Noida: India’s first Vedic theme park will be open to all by next month. It will have wall painting and laser shows on the Vedas.
99% of the work in Ved Van Park is complete and will open to the public in June. Ved Van Park was established on 12 acres in Sector 78 of Noida. The project started in January 2021 but got delayed due to the pandemic. The park would be split into seven zones named by the scholars (PANDITS) of the Vedic era, like Kashyap, Bharadwaj, Gautam, Atri, Vasishtha, Vishvamitra, and Agastya. Information about Indian scholars and the sacred scriptures is displayed.
Vandana Tripathi, an officer on special duty at the Noida Authority, pointed out that this area used to be a dump yard. The Noida Authority carries out a considerable effort to transform it into a park. She further stated that the final phase of work is going on, work on sculptures is almost done, and soon the park will be ready for the public.
One of the biggest highlights of the park will be the painting and laser shows, which will show excerpts from the four Vedas (Rigveda, Atharvaveda, Yajurveda, and Samaveda). 50,000 plants mentioned in Vedic literature, such as banyan, kalpavriksha, coconut, and neem, have been planted in the park. The park has an open gym and an amphitheatre.