The 47.5 km long river Dravyavati has long laid in abandon, ever since the fateful floods of 1981. However, the river which originates in Jaisalya and flows over the Amber hills and through the pink city, has now received a fresh lease of live. The JDA has been responsible for cleaning up the river, around which Jaipur is located, and for beautifying it once again.
On their way to Kota, to inaugurate GRAM 201, the Union Minister of Urban Development M Venkaiah Naidu and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, surveyed the ongoing project. The aerial images provide a sneak peek into the massive facelift the city of Jaipur is set to experience. The project, managed by TATA is slated to complete in October of 2018, and is being touted as a major tourist attraction. The project is also expected to reform the air quality and environment of Jaipur, a positive step towards controlling pollution.
— M Venkaiah Naidu (@MVenkaiahNaidu) May 24, 2017 ">