Seven religious sites to be connected by Waterways in Guwahati

Seven religious sites to be connected by Waterways in Guwahati

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Category : State Published on: May 20 2023

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  • In a bid to promote riverine tourism, an initiative of the Government of India is set to connect seven revered temples in Guwahati through an innovative waterway circuit. 
  • The transformative project will link the historic temples of Kamakhya, Pandunath, Ashwaklanta, Doul Govinda, Umananda, Chakreshwar, and Auniati Satra, providing an immersive experience for pilgrims and tourists alike.
  • This groundbreaking initiative is made possible through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to be signed on May 19, 2023.
  • Under the ambitious Sagarmala Programme, the 'Riverine-based Tourism Circuit' project is set to transform the region's tourism landscape. 
  • With an estimated initial cost of Rs. 40-45 crores, the project will receive joint contributions of 55% from SDCL and IWAI, with the remaining funds provided by ATDC.
  • SDCL and IWAI will jointly contribute 55% of the project cost while the remaining will be provided by ATDC. DIWT has consented to provide the usage of Ghats near the temples free of cost for the project.
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