Will Ram give jobs? Yes Ayodhya Economy is booming since Temple construction

The economic face of Ayodhya City is shining in a new form as a result of the construction of the Shri Ram Temple, a symbol of Indian cultural and religious importance. This iconic project, intricately connected to religious sentiments, is simultaneously driving swift economic advancement, representing a pivotal moment in Ayodhya’s path toward prosperity and development.

The construction of Ram temple has brought about a change in the economy of Ayodhya. The city was earlier known for coaching centers, but now land prices have increased tenfold and tourism has gone from Rs 2.25 lakh to Rs 2.25 crore within a year. Uttar Pradesh Tourism Department estimates that after the construction of Ram Temple, about two lakh pilgrims will come to visit Ram Temple every day, whereas, during festivals and festivals, this figure can reach up to five lakh.

On 22 January, Ayodhya is again reflecting its cultural and spiritual glory. This reflection of Ayodhya is not only important for this city, but the Yogi government of the state and the Modi government at the Center also has high expectations from Ayodhya. In the view of both governments, a tourism revolution is possible in India through the soft power of Ayodhya.

Along with the construction of the temple, steps have also been taken towards making the entire area pollution-free and a green environment. The environment here is also being protected by reusing the materials used for construction and using new and safe technologies.

The establishment of the Shri Ram Temple holds significance not only in the realm of faith but also marks a stride toward the advancement and prosperity of Ayodhya. This endeavor is not just a source of employment but is also instrumental in fostering local businesses and actively contributing to environmental conservation. This illustrates that the development of religious and cultural sites plays a pivotal role in cultivating a flourishing and prosperous society.

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