Ahead of the much-anticipated consecration ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, the Rajasthan Government, led by Bhajan Lal Sharma, unveiled a series of initiatives aimed at benefiting the public.
To facilitate the pilgrimage to Ayodhya, a state roadways bus service will be inaugurated, connecting seven divisions within Rajasthan. This move is intended to provide devotees with convenient transportation to the sacred site.
In a bid to support senior citizens on their spiritual journey, the government introduced the Senior Citizens Pilgrimage Scheme. As part of this scheme, 3,000 pilgrims will have the opportunity to travel to Ayodhya and visit the Ram Temple by March 31 of the current year.
Additionally, a new rail service connecting the state to Ayodhya is set to commence, enhancing the accessibility for pilgrims and travelers alike. These announcements were strategically made by the Rajasthan Government ahead of the 'Prana Pratishtha' ceremony in Ayodhya, held late on Sunday night.
Not limiting its efforts to religious endeavors, the state government also declared the establishment of six 'Shri Ram-Janaki Industrial Areas.' These areas are slated for development across five industrial zones within the state, signaling a commitment to fostering economic growth and industrial activities inspired by the cultural significance of Ram and Janaki. These initiatives showcase the government's dedication to both religious and economic welfare, aiming to create a harmonious balance for the people of Rajasthan.
(With Agency Inputs)