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Latest UpdatesNewsRajasthan's Kota's Chambal riverside project is anticipated to be completed shortly.

Rajasthan’s Kota’s Chambal riverside project is anticipated to be completed shortly.

The massively expensive Chambal riverside project, with a construction budget of Rs 700 crore, would draw both visitors and a sizable number of Kota's coaching students.

A top-notch riverfront is being built along the Chambal River in coaching city, which will be a key draw for visitors and the substantial number of coaching students who live in Kota.

Therefore, the Chambal riverside project, which has a staggering expenditure of Rs 700 crore, would transform Kota’s appearance forever. Riverside, which is close to the entrance and a short stroll from the recently constructed iconic coaching zone, will offer several attractions to visitors and students.

The amenities include a café, a handicraft bazaar, a skating area, a painter’s lane, art galleries, restaurants, a kids zone, a yoga street, a giant chambal goddess statue, boating, the largest bell in the world, a tall Buddhist 3D statue, the Nehru Statue, an amphitheater, a laser show, a sculpture park, and a WI-FI riverfront.

In addition, buildings next to “Sahitya Chowk” including the 40-meter-tall Chambal Mata monument and the tallest Maharana Pratap statue in the state are set to become well-liked tourist attractions.

Additionally, the 9.5-meter-diameter biggest bell in the world will be put atop the ghat, and Chambal’s waterfall will originate from Chambal Mata’s urn.

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