He also unveiled a city website named Bhubaneswar.me developed by Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) today and a promo video on the city for attracting visitors on the eve of 70th Capital Foundation Day.
"I remember the devastation caused by Super Cyclone of 1999 and how far we have come since then. Bhubaneswar has evolved as a truly global city. Our cultural heritage, warmth and hospitality of people coupled with smart, modern amenities make the capital city a unique urban experience," Patnaik said.
The logo of Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited with its vibrant colours represent a fast developing smart city in the form of a butterfly, signifying growth, motion and youthful energy.
The five colours used in this logo trace their origin to the five visions of Bhubaneswar Smart City proposal which is: livable city, eco-friendly city, child friendly city, transit-oriented city and emergence of Bhubaneswar as a regional economic hub, he said.
To promote the brand Bhubaneswar as the hub of education, sports, IT and heritage tourism, a circle has been used to creatively carve out the word HUB out of Bhubaneswar.
The Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL) has come up with its website www.smartcitybhubaneswar.gov.in, which features important aspects of BSCL, ongoing and upcoming projects and announcements.
The promotional video on Visit Bhubaneswar shows the city from a visitors perspective and is aimed at helping positioning our city as a Must See city in India, Patnaik said.
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