Noida to get its first Musical Fountain in Biodiversity Park

Noida has opened its first musical fountain on 6th October 2020 for the public in Sector 91 of Biodiversity Park which is located near the Noida- Greater Noida Expressway of Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. The cost of making of musical fountain is around 4.4 crore pounds.

The Biodiversity Park is spread over a 75-acre green area and it will be the city’s largest park when completed. The authority has planted 4,322 traditional trees, including neem, Jamun, banyan, and mango, along with 19,625 ornamental trees.

According to the reports, the entry of visitors will be free of cost. Only 75 visitors will be allowed to see the musical fountain considering social distancing because of the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country. A music and sound show will be organized in the evening daily.

BJP MP, Dr. Mahesh Sharma was present at the inauguration ceremony and congratulated the CEO of Noida and shared the video of a musical fountain on twitter and tweeted that, “What a confluence of light, sound, and water.”

A show was organized as an inauguration ceremony on 5th October 2020. Along with it, patriotic songs were played for visitors.

Noida MLA Pankaj Singh was present at the event and expressed his happiness that the project lies in his area. He expressed his hope of seeing all kinds of facilities in Noida in the future and wanted to see this kind of project in Dubai and Singapore also.

On this matter, Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari said that “Noida’s first musical fountain will open for the people at Biodiversity Park of Sector 91 at 7 pm on 6th October 2020. No entry fees will be charged from visitors but a few people will be allowed to enter.”

General manager of Noida authority, Rajiv Tyagi said that patriotic songs will be played and stories of legendary personalities who played role in the field of art, history, health, politics, and social service will be discussed.

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