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Opening of Neemach Mata Mandir Ropeway to enhance connectivity in Udaipur

Udaipur is set to witness a groundbreaking era in transportation with the official opening of the Neemach Mata Mandir ropeway for commercial operations. Developed at a cost of INR 20 crores by Damodar Ropeways and Infra Ltd (DRIL), this ambitious project brings a new dimension to Udaipur’s infrastructure, providing an efficient link to the revered Neemach Mata Mandir.

Situated against the breath-taking backdrop of Fateh Sagar Lake, the Neemach Mata Mandir ropeway offers both a swift and picturesque journey to the temple. Following the success of the Savitri Mala Ropeway in Pushkar, this project marks DRIL’s second ropeway venture in Rajasthan.

Revolutionising traditional travel, the ropeway covers a distance of 429.19 meters, reducing the arduous 45-minute to an hour climb to a mere 3 minutes. Boasting 12 well-ventilated cabins with automatic doors, the ropeway has a capacity to transport 400 passengers per hour, ensuring both efficiency and comfort.

Operating from 7 am to 8 pm daily throughout January, the ropeway offers affordable round-trip tickets at Rs 185 per passenger. Employing a mono cable fixed grip system, the Neemach Mata Mandir ropeway ascends over a 500-foot elevation, promising a secure and meticulously engineered travel experience.

Highlighting its commitment to environmental consciousness, DRIL has implemented measures to minimise the project’s impact on the surrounding greenery. The grand inauguration ceremony on Monday, presided over by Gulab Chand Kataria, the Governor of Assam, marked a momentous occasion in Udaipur’s transportation landscape, bringing enhanced connectivity and accessibility to the city’s residents and visitors alike.

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