India's first Vedic theme park Ved Van All you need to know

The park's thematic essence draws inspiration from revered Indian Vedas, notably the Rig Veda, Atharva Veda, Yajur Veda, and Sama Veda.

A substantial budget of INR 27 crore was allocated for the park's creation.

The very ground on which the park now stands was previously marred by its role as a refuse dump. 

The park is artfully partitioned into seven distinct zones, each bearing the name of a renowned Vedic sage

Here is the name: Kashyap, Bharadwaj, Gautam, Atri, Vasishtha, Vishvamitra, and Agastya. The park also offers a comprehensive exposition of Indian sages.

Within the park's precincts, visitors will encounter venerable holy scriptures, meticulously displayed for contemplation.

To edify and captivate its guests, the park hosts an enthralling Vedic-themed laser exhibition.

Adorning the park's edifices are intricate depictions, vividly portraying scenes from the profound Vedas.

The park boasts an impressive repertoire of over 50,000 plants, including the esteemed kalpa vriksha, neem, and banyan varieties. 

Complementing its serene ambiance, the park features a solar-illuminated amphitheater and an open-air fitness arena.

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