Bhopal, India – The world-famous tourist destination of Bhedaghat is set to host its first-ever indoor Laser & Multimedia Show, marking a significant milestone for Madhya Pradesh’s tourism sector. Regional MP Rakesh Singh performed the Bhumi Pujan ceremony at Bhedaghat on Friday to initiate this groundbreaking endeavor, Hitavada.
Speaking at the event, MP Singh expressed his steadfast commitment to elevating Jabalpur’s prominence as a tourism hub. He emphasized the need to introduce a laser show at renowned tourist spots like Bhedaghat to attract visitors from across India and the world. Bhedaghat, known for its stunning marble cliffs and serene landscapes, draws tourists seeking a picturesque getaway. In the past, the laser show was organized in the evening, limiting its accessibility to tourists who left Bhedaghat before nightfall. To address this limitation, the new action plan introduces an indoor laser and multimedia show that can be enjoyed throughout the day and night. This enhanced flexibility will allow tourists to witness the laser show at any time while discovering the significance of Bhedaghat and the captivating story of Maa Narmada.
MP Rakesh Singh revealed that the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board is sponsoring this indoor laser show at a cost of Rs 2 crore. The operation will be outsourced to a private agency. Expressing optimism, Singh stated that the laser show will be open to visitors within the next three months, igniting a renewed tourism vigor in Jabalpur.
Singh also shared plans for further tourism development in Bhedaghat. In addition to the indoor laser show, the construction of a Science Center and the country’s first Geological Park is in progress, with the final stages of the Detailed Project Report (DPR) underway. Once established, these attractions will integrate into international networks, attracting not only domestic tourists but also visitors from abroad to Bhedaghat.
The Bhumi Pujan ceremony for the Indoor Laser and Multimedia Show witnessed the presence of several notable individuals, including BJP’s district rural president Subhash Tiwari “Ranu,” former president of Bhedaghat city council Anil Tiwari and Mahesh Tiwari, Additional Collector Vimlesh Singh, Neeraj Singh Thakur, Chief Executive of Jabalpur Archaeology, Culture, and Tourism Council, as well as a large number of local residents.
The introduction of the state’s first indoor laser show at Bhedaghat is poised to revolutionize the tourist experience and invigorate Jabalpur’s tourism landscape. The fusion of cutting-edge technology, captivating storytelling, and the region’s natural splendor promises an unforgettable journey for visitors. As Madhya Pradesh continues to expand its tourism offerings, the Indoor Laser and Multimedia Show will undoubtedly emerge as a captivating attraction, drawing tourists from far and wide to witness the mesmerizing beauty of Bhedaghat and immerse themselves in its rich cultural heritage.