Prakash Punj will be ready in December.

Prakash Punj is being built by the state tourism department near Guru Ka Bagh in Patna City . The facility includes Prakash Kendra, a museum, and a theme-based park .

Patna, India: The state-of-the-art Prakash Punj, which is being built by the state tourism department near Guru Ka Bagh in Patna City, is expected to be open by December this year, according to Harbhans Singh, secretary of the Takht Sri Harmandir Ji Prabandhak Committee.The facility, which includes Prakash Kendra, a museum, and a theme-based park, is being designed for a cost of Rs 54.16 crore.The multi-purpose building will be constructed on 10-acres of land and will have four entrance gates, named after Guru Gobind Singh's sons Ajit Singh Dwar, Fateh Singh Dwar, Jujhar Singh Dwar, and Zorawar Singh Dwar.The theme-based park will feature Guru Gobind Singh's life and work.