We collect a revenueof around Rs 7,00 to Rs 8,000 every month from the binoculars,” he added.- Shivendra Urs
The government has so far collected Rs 16,33,419 from the binoculars.Initially, people could take in the sight of Mysuru from Chamundi Hills from 7.30am to 5pm.
“Collection from the binoculars rise appreciably during weekends and holidays.
However, a little over 10 months later, the authorities concerned have managed to recover their installation cost, with the cash registers ringing unstoppably since their installation.
However, in the wake of the overwhelming response to the initiative, the authorities concerned extended the deadline to 8pm.Deputy director of the tourism department, Mysuru, HP Janardhan is understandably elated with the response to the initiative.
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