Amidst construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, Chhattisgarh government is going to announce the grand temple of Mata Kaushalya
On the one hand, preparations for Bhoomi Pujan are in full swing for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, then Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has announced that a grand temple of Kausalya, mother of Lord Rama will be built near Raipur. Baghel said that if the mythical temple of Mata Kaushalya is preserved, the complex will be beautified. He has also said that proper arrangements will be made for the pilgrims coming here.
It is worth noting that the Government of Chhattisgarh is developing important places of Ram Van Gaman Path as a tourist destination and is considering building a temple at Chandkuri, the birthplace of Mata Kaushalya. The Chief Minister claimed that Chhattisgarh is a goddess of Lord Ram, where he spent a lot of time during exile as well.
CM said, “The state government is developing Ram Van Gaman Marg as a tourist destination so that it can be made famous nationally and internationally.” Baghel also said that the construction of the temple at Chandkuri started in August. Will happen. Sharing the photos on Twitter, CM said that blue print has been prepared for this.
He has asked the officials to construct a bridge over the pond and Dharamshala and toilets etc. with all facilities. Ram is developing 9 places associated with Van Goman. It is believed that Lord Rama used these paths to go to South India.
These places include Sitamarhi-Harchauka (Korea), Ramgarh (Ambikapur), Shivrinarayan (Janjgir-Champa), Turturiya (Balodabazar), Chandkhuri (Raipur), Rajim (Gariband), Sihawa-Saptarishi Ashram (Dhamtari), Jagdalpur (Bastar), Ramaram (Sukma) is included. The tourism department has planned to develop these nine places for Rs 137.45 crore.