Seven Wonders of the World now in Warangal!
Imagine all the Seven Wonders of the World at one place and for just Rs 30 to get a glimpse of them. Thanks to the Bengaluru-based Seven Wonder Entertainment Consumer Exhibition has come up with amazing fakes of seven of the world’s most intriguing wonders here at the Hayagreevachary Grounds.
Warangal: Imagine all the Seven Wonders of the World at one place and for just Rs 30 to get a glimpse of them. Thanks to the Bengaluru-based Seven Wonder Entertainment Consumer Exhibition has come up with amazing fakes of seven of the world’s most intriguing wonders here at the Hayagreevachary Grounds.
This summer is not all that boring for the kids who were closeted to their homes due to scorching heat wave as they had a pretext to venture out and have fun at the exhibition where replicas of the Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower,
the Great Wall of China, Roman Colosseum, Empire State Building of New York, Christ the Redeemer, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Egyptian Pyramid made of a variety of materials including plaster of Paris, plywood, steel, fibre, bamboo etc on display.
However, not so elegant in their appearance, the replicas are worth watching. It took the management more than a fortnight to erect the replicas with no less 250 people working round-the-clock. Alongside the wonders, a lot of other events –
Giant wheel, Ranger, Swing hit, Revolving tower, Dragon train, Dashing car etc have also been erected for the children to enjoy. The fare has over 100 stalls offering various products, food courts. “The fare is not just fun and frolic, but the knowledge it imparts is colossal,” Srinivas Reddy, who along with his daughter Rasagna visited the facility, said.
Speaking to The Hans India, the exhibition manager L Bharat Reddy said: “We have been in the exhibition cum amusement industry for over three decades. As of now, there are three such shows are going on in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Calicut.”
Apart from the special attraction of the seven wonders, the fare also offers some exclusive recipes like Shimla bajji and papad. The stalls have some exclusive range of garments such as Bengal Handloom and dress material and other items like domestic flour mills.