New Delhi's revamped Central Vista Avenue to be named Kartavya Path
India’s capital, New Delhi, is all set to get a revamped Central Vista Avenue, which would transform the entire look of the city.
NEW DELHI: India's capital, New Delhi, is all set to get a revamped Central Vista Avenue, which would transform the entire look of the city.
Filled with green parks, water fountains, red-granite walkways and food stalls, the Central Vista will have round-the-clock security and will be the latest tourist attraction in the country.
The Avenue, which extends from the Rashtrapati Bhawan to the India Gate, is also used for the Republic Day parade and various other ceremonial functions.
On September 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would inaugurate the entire stretch, which was renovated under the Centre's Central Vista redevelopment project.
The Centre decided to rename Rajpath and Centre Vista lawns, stretching from the Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate, as 'Kartavya Path'.