PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament House on 28 May.
The new parliament is an example of grandeur. This magnificence includes the colors of the country. The merits of different states will be seen in the new Parliament. in parliament Mirzapur Carpets will be visible. The flooring made of Tripura bamboo will add to the beauty. Rajasthan It has been given a luxurious look with stones. new parliament It has been prepared on the theme of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’. In which the colors of the country’s culture are visible.
PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament House on 28 May. Know, what parts of the country have been included to make the new Parliament grand.
Understand in 5 points, how the new parliament was made so grand
- Stones of Rajasthan, Wood of Maharashtra: The red and white stones brought from Saramthura in Rajasthan will add to the beauty of the new parliament. These are the same stones that were used in the Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb. The teak wood used in the building has been imported from Nagpur in Maharashtra. PM Modi shared a video of the new Parliament, in which its beauty can be seen.
- Furniture from Mumbai and False Ceiling from Daman: Saffron green stone has been imported from Udaipur, red granite from Lakha near Ajmer and white marble from Rajasthan. The furniture kept in the new parliament was made in Mumbai. Not only this, the material used in the false ceiling of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha chambers here has been brought from Daman and Diu.
- National Emblem made of material from Aurangabad and Jaipur: The material used in the Ashoka Pillar, the national symbol in the new parliament, was sourced from Aurangabad in Maharashtra and Jaipur in Rajasthan. Many videos and pictures describing the grandeur of the Ashoka Pillar have also gone viral on social media. It has also been used in different parts of here.Not only this, the massive walls of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha chambers and the Ashoka Chakra on the outer side of the Parliament House were brought from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Which enhance its beauty.
- Artisans of Rajasthan carved the stones: The stone carving in the new parliament was done by the sculptors of Abu Road and Udaipur which was brought from Kotputli in Rajasthan. Apart from this, the brass used in different parts was brought to Gujarat from Ahmedabad.
- Sand of Haryana, Brick of UP: Special type of sand has been used in the construction here. Which came from Charkhi Dadri of Haryana. It is called M-Sand and prepared by mixing it with concrete material. The bricks used in the building have been brought from Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
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