Interesting facts about the Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity Facts -

9 interesting facts about the Statue of Unity (world's tallest statue).
Statue of Unity
Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity Facts

  1. Naturalistic and traditionally correct illustration of Sardar Patel carrying his characteristic clothes and assumptive a walking stance.
  2. Iron collected through the 'Loha' campaign are liquified, regenerate into rebar, and utilized in the inspiration of the statue.
  3. Viewing gallery at 153 m, can accommodate up to 200 visitors will offer an expansive view of the dam and environs.
  4. 5.700 Metric ton of structural steel and 18,500 Metric ton of reinforcement bars to be used to build the statue.
  5. Robust structural strength to withstand wind velocity up to 60 m/sec, vibrations and earthquakes.
  6. Core structural system comprises two semi-joined, composite concrete cylindrical cores, surrounded by a structural steel space frame to support the exterior cladding.
  7. The three-story base will comprise a memorial garden and a large continuous Exhibit hall developed as an Edutainment attraction, focusing on the life and accomplishments of Sardar Patel.
  8. The Shrestha Bharat Bhavan is designed to be a 128-key, 3-star hotel facility with food service, guest amenities, and conference facilities.
Statue of Unity, the world’s tallest statue, is being engineered close to Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat, India. This sculpture is a tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, additionally referred to as the ‘Iron Man of India’, World Health Organization was one in all the instauration Fathers of the Republic of India. The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, ordered the muse stone for the sculpture of Unity on October 31, 2013. The statue of Unity is completed in 2018.
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