Botanical Garden Nashik brings Tata to the City
This morning I had a heartfelt day start!!!! While passing through the Mumbai-Agra highway, my eyes were caught to the Pandav Caves. You surely must be thinking the reason. It was RATAN TATA, the most renounced businessman visiting the botanical garden Nashik developed by the MNS ruled Nashik Municipal Corporation.
Ratan Tata being in Botanical Garden Nashik
After his contribution in Hi-Tech Kumb Mela, he has now bestowed help for Nashik Botanical Garden. His purpose of coming up there was to have a look at the Jawaharlal Nehru forest. This was funded by Tata Foundation. The Botanical Garden is located at the base of Pandavleni Caves, on the Mumbai-Agra Highway.
MNS president Raj Thackeray had initiated the proposal of the garden. For the inauguration of the garden, he had welcomed the businessman icon who was present with Mayor Ashok Murtadak, deputy Mayor Gurmit Singh Bagga, officials of Tata Foundation as well the civic body. In a mini car, they were taken to have a glimpse of the new garden.
And Tata’s comment “impressed” said it all about the botanical garden and gave a new shining era to Nashik city.
At the same time office bearers of Nashik Industries and Manufacturers Association (NIMA) took an advantage of Tata being here. Without loosing any opportunity they yearned him for the further investments for the potential growth of the city. They also arbitrated to set the ball rolling on the procedure of the Ojhar airport. The project was initiated two years back, about which you people must have already read.
Apart, from all the above stories, here comes one more place that contributes to the Places that should be visited in Nashik City. Move out of your house and have a look at the recent botanical garden Nashik simply the way I did.
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