Rope-way to be built on Hanumanji temple opened in Jaipur
Rope-way to be built on Hanumanji temple opened in Jaipur: Devotees will be able to reach Vaishnodevi Mata temple on 85 meters high hill
In Jaipur, after the Samod of Chaumu, the second rope-way will be built at the Hanumanji temple of Khole located on Delhi Road. After the construction of this ropeway, devotees will be able to easily go to the Vaishnodevi Mata temple built on a high hill near the Hanuman Ji temple of Khola. At present, to visit this temple, devotees have to climb 121 steep stairs. Jaipur Collector Prakash Rajpurohit along with Forest Department, and PWD officials also inspected the Hanuman temple complex that opened today and saw the situation. The company making this project has said to make it in about 2 years.
The engineer of the firm making the project told that this rope-way will be built in a length of about 436 meters. With this, the devotees will be able to reach Vaishnodevi Mata Temple from Annapurna Temple near the parking lot opened at Hanumanji in 4 minutes. He told that the ride would be stopped twice in between to show the panoramic view of Jaipur to the visiting pilgrims and tourists.
The company told that 24 trolleys will be made available here round the clock and 700 to 800 people will be able to travel in it every hour. 6 people sitting together in a trolley will be able to reach the temple. Earlier, a ropeway has been built in the Samaud temple located in Chaumu, although it is still closed due to the non-receipt of NOC.
Collector Prakash Rajpurohit told that there will be free facilities for children between 0 to 5 years and senior citizens above 70 years in the ropeway, that is, no charge will be taken from them. While Rs 150 has been fixed as the fare for people between the age of 5 to 70 years, he said that all the permissions for the construction of the ropeway will be issued soon.