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Script for light, sound show at Samaleswari in a month

Script for the proposed light and sound show at Samaleswari temple here will be ready within one month.

Published: 10th February 2020 05:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th February 2020 11:20 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

SAMBALPUR: Script for the proposed light and sound show at Samaleswari temple here will be ready within one month.Samaleswari Temple Trust Board president Sanjay Baboo said the script for the show is being prepared by the Head of Department (HoD) of History department, Sambalpur University Biswajit Pradhan. The script of half-an-hour duration, will be prepared in Odia, Hindi and English.

The consultancy firm, selected for the project, has already prepared the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the light and sound show, which will be held on the temple premises, as announced by the State Government in October 2017. The Government had sanctioned `7 crore for the project.

While the show in Odia is intended for visitors from within the State, the use of the other two languages is aimed to educate tourists from outside Odisha and abroad on the history of Sambalpur and the shrine.
Balram Dev, the first Chauhan King of Sambalpur, had constructed the temple in the 16th century. The temple, constructed in proto-Nagara style, is located on the banks of Mahanadi river and attracts thousands of devotees and tourists from across the State, besides neighbouring Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
District Tourist Officer Hemanta Pradhan said the technical tender for execution of the project will be floated after preparation of the script.

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