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After Ram Mandir, now this is the plan of Ayodhya, this is how global tourist hub will be built


Ram devotees are spread not only in India but all over the world. In such a situation, Avadhanagari will soon become a global tourist hub. To see this, tourists will come not only from the country but from all over the world. Many expansion plans are underway to make it a global tourist hotspot hub, the work of which will be completed soon.

After Ram Temple, Ayodhya is now ready to make its mark globally. Soon Avadhanagari Ayodhya will become a global tourist hub. To see this, tourists will come not only from the country but from all over the world. This is because the devotees who believe in Ram are spread all over the world. At the same time, Ayodhya will also be rejuvenated under the expansion plan. Apart from the Ram temple, there is a plan to install Shiva, Ganapati, Shorya and Goddess Jagdamba in the complex. At the same time, a Hanuman temple will be built next to the Ram temple complex. Let us tell you in detail how this will become a global tourist hub…

This is the future plan of Ayodhya

Recently, Treasurer of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Swami Govind Dev Giriji, in an interview to a media channel, had told about the plan ahead of Ayodhya. Many expansion plans are being made to make Ayodhya a global tourist hub. Out of this, construction of 13 new temples is included. Of these temples, six huge temples will be built inside the complex, while seven temples will be outside. He said that all the projects including the work of completing the main temple are in progress. Plans are being made to make it a global religious tourist hub. So that people from abroad can also come here.

Jefferies report estimates

Brokerage firm Jefferies has estimated in one of its reports that the grand inauguration of Ram temple in Ayodhya is likely to bring at least five crore tourists to the city every year. This number is much more than the number of devotees visiting the Golden Temple and Tirupati Temple. By spending extensively on infrastructure like airport, this city of Uttar Pradesh will develop into a major tourist centre.

According to an estimate, 3-3.5 crore people visit the Golden Temple of Amritsar every year, while 2.5-3 crore people visit the Tirupati Temple. Globally, Vatican City receives approximately 9 million tourists each year and Mecca in Saudi Arabia receives approximately 20 million tourists each year. According to Jefferies, “Religious tourism is still the largest segment of tourism in India. Many popular religious centers attract 1–3 crore tourists every year despite infrastructure constraints. Therefore, creation of a new religious tourism center (Ayodhya) with better connectivity and infrastructure can create a huge economic impact.”

Contribution of tourism expected to be 443 billion dollars

The report said that tourism contributed $ 194 billion to the GDP during the financial year 2018-19 (pre-Covid) and it is expected to grow at the rate of eight percent to $ 443 billion by the financial year 2032-33. According to reports, Phase-1 of the new airport in Ayodhya has become operational and it can handle 10 lakh passengers. The railway station has been expanded to handle 60,000 passengers daily. At present there are about 17 hotels in Ayodhya with 590 rooms. Apart from this, 73 new hotels are being built. Indian Hotels, Marriott and Wyndham have already signed agreements to build the hotel. ITC is also exploring possibilities in Ayodhya. Oyo plans to add 1,000 rooms in Ayodhya.

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