The Venus of Dandakaranya garden has become a symbol of ‘cultural revival’
The Venus Gardens in Dandaka, Uttar Pradesh, are an urban garden that celebrates the life of a goddess.
The gardens are an integral part of the city’s urban life and are considered the epitome of a ‘cultural revitalisation’.
The gardens celebrate the life and spirit of the Goddess, Vashishtha, who is the goddess of life, wisdom, and the earth.
They have also been considered a symbol for urban rejuvenation, with people from all walks of life passing through and visiting.
The garden was established in 1929 as part of a public-private partnership that included a school, the municipal government, and a Hindu temple.
When the project was officially launched in 1971, the gardens were called the Dandarkaranya Gardens.
The gardens were designed by a group of Indian architects and sculptors.
In the past few decades, the Venus gardens have become a popular cultural landmark and a symbol to celebrate the lives of women.
According to Dandaka Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, the city has lost about 70,000 residents since the construction of the Venus Gardens began in 1929.
In 2012, the garden received an extension and was reopened in 2014.
Over the past five years, the project has received over 1.5 million visitors and has attracted a number of artists from across the world.
One of the gardens, the Vertical Garden, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
This garden is located in the center of DANDAKARAPUR and is named after the goddess.
The Venus Garden has been called the epitom of a city that is alive and growing.
Its gardens are also an integral piece of the urban landscape and a place to celebrate and reflect the life, spirituality and beauty of the goddess who is revered by millions of people.
Source: The Hindu