PUNE: The State Government of Gujarat has donated Rs 5 Cr to Shivsrushti, a mega historical theme park being developed in Narhe-Ambegaon based on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj conceptualized by Late Padma Vibhushan Shivshahir Babasaheb Purandare and developed by the Maharaja Shivchhatrapati Pratishthan. The donation will be utilized in developing the second phase of the upcoming project. Vineet Kuber; Trustee of the Maharaja Shivchhatrapati Pratishthan accepted this donation in the form of a cheque from Chief Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel at the Chief Minister’s residence in the presence of special invitees.
Dignitaries like Gujarat’s Minister of Forest and Environment Mulu Bera, Minister of Gujarat Tourism Sourabh Pardhi, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s senior volunteer Sandeep Jadhav were present on the occasion.
Giving more information about the same, Vineet Kuber said, “Chief Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel had already expressed his wish to extend support to this historical theme park being built in Maharashtra in the form of Shivsrushti. He handed over a cheque of Rs 5 Crore to the foundation at the Chief Minister’s residence today. During this meeting, an urging invitation on behalf of the foundation was extended to Chief Minister Patel to visit Shivsrushti.”
“This donation will be utilized in the development of the second phase of Shivsrushti including the Goddess Bhavani Temple in Pratapgad, Rangmandal, Gangasagar, etc. It will also have a hall that would provide detailed information about the progress towards the concept of ‘Swarajya’ in the last 350 years, including the restoration of temples, the work done by the next generations, etc”, Kuber further added. He also informed that the foundation would put in all efforts to finish the formation of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Rajsabha as well.