Ayodhya was supposed to celebrate Diwali by lighting 5 lakh dung lamps. But in fact more than 64,000 lamps were lit. The city of Ram took place in the Guinness Book of World Records with 5 lakh 64 thousand lamps burning on the shores of Sarju.
After more than 500 years of controversy, it has finally come to an end. The foundation stone of the Ram temple has been laid in the birthplace of Ram after the verdict of the Supreme Court. So this time Diwali is different for the people of Ayodhya. The city of Ayodhya is abuzz with folk dances, Ramlila performances on tabloids and millions of lamps on the banks of the Sarju.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel were present on the occasion. This festival has been celebrated in accordance with all the corona rules. It is said that on the day Ramchandra set foot in the kingdom after 14 years of exile, this city on the banks of the Saryu was lit up. Putting an end to the 500-year-old controversy, the construction of the temple is like Rama's return to his kingdom once again. And Ayodhya has become a part of his celebration.
Incidentally, the government of Yogi Adityanath is going to build a huge tourist area around the Ram temple in Ayodhya. The master plan has already been prepared. In addition to the international standard airport, there will be multiple facilities including 4 lane bypass.
After winning the election and sitting in the masnad of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has performed one big event after another on the soil of Ayodhya. Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir 6 is going to be built there He has planned to decorate the city around that temple. He wants to develop Ayodhya as a modern Vedic city.
It is known that a huge Ram temple can be located in Ayodhya. Which could become the largest in the world. The Yogi government has made the bird's eye view of the tourists visiting the city of Ayodhya from the temple. He has already started several projects hand in hand with the Center. Work on the double line of the railway is also going on till Ayodhya keeping in mind the additional tourists of the future. Beautification work is also going on at the station.
In addition, several roads are being built around Ayodhya. A 4-lane road is being constructed up to Sultanpur, connecting the airport. A proposal to build a bypass to Ayodhya Dham has been submitted. A four-lane road from Bareilly to Ayodhya will also be constructed at a cost of Tk 1,500 crore.
Hundreds of crores of rupees will be spent on modern renovation of Punyatoya Saryu river. Besides, Dasharath Mahal, Satsanga Bhavan, Passenger Assistance Center and Night Shelter are being constructed.