CM announces development of Ram-linked sites as tourist attractions

Bhopal: Chief Minister Mohan Yadav of Madhya Pradesh declared that the recent historic consecration of the Ram Lalla idol at the newly-built temple in Ayodhya has prompted plans to develop sites associated with Lord Ram in the state as prominent tourist destinations.

Yadav emphasized the significance of the mega idol consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, heralding what he referred to as the arrival of ‘Ram Rajya’—an ancient concept symbolizing a society characterized by harmony and devoid of discrimination.

“The consecration ceremony of the Ram temple idol was a historic event. The places where Lord Rama set foot in Madhya Pradesh will now be transformed into tourist spots,” he announced from his illuminated official residence, adorned with 11,101 ‘diyas’ (lamps) and imbued with religious fervor to commemorate the Ram temple inauguration.

Yadav expressed appreciation for the effective governance under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, attributing the establishment of ‘Ram Rajya’ in practical terms. “Nearly 142 crore people stood by the government, demonstrating an exemplary display of communal harmony,” he added.

On the occasion of the Ram Lalla idol consecration in Ayodhya, Yadav extended his congratulations to the citizens of the country. At his decorated house, he offered prayers to Lord Ram, ignited sparklers, and chanted “Jai Shri Ram.”

Earlier in the day, the CM virtually witnessed the consecration ceremony from the Ram Raja Temple in Orchha town, accompanied by former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Both leaders offered prayers at the temple in Orchha, often referred to as Chhoti Ayodhya.

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