The cable car will be called ‘Paat Rani’ or Jute Queen, and simply like that, it would consolidate two notorious resources of the state in a climate well disposed bundle.
Kolkata’s two notorious resources for be turned out in one bundle this Diwali! This Diwali, the West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBTC) will divulge an exceptional cable car that it has chosen to run, as per an IE report.
The cable car will be called ‘Paat Rani’ or Jute Queen, and simply like that, it would join two famous resources of the state in a climate inviting bundle – jute and cable car, the report cited Rajanvir Singh Kapur, Managing Director of WBTC, as saying.
In the cable car, the jute items made by Presidency and Dum restorative homes detainees would be shown.
These items have been made under an activity, called ‘Jute Story Beyond Bars’, taken by the Rakshak Foundation, which works with detainees in these restorative offices, with the help of the Directorate of Correctional Services in the state.
The detainees, through this activity, make rich and glorious items made of jute, in the wake of being prepared by the establishment in workshops.
With that, the convicts metamorphosise into craftsmans who make global quality items.
The report cited an official as saying that the Paat Rani is a push to make individuals mindful that jute is eco-accommodating, feasible and biodegradable.
It likewise means to advance the utilization of the texture by exhibiting the assortment of plans and way in which jute can be remembered for current life, with an end goal to break the since quite a while ago held discernment about restricted utilization of the texture.
While exhibiting the items, the cable car would likewise have a running discourse talking about the rich legacy of Kolkata alongside giving the travelers a treat with conventional Bengali music.
To guarantee that the travelers don’t need to abandon food, the cable car would likewise incorporate a bistro for bites and squeezes, the report added.
The report added that authorities at the Kolkata Tramways trust that this uncommon activity would bring to the more youthful age a time of the past when cable cars were critical to the public transportation in the city, while likewise inspiring a feeling of wistfulness among the individuals.