Mystery ranches, in India, are an increasingly popular attraction in the country.

Many people in India enjoy visiting them, and are hoping to win the 2019 World Series, with an estimated population of around 100,000 people.

In the case of Rajasthan’s Mystery Ranch, the Indian government has invested in a replica stadium, the Rajasanth Stadium, in the state capital of Lucknow.

In a bid to raise funds for the project, the government also donated Rs. 10 crore to the project.

The project will be inaugurated in 2021, and the entire stadium will be built from scratch.

The park, located on a plot of land around 300 meters from the Mumbai Metro, is an attraction for locals and visitors alike.

The facility is being constructed as part of the Rs. 7.9 crore plan to renovate the existing park, which has an estimated capacity of 40,000 to 60,000 visitors.

The Rs. 5 crore project will create jobs for locals, while also helping the government to make it more attractive to visitors, said Rajesh Ranganathan, the head of the Rajashthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC), the project’s owner.

“It’s a great project that will boost the local economy, it will create a lot of jobs for local people and also increase tourism,” Ranganath said.

A replica stadium was installed at the park, in which the Indian team will play their matches.

In 2018, the state government funded Rs. 15 crore to complete the stadium.

It will be a replica of the existing stadium, with seats for 40,500 spectators, a seating area of 5,000, a stadium-like playing surface, a concession stand, and a VIP area.

The construction is being done at a cost of about Rs. 1.4 crore.

“This project is part of a larger plan for the state to invest in the entire park, including the stadium,” said Rajendra Singh, the deputy director of RTDC.

“The government has spent over Rs. 4 crore on this project and will spend another Rs. 2.5 crore to finish it,” Singh added.

“All this is part and parcel of our long-term plan to modernize and upgrade the state’s parks and public spaces.”