Most of the work has been completed, just the finishing touches are required.
Entry fee is likely to be around 100 rupees.
Bharat Darshan Park, Delhi, having replicas of 21 Indian monuments will open by October. Earlier the park was to have 17 replicas only but later it was decided to add the chaar-dhaams as well.
The park is being developed by South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) in Punjabi Bagh over 8.5 acres of land. The work is almost under completion. Entry fee for the park is expected to be around 100 rupees.
The officials said that the park is being developed on the lines of Waste to Wonder Park and all the monuments have been built from scrap material from vehicles.
The Bharat Darshan Park will include replicas of the Gateway of India, the Khajuraho Temple, the Konark Temple, the Hawa Mahal, the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, the Ruins of Hampi and Nalanda, the Mysore Palace, the Charminar, the Sanchi Stupa, the Gol Gumbaz, the Junagarh Fort and the Chaar Dhaam - Temples of Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Jagannath Puri and Dwarka.
A good footfall is expected at the park; hence adequate arrangements of parking will be made. A solar energy plant of 110 Kilowatt will also be installed in the park. The replicas will be illuminated with decorative lights and the park will have a children's play area, fountains, ponds, cafeteria and an amphitheatre for cultural events.