Ayodhya : Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh has been trying to make Lord Shri Ram’s city Ayodhya a world-class religious tourism center. In the coming time, devotees will not only get the chance to visit the temple of Lord Shri Ram and Jagat Janani Mata Sita as well as many such centers where mythological information related to King Ram will also be found. With this view, the UP government has decided to establish an international-level Ramayan Museum and cultural center between Ayodhya-Lucknow.
For hundreds of years, neglected Ayodhya, the Yogi government is ready to give an international look. Here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of Lord Shri Ram’s temple, and now a plan has also been prepared for construction of many modern facilities centers connected to it. Work is also on to set up an international-level Ramayana Museum and cultural center here. Religious, historical and cultural facts related to Lord Shri Ram, Mata Janaki and their three brothers will also be preserved. Rare literature related to Ram Rajya of Treta Yuga will also be available .
The tourists will also see Ramayana, composed in various languages, while arrangements will be made to present Ramcharit Manas through puppets of Russia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and other countries including India.
With this, it is possible to display the character of Lord Shri Ram in their language for the tourists coming from those countries. It will be easy to explain the concept of Ramrajya and Indian culture in their own languages for foreign tourists . This will attract more and more foreign tourists to Ayodhya.
The cultural center will also operate a kitchen with dishes from places related to Bhagwan Shri Ram, including Madhubani, Awadh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. With this, tourists coming here will get an opportunity to enjoy these Indian cuisines and Indian food will be promoted.
It is noteworthy that Lord Shri Ram had visited most of the states of India during his 14 years of exile during his lifetime, which is also found in the Ramayana composed by Saint Tulsi Das, Ramcharit Manas and Maharishi Balmiki. Madhubani occupies a very important place in his life especially because Mata Janaki was born in Sitamarhi related to the same area and Lord Ram was married in Janakpur (now in Nepal).