Ayodhya in New Look: Ramnagari Ayodhya, with the construction of the grand Ram temple, has started to appear on the tourism map of the whole world. There is development going on everywhere and with a lot of changes now there is an attempt to give it a new look. According to the plan of the Yogi Adityanath government, very soon Ayodhya will be seen in a new color form. New colors on the buildings of Ayodhya will entice you. The color of all types of residential, archaeological, commercial buildings has been fixed. After widening and strengthening, you will have to give a new look to your buildings on the basis of these new colours. The special thing is that the color of the temples of these routes will be saffron.
Along with the widening and strengthening of Bhakti Path, Rampath and Aastha Path as well as other roads connecting Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in the master plan, work on the Common Building Code has also started. The CM has also approved this master plan of Ayodhya Development Authority. It will be published in a few days. Along with this, a team of architects prepared by the authority has worked day and night to prepare the face of the buildings on these routes. After the publication of the master plan, the main design will be made on its basis. The main design of the buildings is fixed in the master plan, as well as in which color their windows, railings, doors etc. will be painted.
Color will rise on these routes
Rampath, Bhakti Path, 14-15 Kosi Marg, Mahobra to Tedhi Bazar Marg and all the routes of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi pilgrimage area.
City planner Gorky of the Ayodhya Development Authority said that on the instructions of the government, the work of beautifying the roads for the devotees coming to visit Ramlala enshrined in Ayodhya is going on. Different colors have been fixed for commercial, religious and archaeological buildings.
Janmabhoomi pilgrimage area will be handled by Ramkatha Museum
The Governor has given conditional permission to the proposal to hand over the management and maintenance of the International Ramkatha Museum located on the banks of the Saryu to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra. After the Governor’s order, the MoU between the Culture Department and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra is yet to be signed. From the date of this MoU, the pilgrimage area will get the right of management. At present, the date has not been announced for the proceedings going on inside.
On the other hand, a copy of the letter sent by the Principal Secretary Culture Mukesh Meshram to the Director, Culture Department has also been sent to the Chairman, Tirth Kshetra. In this letter, information was given about the conditions set by the Governor, in which it was told that the ownership of the museum and art gallery belongs to the Department of Culture and its management, maintenance and allotment is with the department. With the memorandum of understanding, this responsibility will be given to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra for 15 years. This period will be extended again. It was also told that both Director State Museum and Director Ayodhya Research Institute will remain as members of the management committee.
The transfer also includes the museum, auditorium, office rooms and library.
According to the letter of the Principal Secretary, auditorium, office room and library are also being transferred to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi pilgrimage area along with the museum. Apart from its upkeep and maintenance, all kinds of payments including electricity bills will be done by the pilgrimage area. It was said that the department will have the right to use the auditorium of the museum free of cost as per the requirement. Also, the pilgrimage area will not make any change in the nomenclature of the museum without the consent of the culture department. According to the letter, without the permission of the government, the pilgrimage area will not give any change, addition and change in land use on lease to any third person.
Employees will be accommodated in another museum
In the letter sent by the government, it has been clarified that the employees working in the Ramkatha Museum will be accommodated in another museum. At the same time, the artefacts displayed in the Ramkatha Museum and Art Galleries, the antiquities which are registered in the Accession Register, are also being transferred to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra. The Department of Culture will not be responsible for its maintenance. The responsibility of safeguarding the artefacts and antiquities will rest on the pilgrimage area itself. Let us inform that on behalf of Nripendra Mishra, ex-officio member of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra and chairman of the temple construction committee, a demand was made to transfer the museum.