UP braces up for Ram Temple unveiling with ‘Modi & Yogi Visions’

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The prime minister will be inaugurating projects worth Rs 1,11,000 crore in Ayodhya on Saturday ahead of the inauguration of the Ram Temple on January 22 next year.

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By Our Special Correspondent

Lucknow, December 28: Uttar Pradesh is racing against time to execute the grand plans for the inauguration of the Ram Temple on January 22. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be unveiling a number of projects in Ayodhya on Saturday.

Modi will be unveiling airport and the railway station in Ayodhya. He will also be flagging off a slew of premium branded trains, including Vande Bharat. Besides, Modi will also inaugurate four roads connecting various corners of Uttar Pradesh with Ayodhya. The prime minister will be inaugurating projects worth Rs 1,11,000 crore in Ayodhya on Saturday ahead of the inauguration of the Ram Temple on January 22 next year.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath presided over a review meeting ahead of the visit of the prime minister in Ayodhya. The Chief Minister’s Office said in a statement that “in anticipation of the rising influx of global tourists ahead of the consecration program for Lord Ram on January 22, the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA) is actively working on the creation of a modern Tent City, aligning with the vision of CM Yogi.”

Oy also stated: “These tent cities of ADA offer luxury and semi-luxury suites designed for double occupancy, providing devotees with an opportunity to immerse themselves in the harmonious blend of mythological and modern Ayodhya amidst the serenity of nature. Tent cities are becoming a medium for thousands of devotees to stay in ‘new-grand Ayodhya’.”

The CMO said that the UP government is bracing up to make arrangements amid possibility that lakhs of devotees from all over the country and the world will flock to Ayodhya for the consecration ceremony. The CMO said: “In view of this, as per the wish of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, tent cities have been developed at various places by Shri Ram Mandir Teerth Kshetra Trust and Ayodhya Development Authority.”

A tent city is being established on 20-acre land at Majha Guptar Ghat to accommodate thousands of devotees. Another tent city is being set up near Brahma Kund with 35 tents. Additionally, a tent city with 30 tents is being established at Ram Katha Park. Furthermore, a 25-acre tent city is being established at Bag Bijaisi by the Tirth Kshetra Trust, providing accommodation for thousands of people. In addition to these, tent cities are also being set up in Karsewakpuram and Sri Maniram Das Chavni for the convenience of devotees.

The CMO also said: “In these tent cities that give the feel of ‘Heritage Cottage Stay’, devotees will get to taste all the flavours of the country, but the most distinctive ones will be the Awadhi and Banarasi flavours. ADA has developed the tent city established in Brahma Kund and Ram Katha Park through private partnership. The tent city at Brahma Kund has been operational since December 1. Devotees staying here will be served millet dishes, makki ki roti, sarson ka saag, and seasonal vegetables.”

Additionally, a variety of local dishes, including Bajra Roti and other recipes, Matar Ka Nimona, Bati-Chokha and Moong Khichdi will also be served. Health-conscious people will also get the facility of detox water. Wooden deck-based tents will have luxurious interiors and other amenities

The CMO said: “People staying in the wooden deck-based tents will have all facilities, including comfortable chairs, sofas, dining lounges, personal vaults, room heaters, air conditioning, high-speed internet, and luxurious interiors. Here, people will also have the convenience of a bonfire, an open-air theatre for cultural events, and a souvenir shop. These tents are durability-based and can be operated for up to 10 years after installation.”

In view of the upcoming Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ramlala on January 22, the Yogi government has deployed the Water Police personnel in Ayodhya to ensure proper management of the devotee crowd, provide guidance, and promptly address any untoward situations.

It is noteworthy that after Varanasi, Prayagraj and Mirzapur, Ayodhya is the fourth city where water police have been deployed at the ghats for the safety of devotees.

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