Bareilly has got its Much-awaited “jhumka”. Union Minister and local MP Santosh Gangwar introduced a 14-feet high replicate at the zero-point on federal highway
200 Kilograms Jhumka embedded using stones and was installed from the Parsakhera area on Saturday and adorned from the town’s famed ‘zari’ embroidery.
However, There’s not any connection between bareilly and jhumka. The tune comes from the 1966 movie “Mera Saaya”, but is still recalled even 54 decades after.
The jhumka make Bareilly town popular, even today many tourists coming here look for the jhumka.
We have people coming and requesting in Bareilly are no different from those jhumkas and we do not have the heart to tell them jhumkas. We consistently keep jhumkas in distinct designs because we don’t wish to disappoint our tourist,” said P. K. Agarwal, a community jeweller.
The Bareilly Road block was hit times by the project before shooting a form.
Inaugurating the Jhumka, Union Minister Santosh Gangwar said: “The collaborative attempt created by the authority, various businesses and local residents in putting from the demanding jhumka at Bareilly is commendable. It appears unique and amazing. Visitors will finally be able to connect the milestone jhumka in Bareilly with all the song”
The job includes cost the BDA approximately INR 18 Lakh — INR 8 lakh for INR 10 lakh, to its beautification of the scene surrounding the arrangement and its jhumka.
Especially, no Government money was useful for the undertaking, even when it confronted fund crunch repeatedly, ” said the BDA officials.
BDA Vice-chairperson Divya Mittal said:”The jhumka has been postponed for several unavoidable factors. The beautiful endeavor can be a collaborative endeavor one of Rohilkhand Medical College, Bareilly International University and few other businesses, and local residents, who helped the BDA with funds in giving the shape to the demanding project that will be considered a landmark”
The place, Decoration, design and several different things were picked by the jurisdiction, Which employed skilled artisans, that worked faithfully ensuring that the jhumka