At Jay Mangalam Cements, our commitment to superior quality and unwavering customer assurance has allowed us to contribute to numerous remarkable projects in Nepal. Today, we proudly introduce the Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project, a National Pride Project in the Kailali district. This ambitious project is vital in enhancing agricultural prosperity by providing a reliable irrigation system to a vast command area. We are honored to have our high-quality cement products utilized in this significant endeavor.
Unveiling the Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project:
The Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project holds an incremental history with multiple phases, each contributing to the project’s expansive reach and impact. Its roots trace back to 1953 BS, when Rani Padam Kumari Shah initiated the project with a command area of 4,000 hectares, aptly named Rani Kulo Pranali. In 1960 BS, Dhundi Raj Sahi further expanded the command area by 3,700 hectares, christening it to Jamara Kulo Pranali. Another significant expansion came in 1972 BS, as Madhu Mahato added 3,300 hectares under Kulriya Kulo Pranali. Finally, in 2066 BS, the project was honored with the prestigious title of a National Pride Project, aiming to develop a comprehensive canal system that covers an extensive command area of 20,300 hectares, alongside constructing an agricultural road.
Jay Mangalam Cements’ Contribution:
As a leading cement manufacturer, we take immense pride in our role within the Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project. Our products undergo a rigorous testing cycle, ensuring uncompromised quality and reliability before reaching any construction site. The project’s success relies on durable and high-strength materials, making our specialized cement the perfect fit. Our state-of-the-art production facility, equipped with cutting-edge technology and an unwavering commitment to excellence, guarantees that our cement will stand the test of time.
Impacting Agricultural Prosperity:
The Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project is set to revolutionize agricultural practices in the Kailali district and beyond. By providing a reliable water supply to the vast command area, farmers will be empowered to cultivate their lands efficiently and effectively. This transformative project will boost agricultural productivity and uplift local livelihoods, creating sustainable economic growth in the region.
Jay Mangalam Cements is honored to participate in the Rani Jamara Kulariya Irrigation Project, contributing to developing Nepal’s agricultural landscape. With our unwavering commitment to superior quality and the use of high-strength cement, we are confident that the project will stand as a testament to our dedication and expertise. Together, let us celebrate the power of transformative infrastructure and its positive impact on communities and the nation as a whole.