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Palava Monument

Every city in the world has a monument to showcase it to the world. The monument shows the values, the culture and the history of the region. It inspires people in the region to walk on a particular path and also inspire people of other regions of the world.

There are many monuments in the world and we can see them right through the history of mankind. For example, the Pyramid of Giza was developed by the then Pharaohs ruling over Egypt. Colosseum in Italy was a fighting arena which can hold around 50,000 people at a time. Taj Mahal in India is a symbol of love which was constructed in 1600’s by the then Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

Now as we have developed into a modern society, many major metros around the world have started creating their own monument as their own symbol of culture and history. Some of the metros with this modern concept are The Statue of Liberty in New York which symbols freedom and liberty to all people in the world, Eiffel Tower in Paris which denotes innovation and modern culture, Jesus the Salvation in Rio de Janeiro which symbolizes the redemption of mankind. There are many such monuments all over the world.

In India, we have Gate Way of India in Mumbai, India Gate in Delhi, Victoria Memorial in Kolkata, Charminar in Hyderabad are some of the monuments in India. Some of them were built by Indians themselves, some were built by Mughal’s and some during the British Empire.

In the same lines Lodha Group is developing a monument in Palava City. Currently the name of the monument and other details are not disclosed by Lodha Group. The monument will come up in Sector 4 of Palava City which is named as The City Center. This monument will be an inspiration to the residents of Palava.

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