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The development of the Bhraman Path, a road project in Ayodhya that will link the Saryu with the Ram temple, has received approval from the Uttar Pradesh government. The project is comparable to Varanasi’s Kashi Vishwanath corridor.

The project will be funded with 24 crore by the state government, and contractors will be chosen through an electronic procurement process. For worshipers, the road will offer a more practical path to the Ram temple. Ayodhya will also get a lotus fountain project that would be finished by the end of the next year.

The Bhraman Path, which will link the Saryu with the Ram shrine in Ayodhya, has been approved by the Uttar Pradesh government. The idea was conceptualized along the lines of a passageway linking the Ganga with Varanasi’s Kashi Vishwanath corridor.The fourth road project in Ayodhya will be Bhraman Path, following Ram Path, Bhakti Path, and Ram Janmabhoomi Path. The project, for which $5 million has been released, has received approval from the state government for 24 crore.

The state administration claims that the project’s execution will be contracted out through an electronic procurement process. On September 1, 2023, the state administration published a notification for the project.

Ram Ki Paidi, Rajgath, and Ram Mandir are all on the Bhraman Path. Devotees will be able to use this section of the route to get directly to the Ram Mandir after having a plunge in the Saryu, according to Ayodhya mayor Girishpati Tripathi. Devotees can currently access Ram Mandir through the Ram Path, Bhakti Path, and Janmabhoomi Path. The Bhraman Path, a new route, will now make it easier for pilgrims to get to the Ram temple.

The project’s design is now being finalized by architects, and it will soon be completed. The precise length of the route won’t be known until then.In Ayodhya, work is also being done to widen Panch Kosi and 14-Kosi Parikrama Marg to help pilgrims move more easily. The first stretch encircles the center of Ayodhya, while the second encircles the outside ring of the temple town.

On July 30 of this year, the 850-meter-long Janmabhoomi Path in Ayodhya opened to worshipers. From Birla Mandir, this section continues until Ram Janmabhoomi. The three road projects in Ayodhya were funded with $1 billion by the Yogi government this year.

Lotus fountain initiative

The lotus fountain will be an addition to the temple town’s ongoing construction in Ayodhya. On a 20 acre plot of ground between Naya and Guptar ghat near the Saryu river, the fountain will be built. Nitish Kumar, the district magistrate for Ayodhya, claims that the fountain was created by the German company Oase. The project will soon request bids for its execution.

Source- Hindustan times
Link- https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/lucknow-news/bhraman-path-to-connect-saryu-with-ram-temple-in-ayodhya-101695924154621.html


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