part of their media master class course. Our teacher incharge from our school was Dr. Komalpreet Kaur who looked after us really well and managed everything smoothly. We started our expedition from our School and had really fun travelling there. As we reached there, we were welcomed by the management and the beautiful voice of Peacocks. The peacock in the park left a lasting impression on us and truly exceeded our expectations.

Next we went to the conference hall and watched a movie on how the idea to create a constitutional park came to Mr. Kalraj Mishra’s innovative brain. It showcased the very elements of making of constitutional park. Then we proceeded to the Constitutional Park , the only one that exists in the world. This park was inaugurated by are Honourable President Draupadi Murmu. It highlighted the architectural brilliance of Mr. Anoop Bartaria the designer of this park

The park was majestic from the beginning to the end, every single thing was breathtaking. The park started with the cover of the Indian constitution made from Kadappa stone in which designs are made from liquid brass which gives it really close look to the original copy of the Constitution. As we move forward we can see the front page of the constitution the Preamble. This was the reminder of the foundational principles and goals upon which the constitution and the associated governance are based.
Not only this but many more things like, the statue of the women who contributed to this, the statue of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar handing over the draft of the constitution to Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the statue of seating of the constituent assembly , statue of Nataraja and numerous others historic and inspirational ones .

At last this visit to Raj Bhavan Jaipur and its unique Constitutional Park was never going to be forgotten by all of us, the students of APS Jaipur.
Among its treasures are statues citing pivotal figures in the constitutional history of India: from Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar presenting the draft to Dr. Rajendra Prasad, to scenes depicting the Constituent Assembly. Each statue reflects and reminds one of the national history in the developing journey towards independence and democratic governance. It was the unforgettable moment in all our lives—the student community—by not only enlightening us with the historical education on this great man but also making all of ourselves aware of the inspirational juncture of values and principles that formed our nation.

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