Vaishno Devi-Bhairon Nath Mandir Ropeway Opens For Good


Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Monday initiated a cutting edge ropeway venture at Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine. Presently, the pioneers, particularly the elderly, visiting the Holy Cave Shrine will have the capacity to pay deference at Bhairon ji Temple, which generally required a lofty move to an elevation of 6600 ft, with no trouble.

Malik, who is additionally the executive of the holy place board, e-introduced the multi-crore Bhawan-Bhairon traveler ropeway yesterday. “The Governor exhorted the Shrine Board to find a way to make the ropeway benefit bother free. He especially underscored the safeguard and alleviation part of the ropeway which, as per the Governor, ought to be of global models,” said the announcement.

The announcement included that the venture cost around Rs 85 crore and has a conveying limit of 800 people for every hour. “The Ropeway will likewise diminish the movement time of the restricted voyage among Bhawan and Bhairon Temple from one hour to pretty much three minutes.”

“The Board has chosen to charge an exceptionally sponsored forward and backward ticket of Rs 100 for each traveler to empower the greatest number of pioneers to profit of this office,” included the announcement.

“The Bhawan-Bhairon Passenger Ropeway Project has been executed by a consortium of M/s Garaventa AG, Switzerland and M/s Damodar Ropeways Construction Co. (P) Ltd, Kolkata, under the consultancy and generally supervision of M/s RITES Ltd. The electromechanical segments and lodges of the ropeway have been foreign from Switzerland. The Passenger Ropeway System has been completely furnished with all security standards according to important norms and code,” the announcement said.


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