Top 10 biggest mega project of the India.

Top 10 biggest mega project of the India.

Top 10 mega projects of the India


Top 10 biggest mega project of the India.| In the new era of modernization, development of mega projects have become necessary to every country. The Mega Projects change the over look and the technology of any country. Recently India have also stated some mega projects that are only be in India. All these projects make the India such a amazing country in the world. The projects are costly some it also take time to passed fr

But, do you know about these project? 

As we are going to take a look of India’s biggest mega projects that are accepted to be completed before 2025. om the parliament and looking that all these projects could complete before 2025, that is the best thing of these projects. 

1.Jewar International Airport

Jewar international Airport or Noida Airport is a proposed to be construction in Jewar ( 56 kilo meter from Noida) in Gatum Budh Nagar, a district of Uttar Pradesh. This is a modern airport of a India and after competed it will become the India’s biggest airport. It is implementing of this project is given to Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA). It is a Public Private Partnership (PPP).  IT is planned to expand into a 7200-acre 6-runway. It is expected that the airport will handle about 5 million people per day. It is operated by Zurich Airport Group. After competed it will become the world’s seventh Airport that is the best thing of this projects. The total budget of this Airport is 2000 crore.

2. Chenab Bridge

 The Chenab Bridge is an Indian Railway steel and concrete arch bridge under constructions between bakkal and kauri in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir in India. When completed, the bridge will span the Chenab River at a height of 359 m above the river , making the world’s highest rail bridge. In November 2017 the base support were declared completed allowing for the start of the construction of the main arch. Its total length is about 1315m, and have total 17 span. This project was declared a national project in 2002. It is directed by the Northern Railway. The extraordinary challenge lies in a large number of tunnels( totalling 63 km in length) and the bridge (7.5 km).

3. Dwarka Expressway

Dwarka expressway is a 27.6 km long under construction, 8-lane, controlled-access highway connecting Dwarka in Delhi and Gurugram in Haryana. The expressway will take off from 20 km of NH-48 at Shiv Murti in Mahipalpur in Delhi and terminate at 40 Km of NH-49 near Kherki Daula Toll Plaza in Gurugram in Harayana. It will link Delhi and Haryana. Entire project, costing 7500 crore and was planned in 2006, contract was awarded on 2011. Of original 18 km project, 14 km were completed by 2016. Several more kilometre project as an extension. It was once delayed once due to NHAI’s need for the land from DDA to transplant 13000 trees from the route alignment, which in November 2018 by Delhi CM house. It make the best and easy travel from the Harayana and Delhi.

4. Lord Shiva statue

After erecting Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s Statue of Unity in Gujarat; India is set to inaugurate the world’s largest Shiva Statue . According to the report doing rounds of these days, while the statue of Unity is 597ft, this statue is just 351ft in height. It is also among the  mega projects of India. The World’sa will witness a grand Shiva idol in the pilgrimage town of Nathdwara in Rajasthan. It is told that 85% of this statue is rready in November 2018, while renaming work was being completed all this time. After competed it will become , World’ s fourth tallest statue that is also a good thing of this statue. It was assigned by Miraj Group of project building of this statue and about 750 workman had been employed in constructing the statue. It total cost will apperae to be 175 crore and it will cover about 35000 sq. meters of area.

5. Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway

Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway is an under construction 701 Km long, 8 lane expressway, connecting two capital cities of Maharashtra i.e. Mumbai and Nagpur. The expressway will run through 10 districts, 26 tehsils, and 390 villages in the state and is expected to cut travel time between the two cities to 8 hrs. The project is expected to cost 46000 crore and require the acquisition of 8603 hectares of land. 
The state government also planned to build a townships along the route which will include state of art healthcare facilities skill management centres, IT parks and educational institutions. A total of 20820 hectares will acquired for this projects in that 8520 will used for expressway, while 10800 hectares will used for township planning. It is accepted to be completed in 2022.

6. Mumbai Trans Harbour Link

Mumbai Trans Harbour Link is an under construction sea bridge freeway grade road bridge. It’s total lenght is 21.8km and after completed it will become India’a longest sea bridge.  It will connect Navi Mumbai and Mumbai. The road will link Mumbai Pune  expressway in the east and to the proposed western freeway in the east. The sea link will link contain 6-lane highway, which will be 27m width , in addition to emergency exit lanes, edge strip and crash barrier.
It is owned by MMDRA and preceded by Vashi Bridge. It is constructed by Larsen and toubro, IHI corp. , Daewoo E&C, Tata Projects limited. It total cost of construction is 2.0billion dollars and about opening of 2023. The project was started in 2017. It look like it will make its own name in the world to represent India in the world.

7. Sabarmati Riverfront

Sabarmati Riverfornt is a waterfornt being developed along the bank of Sabarmati river in Ahmedabad, India. It was proposed in the 1960s, the construction began in 2005. Since 2012, the waterfall is gradually opened to public as and when facilites are constructed and various facilities are actively under construction. The major objectives of project are environment improvement, social infrastructural and sustainable development. It will mpement by HCP design. It will also plan and management by HCP which is led by Bimal Patel. It’s developer is Sabarmati River Front Development Corporation Limited. It total cost is 1152 Crore Indian rupees and total size is 202.79 hectares.

7. Surat Diamond Borse 

Surat Diamond Bourse is an upcoming world biggest diamond exchange located at Khajod DREAM city, Surat in Gujarat state of India. Office under this project range between 300ft to 75000sq ft, total number of office is 4200+ and construction area 6600000sq ft total area. It was founded on 2010. Project will be ready by Dec. 2020. It is implemented by PSP Projects Ltd. The Surat Diamond bourse is not a profit organisation promoted by SBD Diamond Bourse, a companies Act, 2013 and formed for establishment & promotion of diamond bourse at Surat, Gujarat. 
The Objective to developed are –
  • To promote imports, exports and trading of Diamond, Gems & Jewellery from India.
  • To provide state of art infrastructural to the organization engaged in manufacturing & trading of Diamonds.
  • To promote advance, protect and develop trade, commerce and industry relating to Gems & Jewellery including cutting, polishing and processing.
  • To establish and maintaining an international trading center in India to facilitate Diamond, Gems & Jewellery industry.
  • To develop India as a modern and Sophisticated Diamond, Gems & Jewellery market in the world.

9. Namaste Tower

Namaste Tower is a 316m tall skyscrapers currently under construction in Mumbai, India. It will be a mixed-use skyscrappers with 63 floors that will house a 380 room W hotel, office and retail space. It has been designed by Atkins Dubai.  The design resembles the namaste gesture: two wings of the hotel are clasped together like hands greeting. It is just represent India like Burj Khalifa represent Dubai, UAE.
It is located in Lower Parel, Mumbai. It’s consruction was  started in 2011 and estimated to be completed in 2022. Its total floor area is 116000sq. meter. This developed by Jaguar Build con. The building skin has an intricate design on it, resembling Mehendi that make it more cultural, innovating and attractive. No matters it is going to be the best skycrappers in India; and also the world.

10. Umiya Mata Temple

Umiya Mata Temple is a temple of mata Umiya, Kuldevi of patidars. It is located in the center of Ahmedabad Gujarat. Umiya Mata temple is the biggest and the largest temple of the India. It is likely to be inaugurated on January 30 or during the first week of February. This project nearly costs Rs. 1000 crore. There is going to be stone laying ceremony where millions devotees are going to attend. The projects will have a non-resident of India guest house, a convention hall, boys/girls hostel, senior citizen care facilities, medical facilities, many more. It is likely to be completed in 2025.
Its trustees of Umiya Mata temple is Vishwa Umiya Foundation (VUF). The temple will be 131 meter high and spread across 100 bighas of land. There will be three galleries at 82, 90 and 110 metre height. By that the tourist can see the surrounding of Ahmedabad. It is design is jointly created by and Indian and a German architect.

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