How to reach Statue of unity - World's tallest statue

#1 Nov 10th, 2018, 19:00
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Which is the nearest railway station to the Statue of Unity (coming from Mumbai)?
How far is the Statue of Unity from the nearest railway station?
More information about public transport from railway station to the Statue site and hotels will be helpful. I am planning to visit in December 3rd week.
Thanks in advance.
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Sorry for this message. I have completely forgotten how to post a message to the forum - i.e.how to ask a new question, create a new thread. I feel so lost. Can someone help?

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You posted this, so that is how it is done. As for posting new thread, there is a 'New thread' tab at the left top side of forum topics, click on it and get going.

Alternatively, wait for Statue of Intellect to be erected, but that is not happening anytime soon, or maybe never as it is in short demand, so don't bank on it. (This is just a nonsensical side banter, unrelated to your query).
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Best way to see it is to take a half tab of acid before arriving at the station..
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I thought that is was visible from every window in the world?

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if it's the world's tallest statue that you wish to see then why not wait for the one of shivaji in mumbai to be erected. much easier to get to from patna i'm sure.
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I had a quick look at the Official Website for the Statue of Unity.

There seem to be very many pictures of Mr. Modi, few of the actual statue...

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Modelling for the next one..
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Originally Posted by anar View Post if it's the world's tallest statue that you wish to see then why not wait for the one of shivaji in mumbai to be erected. much easier to get to from patna i'm sure.
Reading your post hurriedly I thought wait for the next one to be elected. While it is true we have been electing statues to our parliament these days, it's a bit too much to admit as much.
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Originally Posted by anilkv View Post . I am planning to visit in December 3rd week.
Thanks in advance.
You may want to wait a bit longer Anil. The facilities are not quite in place, I think it was a hurried job to get the inauguration done. See this post with photos -

https://twitter.com/kosha_shah11/sta...133856256?s=19
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Bring a portapotty..
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Look Anil,

Donít go there.

Sardar Vallabhai Patel didnít deserve a statue. You know why? Indians irreversibly lost a wonderful opportunity to live in any one of those whopping 500 countries that would have thrived and excelled today had he not intervened. On top of that, when the then Nawabís Rajakars were looting and raging hindu businesses, beheading hindu men and raping hindu women in Telangana, this man had sent in the army, that too against the wishes of Nehru! (The Nawab had decided to join Pakistan).Such a tyrant he was.

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Was Telengana one of those 500 countries then ? Just wondering....
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Originally Posted by nycank View Post Was Telengana one of those 500 countries then ? Just wondering....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasim_Razvi

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian...n_of_Hyderabad

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