Government will make pilgrimages on both sides by Ram Van Gaman Marg. decorate

Ram Van Gaman Path
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The pilgrimages along the Van Gaman Marg are rejuvenated. The ashrams, monasteries, temples and pilgrimages that are connected to the 102 km long Ram Van Gaman Marg from Ayodhya to Chitrakoot will be equipped with basic facilities. So that wherever Lord Rama stayed during the forest movement, along with the development of these pilgrimages, tourists could be drawn there. Proposals have been asked for this. The tourism department has started work on the plan to beautify the pilgrimages related to Ram Van Gaman Marg.

Following the example of Ayodhya, pilgrimages are marked in Prayraj by Ram Van Gaman Marg in order to advertise the Sanatan Dharmars of the country and the world for spiritual tourism. The pilgrimage sites of the cities along its banks are adorned on the path that Lord Rama took on a 14-year exile journey with his brother Lakshmana and mother Sita. From the border from Ayodhya to Prayagraj via Shringverpur, more than two dozen pilgrimage sites are opened up. Apart from the Ramcharit Manas of Sant Tulsi Das, in other scriptures the steps of Lord Rama during the forest movement are marked. Lord Shri Ram stayed at the Shringi Sage Ashram in Shringverpur during his exile.
It is believed that in order to have a son in this ashram, King Dasharatha performed Putreshthi Yagya under the guidance of Shringi Rishi. Lord Rama, Lakshmana and Sita are also mentioned in the temples at Shringverpur and Kurai after Ramchaura, the first station of the forest movement. Thereafter, Lord Ram reached the ashram of Bharadwaj Muni in Prayagraj and then Sangam before Kurai. In such a situation, apart from Bharadwaj Ashram in Prayagraj, Durvasa Ashram, Valmiki Ashram, Parashar Ashram are decorated from the point of view of religious tourism. Proposals for this have been obtained from the government.Suggestions were sought to embellish the pilgrimages and parikramas of Ram Van Gaman Marg. There are plans to develop such shrines to promote religious tourism and pilgrimage. Aparajita Singh, Regional Tourism Officer.

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The pilgrimages along the Van Gaman Marg are rejuvenated. The ashrams, monasteries, temples and pilgrimages that are connected to the 102 km long Ram Van Gaman Marg from Ayodhya to Chitrakoot will be equipped with basic facilities. So that wherever Lord Rama stayed during the forest movement, along with the development of these pilgrimages, tourists could be drawn there. Proposals have been asked for this. The tourism department has started work on the plan to beautify the pilgrimages related to Ram Van Gaman Marg.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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