Navya Ayodhya Will Probably Be an Eco-friendly Vedic City

Navya Ayodhya Will Probably Be an Eco-friendly Vedic City

By welcoming Navya Ayodhya or the new Ayodhya, the birth place of lord Rama is all set for a new introduction and transformation. From developed new railways station to International airports to wide highways, Ayodhya is ready to be India’s one of the best tourist destinations with proper amenities which make your trip a memorable one.

Currently, the major thing happening in Ayodya to ease the tourists is the construction of Ram Mandir, which is the birthplace of Lord Rama. The further growth of the sacred Ayodya city is called ‘Navya Ayodhya’, which means New Ayodya. Plans for the city include the development of 1500 acres of the township as a Vastu-friendly Vedic City and guest houses of approximately 24 Indian states along with the guest houses for five countries will be featured.


Conservative estimation says that more than 6.8 crore people will travel to Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh by 2030. Though the main focus of the city remains Ram Mandir, which is under completion now.

The Uttar Pradesh government has asked all the officials to finish all the projects by 2023 because this is the time when the temple will open for devotees. To make Ayodhya a global city, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, is doing everything possible.


The Chief Minister has also spoken about making Ayodhya an eco-friendly city. And for that, the entrance points of the city will have electronic vehicles making it convenient for devotees to reach the temple. And the facility of multi-level parking areas will be provided.

There is also a plan to construct a 200-ft-high statue of Lord Rama on the banks of the Saryu river. Moreover, there are plans to create a digital museum based on lord Ram to boost tourism and attract a large number of tourists.

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